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27 divers are named to the Canadian national diving team as the season begins at the 2022 Winter Senior National Championships in Saskatoon, from April 8th to 10th.
 

OTTAWA, April 5, 2022 – Diving Plongeon Canada is pleased to announce the 2022 Canadian national diving team. The team consists of 14 senior divers and 13 junior divers from across the country, who have been selected based on their performances during the 2021 season and 2022 evaluation camp.
While the junior team welcomes many new talents, the senior team is strongly represented by Olympic medallist Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu, two-time Olympian Pamela Ware and Tokyo 2020 Olympians Caeli McKay, Celina Toth, Cédric Fofana, Rylan Wiens and Nathan Zsombor-Murray. Their appointment to the National Team is effective until December 31st, 2022.
 Many national team members have traveled to Saskatoon to compete at the 2022  Winter Senior National Championships this week. The event, hosted at the Shaw Centre, will see 40 divers from twelve diving clubs compete in the 1-metre, 3-metre and 10-metre event from April 8th to 10th. Live results will be accessible through www.diving.ca and a web broadcast will be available through CBC Sports.
SENIOR NATIONAL TEAM

  • Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu, 26 | Saint-Constant (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • Elaena Dick, 23 | Edmonton (AB) | Toronto Diving Academy
  • *Margo Erlam, 19 | Calgary (AB) | Saskatoon Diving Club
  • *Katelyn Fung, 17 | Arva (ON) | Forest City Diving Club
  • Caeli McKay, 22 | Calgary (AB) | Pointe-Claire Diving Club
  • *Kate Miller, 17 | Greely (ON) | Nepean-Ottawa Diving Club
  • Celina Toth, 30 | Victoria (BC) | Boardworks Diving Club
  • *Pamela Ware, 29 | Montreal (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • *Thomas Ciprick, 19 | Baie d’Urfe (QC) | Pointe-Claire Diving Club
  • *Matt Cullen, 16 | Rosemere (QC) | Plongeon L’Envol
  • *Cédric Fofana, 18 | Montreal (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • *Laurent Gosselin-Paradis, 21 | Ile Bizard (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • *Rylan Wiens, 20 | Saskatoon (SK) | Saskatoon Diving Club
  • *Nathan Zsombor-Murray, 18 | Pointe-Claire (QC) | Pointe-Claire Diving Club

*Competing at this week’s Winter Senior National Championships.

ÉQUIPE NATIONALE JUNIOR

  • *Renee Batalla, 15 | Victoria (BC) | Boardworks Diving
  • *Julianne Boisvert, 16 | Mirabel (QC) | Plongeon L’Envol
  • Alexa Fung, 14 | Scarborough (ON) | Toronto Diving Academy
  • *Sonya Palkhivala, 17 | Pointe-Claire (QC) | Pointe-Claire Diving Club
  • Mathilde Laberge, 14 | Ville Mont-Royal (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • Christopher Booler, 16 | Beaconsfield (QC) | Pointe-Claire Diving Club
  • Arnaud Corbeil, 13 | Terrebonne (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • *Adam Cohen, 17 | Winnipeg (MB) | Revolution Diving
  • *Olivier Gauthier, 17 | Trois-Rivieres (QC) | CAMO Plongeon
  • *Luc Goertzen, 14 | Calgary (QC) | Dive Calgary
  • *Carson Paul, 17 | Victoria (BC) | Boardworks Diving
  • Emmitt Reesor, 15 | Waterloo (ON) | Toronto Diving Academy
  • *Benjamin Tessier, 17 | Blainville (QC) | CAMO Plongeon

*Competing at this week’s Winter Senior National Championships.

The championships will serve as a qualification for the FINA Diving Grand Prix, scheduled to take place in Calgary, Alberta, from June 9th to 12th, 2022. The event is also part of que qualification process for the 2022 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, from June 25th to July 7th, 2022.

Diving Canada and the Saskatoon Diving Club thank Sask Sport, Sask Lotteries, and the City of Saskatoon for their generous support towards these championships. Diving Canada also recognizes the ongoing support of its major funding partners: Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee and Own the Podium.

About Diving Plongeon Canada
Diving Plongeon Canada (DPC) was established in 1967 as a not-for-profit organization to promote the growth and awareness of the sport in this country. As a member of FINA, the world’s governing body of aquatic sports, DPC contributes to the development of globally accepted standards of excellence in diving and supports the rules and regulations of international competition. DPC shares a national commitment to advance the art and sport of diving and to position Canada as the number one diving nation of the world. For information, visit www.diving.ca.

For more information:

Maelle Dancause
Manager, Communications
Diving Plongeon Canada
514-475-4540 | maelle@diving.ca