Olympic Trials 2012: U.S. Diving Team Taking Shape In Seattle

The 2012 Olympic trials for the United States diving team continued over the weekend in Seattle. After Sunday, the roster has some new additions for the men and women who will represent the U.S. in diving events in London during the Summer Games.

David Boudia and Nick McCrory earned a spot as the men's synchronized platform divers, then on Sunday both earned individual platform spots on the team. In the men's individual platform finals on Sunday, Boudia and McCrory finished in first and second place, respectively, according to Terry Wood of the Seattle Times.

In the women's 3-meter springboard finale, Cassidy Krug and Christina Loukas grabbed the top two spots in the competition and secured their slots on the team.

The men's synchro springboard team will be Troy Dumais and Kristian Ipsen. The individual men's springboard representatives are yet to be determined.

For lots more information regarding the 2012 Summer Games, please visit SB Nation's dedicated Olympics hub.

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