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South Carolina Divers

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Julia C. Vincent

Julia C. Vincent is South African Olympic diver who made her Olympic diving day view at the Rio Olympics in 2016. Julia qualified for the Rio Olympics by winning in 3-meter at South African Olympic Trials with a score of 298.00 to clinch a berth in the Rio Olympics, with an Olympic qualifying score (259.80) at the FINA Diving World Cup in Rio.

A very accomplished diver, Julia was recruited to and dove at the NCAA level for the University of South Carolina Gamecocks.

During her formative years, Julia wanted to be a gymnast, but found her way to the pool instead and fell in love with the sport of diving. "I wanted to be a gymnast when I was younger. Diving is pretty much gymnastics in the water, I guess, because you do flips and stuff. So that’s what I wanted to do, just try it out.”

Julia capped off her brilliant college career with a second-place finish on the 1-meter board (333.50) at the NCAA Championships and a third-place finish on the 3-meter board (361.75) to earn first-team All-American honors In addition, Julia won both the 1-meter and 3-meter at the NCAA Zone B Championships to qualify for the NCAA Championships; finished second at the SEC Championships in the 3m (372.45) and fifth in the 1m (317.50) Julia was named SEC Female Diver of the Week on Oct. 24 and again on Jan. 30 2018

Some of Julia’s Accomplishment include:

• 2018 NCAA All-American -- 1-meter dive

• 2018 NCAA All-American -- 3-meter dive

• 2018 CSCAA Scholar All-American

• 2018 Second Team All-SEC

• 2018 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

• 2017 First Team All-SEC

• 2017 CSCAA Scholar All-American

• 2017 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

• 2016 NCAA All-American - 1-meter

• 2016 CSCAA Scholar All-American

• 2016 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

• 2016 Rio Olympics Qualifier

• 2015 CSCAA Scholar All-American

• 2015 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

• SEC Female Diver of the Week (8X)


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