Diving National Championships 2018

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Diving National Championships 2018 Live

Diving National Championships 2018

NBC presents live coverage of the 2018 U.S. Diving National Championships from Dallas, Texas, this weekend, beginning Saturday, May 19, at 2 p.m. ET and continuing Sunday, May 20, at 1 p.m. ET.

Coverage will also be streamed live via authentication on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. The U.S. Diving National Championships are part of 2018 Team USA Summer CHAMPIONS Series Presented by Xfinity, which continues with the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships in June.

The 2018 CIF Swimming & Diving Championships continued today in Fresno, California at the Clovis West High School.

The Santa Margarita girls garnered a total of 266.5 points to handily win the state championship title. Monte Vista, the 2017 state champions, posted a total of 159 points for second, while third went to the girls of Saint Francis High School (118.5).

NBC presents coverage of the individual platform events, with the women’s field highlighted by rising star Tarrin Gilliland, who won three national titles in 2017, Rio Olympian and eight-time national champion Jessica Parrato, and two-time reigning NCAA champion Olivia Rosendahl.

Top contenders in the men’s field include 2017 NCAA champion and 2016 World Cup bronze medalist David Dinsmore and 2017synchronized platform national champion Brandon Loschiavo.

Miranda Heckman of Granada posted her first of two victories in the 200 free, stopping the clock at a time of 1:46.49. Ella Ristic of Santa Margarita finished close behind her with a 1:46.81, while Saint Francis’ Nicole Oliva turned in a 1:47.47 for third.

Zoie Hartman maintained her first-place seed and continued to be the only swimmer beneath the two-minute mark. Hartman turned in a 1:55.95 to improve upon her prelims time of 1:58.32.

Valley Christian’s Mai Mckenna posted a 2:00.00 for second, while Granite Bay’s Chloe Clark took third with a 2:00.12.