Welcome to Ringwood Diving Club

RDC diver Grant Nel

Welcome to the website for Ringwood Diving Club. This website is for anyone who has an interest in the Ringwood Diving Club and Diving in Melbourne.  Ringwood diving club provides diving classes to anyone who wants to learn how to do flips and turns of diving boards and trampolines.  Ringwood Diving Club caters for all ages and abilities.

Diving is an Olympic Sport that develops coordination, strength, flexibilty and mental strength. We encourage participation with people with disabilities to participate in our classes where possible.

Do you want to do Springboard and Platform Diving?

Come and join us with:

Anabelle Smith - RDC Life Member

A 2012 London Olympian who started diving at the age of 11 at Ringwood Diving Club. An all round sporty kid, Anabelle fell into diving and quickly climbed the ranks of the Junior Circuit.

Her breakthrough was winning two bronze medals at the 2008 World Junior championships in Germany. Since, she has represented Australia at 2 Commonwealth Games (winning two bronze medals), 3 World Cups (bronze) and 2 world championships. She has been on Diving Australia's National Squad for over 6 years and aims to make the Olympic squad for Rio 2016.

James Connor - RDC Life Member

At 17, James Connor was the youngest male in the Australian diving team at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Connor contested the 10m platform after finishing second to Matthew Mitcham at the Australian nomination trials. In London, Connor finished 20th in the preliminary round and narrowly missed a berth in the semi-final.

In 2010 Connor was the youngest Australian male ever to compete in the 10m Platform at a Commonwealth Games when he finished ninth as a 15-year-old. James hopes to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Jaele Patrick - RDC Life Member

Jaele Patrick made her Olympic debut at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Competing in the 3m springboard event, Patrick was the final athlete to qualify for the semi-final after finishing 18th in the preliminaries. In the semi-final, Patrick repeated her tightrope act and qualified 11th out of the 12 athletes to make the final. She went on to finish 11th in the final with compatriot Sharleen Stratton fifth and China’s Minxia Wu claiming gold.

The dual 2010 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist took up a sports scholarship at Texas A&M University and beat the best divers in the US College system to win the NCAA Championship before earning her spot to compete at the London Games.

Grant Nel - RDC Life Member

Grant Nel is a bronze medallist for Australia at the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games and hopes to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games.

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