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Tallahassee to Host World Cup Synchro Trials

2 Apr, 2014


USA Diving has noted that Tallahassee, Florida, will host the World Cup Synchro Trials. The Trials will be contested at the Morcom Aquatic Center.

Tentatively, the schedule for the competition is as follows:

Event Schedule:
Wednesday, April 9 
- Practice
Thursday, April 10 - Practice

Friday, April 11
Women’s 3M Synchro Preliminary – 10:00 AM
Women’s 3M Synchro Final – 4:00 PM

Saturday, April 12
Men’s 3M Synchro Preliminary – 10:00 AM
Men’s 3M Synchro Final – 4:00 PM

Sunday, April 13
Women’s 10M Synchro Preliminary – 10:00 AM
Men’s 10M Synchro Preliminary – 11:30 AM

Women’s 10M Synchro Final – 3:00 PM
Men’s 10M Synchro Final – 4:15 PM

NOTE: Men’s and Women’s 10m Synchro competitions could be combined if number of entries is low. If that happens, men will compete first due to extra dive.

To participate in the Synchro Trials, teams must meet the minimum DD requirement:

EVENT

WOMEN

MEN

Synchronized 3-meter

11.5 (7.5 for optionals)

15.1 (11.1 for optionals)

Synchronized Platform

12.0 (8.0 for optionals)

15.2 (11.2 for optionals)

**Please note: the DD to participate in the Trials is different than the DD required to make the World Cup team. Synchro teams must meet the DD requirement established in the Selection Procedures to make the World Cup team.***

Registration and other information can be obtained at this link. http://www.usadiving.org/diving-events/2014-world-cup-synchro-trials/

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