Troy Dumais

(pronounced “due-MAY”)

Height: 5’ 6”
Birthdate: January 21, 1980
Birthplace: Ventura, Calif.
Hometown: Ventura, Calif.
Current Residence: Austin, Texas
Education: University of Texas
Degree: B.S. Exercise Science (2006)
Club: Longhorn Aquatics
Trains: Austin, Texas
Coach: Matt Scoggin
National Team: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Biography

Troy is the son of Marc and Kathleen Dumais. He has three brothers, Justin (born 8/13/78), Brice (born 4/23/81) and Dwight (born 6/23/86), as well as one sister, Leanne (born 7/2/84). All four of his siblings have also been divers. Justin was on the 2004 Olympic team and previously trained under coaches Van Austin, Tom Scotty and Jeff Shaffer. Troy’s father was a professional French Canadian hockey player and tennis player.

In addition to diving, Troy has played football, hockey, tennis, basketball and baseball. He enjoys music, cars, movies, playing games, working out and hanging out with friends, and he plans to become a physical therapist. Troy has been diving for 24 years, trains eight hours a day and has no favorite dives because he likes them all. He’s also a four-time Olympian.

Results

Additional Accomplishments

  • 2012 Olympic Team – Men’s Synchro. 3m Springboard – Bronze Medalist
    2012 Olympic Team – Men’s 3m Springboard – 5th Place
  • 35-time national champion
  • 2000, 2004, 2008 Olympic team member
  • 2010 World Cup silver medalist on synchronized 3-meter
  • 2009 World Championships silver medalist on 3-meter, synchronized 3-meter
  • 2006 World Cup silver and bronze medalist
  • 2005 World Championships bronze and silver medalist
  • Six-time Pan American Games medalist (gold and bronze in 2007; silver in 2011; two bronze in 2003; bronze in 1999)
  • Seven-time World Championships team member
  • 17-time U.S. national team member

Other Accomplishments

  • Named USA Diving’s Athlete of the Year in 2009, 2006 and 1997
  • 2006 Sullivan Award finalist
  • Recipient of the 2002 Men’s All-Around Award
  • 2002 NCAA Division I 1-meter and 3-meter champion, fifth on platform
  • 2001 Men’s All-Around Award at Indoor Nationals
  • 2001 NCAA 1-meter and 3-meter champion
  • 2000 NCAA 3-meter and 1-meter champion, platform silver medalist
  • 1999 NCAA 3-meter champion and silver medalist on 1-meter and platform
  • Currently holds the record for most junior titles with 19
  • In 1995, became the first U.S. junior diver to win two world junior titles since 1979 with gold medals on 1- and 3-meter
  • Four-time high school All-American and team MVP