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Learn everything there is to know about hosting a diving event

 Diving is a youth and family-oriented sport that also serves the extreme sports market with visual appeal. As one of the nation’s most decorated with 138 Olympic medals, it is routinely one of the first sporting events to sell out at the Olympic Games and among the top four most-watched sports during the Summer Games.

Our member-driven organization is comprised of divers, coaches, parents and fans who share a love for the sport of diving and who exhibit fierce brand loyalty to the sponsors and partners who support our organization. USA Diving has over 355,000 followers across its four main social media platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok, with even more viewers tuning in for our live-streamed events.

Every Olympic Diver makes their way through our program, diving at the regional, zone and National Championships. Our events are the perfect opportunity for your city and local businesses to get national exposure and become a part of the USA Diving's Olympic story.

  • The nation’s top divers (including Olympians for senior national championships) competing for national titles in your city
  • Broadcast opportunities & national media exposure for promotion of your city
  • Economic impact, as families will travel from all areas of the country to your city, utilizing local hotels, restaurants, etc.
  • Encouraging youth sport in your community and growth for your local diving club program
  • Hosting the third most popular summer Olympic sport in your town

- 12 Region Championships* – Junior (April/May)
- 6 Zone Championships – Junior (June)
- USA Diving Championships – Junior and Senior
- USA Diving Winter National Championships - Senior

*Regional Events are currently scheduled by individual regions


The USA Diving Athlete Safety Procedures for Event Organizers outline the required Athlete Safety elements for USA Diving sanctioned events. This applies to National-level events that are run by the National Office Staff as well as local events run by USA Diving Member Clubs. Any event may be audited at any time by USA Diving and/or the U.S. Center for SafeSport.


If you are interested in hosting an event in the 2025-2028 cycle, please reach out to Olivia Rosendahl (

  • Spring Nationals (May 2025)
  • U.S. Open Championships (August 2025)
  • Spring Nationals (May 2025)
  • U.S. Open Championships (August 2026)
  • Spring Nationals (May 2027)
  • Junior Zone Championships (June 2027) - 6 locations
  • U.S. Open Championships (August 2027)
  • Winter National Championships (December 2027)
  • Spring Nationals (May 2028)
  • Junior Zone Championships (June 2028) - 6 locations
  • Junior National Championships (July-August 2028)
  • U.S. Open Championships (August 2028)
  • Winter National Championships (December 2028)

Facility Requirements 
  • Senior events, Junior Zones and World Aquatics events will require: Facility with two 1-meter and two 3-meter springboards, 5-, 7.5- and 10-meter platforms
  • Junior National Championship events will require: Facility with four 1-meter and four 3-meter springboards, 5-, 7.5- and 10-meter platforms