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United States
Age: 25
Date of Birth: Aug. 13, 1978
Hometown: Oxnard, Calif.
Current Residence: The Woodlands, Texas
Sport: Diving
Events: Men's synchronized springboard
Height: 5-7
Weight: 145
College: Texas
Coach: Ken Armstrong
Club: Centralized Training Center
Previous Olympics: None
World Championships: 2003 - 10th, platform; 5th, synchronized springboard; 7th, synchronized platform.
National Championships: 2003 Nationals - 2nd, platform; 1st, synchronized springboard; 3rd, synchronized platform. 2002 Nationals - 3rd, springboard; 1st, platform; 1st, synchronized springboard; 1st, synchronized platform. 2001 Indoors - 7th, springboard; 4th, platform; 2nd, synchronized springboard; 1st, synchronized platform. 2001 Outdoors - 1st, springboard; 1st, platform; 1st, synchronized springboard; 1st, synchronized platform. 2000 Indoors - 11th, platform; 2nd, synchronized platform. 2000 Outdoors - 1st, springboard; 5th, platform; 4th, synchronized springboard; 2nd, synchronized platform. 1999 Spring - 6th, springboard; 4th, platform; 11th, synchronized springboard; 1st, synchronized platform. 1999 Summer - 15th, springboard; 2nd, platform; 2nd, synchronized springboard; 2nd, synchronized platform. 1998 Nationals - 7th, springboard; 4th, platform; 1st, synchronized springboard. 1998 Summer - 5th, springboard; 21st, platform; 3rd, synchronized springboard; 1st, synchronized platform. 1997 Spring - 8th, springboard; 7th, platform. 1997 Nationals - 2nd, springboard; 5th, platform; 3rd, synchronized springboard. 1996 Indoors - 16th, springboard; 14th, platform. 1996 Outdoors - 10th, springboard; 11th, platform. 1995 Indoors - 33rd, springboard; 11th, platform. 1995 Outdoors - 19th, platform. 1994 Indoors - 31st, springboard; 33rd, platform. 1994 Outdoors - 16th, platform.
2004 Qualifying: Won synchronized springboard at U.S. Olympic trials.
Other career highlights: World University Games (1997, '99, '01); Goodwill Games (1999, '01); Pan American Games (2003); 2-time Pac-10 male diver of the year (1998, '99); NCAA first-team All-American and overall champion (2002).