July 7, 2011
UCLA's very own Spieker Aquatics Center will play host to the 2011 AT&T USA Diving National Championships August 9th-14th. Competition will be held in the men's and women's 1-meter springboard, 3-meter springboard, 10-meter platform, synchronized 3-meter springboard and synchronized 10-meter platform. The event will also serve as the Pan American Games Trials for diving.
Approximately 125 of the nation's best divers are coming to UCLA from August 9 - 14 to compete for 10 national titles at the AT&T National Diving Championships. Don't miss this opportunity to see members of the 2008 Olympic Team as they continue their quest for London 2012.
Olympians expected to compete include David Boudia (Noblesville, IN), Chris Colwill (Brandon, FL), Troy Dumais (Austin, TX), Kelci Bryant (Chatham, IL), Christina Loukas (Riverwoods, IL), Mary Beth Dunnichay (Elwood, IN) and Thomas Finchum (Indianapolis, IN). Other divers with California ties expected to compete include Kristian Ipsen (Clayton, CA), Allison Brennan (Huntington Beach, CA), Cassidy Krug (Stanford), Tori Ishimatsu (Seal Beach, CA), UCLA's own Laura Winn, Annika Lenz (Altadena, CA) and Dashiell Enos (Studio City, CA).
TICKETS: Call (310) UCLA-WIN or visit tickets.ucla.edu.
Tickets for the AT&T National Diving Championships will be available for sale online at tickets.ucla.edu and on site at the UCLA Spieker Aquatics Center by calling (310) UCLA-WIN. There is limited seating available, so don't wait to order your tickets! The ticket prices are as follows:
August 9-12 (Tue.-Fri.)
August 13-14 (Sat.-Sun.- Finals)
All-Session Passes (Tue.-Sun.)
LIVE TELEVISION COVERAGE: NBC Sports and Universal Sports, August 13-14
The AT&T National Diving Championships will be broadcast on NBC Sports and Universal Sports. The broadcast coverage begins with one hour of live coverage of the women's platform final on NBC at 11 a.m. PDT on Saturday, August 13, followed by an additional two hours of live coverage on the men's 3-meter final and women's synchronized 3-meter final on Universal Sports from 12:30-2:30 p.m. PDT.
The coverage on Sunday, August 14 will feature the men's platform final on NBC from 12-1 p.m. PDT, followed by Universal Sports coverage of the women's 3-meter and men's synchronized 3-meter final from 1:30-3:30 p.m. PDT.
Tuesday, August 9
Wednesday, August 10
Thursday, August 11
Friday, August 12
Saturday, August 13
Sunday, August 14