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Diving Canada – Competition will run from August 22 to 24 in Santiago, Chile

Ottawa, August 21, 2019 – Canada’s most talented junior divers, aged between 11 and 18-year-old, are set to compete at the 2019 UANA Pan American Junior Diving Championships.
Over 100 divers from Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the United States, Peru and Venezuela will be competing in 26 events. The championships are held every other year and feature competition on 1-metre, 3-metre and platform for boys and girls in four age groups: 11-and-under (D), 12-13 (C), 14-15 (B) and 16-18 (A). The last edition of the event was held in Victoria, British-Columbia.

The Canadian team in Santiago is made up of the top up and coming junior divers in the country. In order to qualify, they had to place in the top-two and meet a difficult point standard in their respective events at the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships this summer.

The 20-member team consists of:


Margo Erlam 17, A Saskatoon, SK 1m, 3m
Mélodie Leclerc 16, A Montreal, QC 1m, 3m, 3m synchro
Thomas Ciprick 16, A Baie d’Urfe, QC 1m, 3m
Cédric Fofana 15, A Quebec City, QC 3m
Joshua Inglis 18, A London, ON 3m synchro
Victor Povzner 17, A Vaughan, ON 1m, 3m synchro
Tatiana Conn 14, B Markham, ON 3m, platform, platform synchro
Katelyn Fung 15, B London, ON 1m, 3m, platform, platform synchro
Marie-Laurence Forest 14, B Quebec City, QC 1m, 3m synchro
Matt Cullen 13, B Rosemère, QC 3m, platform, platform synchro
Benjamin Tessier 14, B Blainville, QC 1m, 3m, platform, platform synchro
Jordane Legault 12, C Saint-Eustache, QC 1m, 3m, platform
Megan Lupa 13, C Beamsville, ON 1m, 3m
Renee Batalla 12, C Victoria, BC Platform
Loic Tremblay 13, C Quebec City, QC 1m, 3m, platform
Isa Koop 11, D Edmonton, AB 1m, 3m, platform
Sara Lupa 11, D Beamsville, ON 3m
Lila Stewart 11, D Regina, SK 1m, platform
Dean Calfacacos 11, D Pointe-Claire, QC 1m, 3m, platform
Arnaud Corbeil 11, D Terrebonne, QC 1m, 3m, platform


Devon Butters (Montreal, QC), Gilles Emptoz-Lacote (Toronto, ON), Tatyana Siroch (Mississauga, ON), Mary Lou Dupuis (Laval, QC) and Olivier Duchesneau (Quebec City, QC) will be coaching the team in Santiago.
The detailed event schedule, list of competitors and results are available online.

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. Representing nine provincial diving associations, 67 local diving clubs and close to 4,000 high-performance athletes, 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

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Maelle Dancause
Manager, Communications
Diving Plongeon Canada
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