Welcome to American Flyers Diving

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First, I would like to congratulate all our high school divers on another amazing season! What an incredible 4 months! Thank you all - parents, coaches, siblings, and most importantly . . . DIVERS! Your efforts and attitudes have made this season so enjoyable for all the AFD coaches! We can't thank you all enough. You represented yourselves, AFD & your schools with great dignity & pride!

We had an incredible showing with 13 divers qualifying for the State Championship Meet!!!

Division I Girls - Click here for full results.
Abby - 10th - Featured in Hudson Hub Times
Madi - 14th - Featured in Twinsburg Bulletin
Olivia - 17th
Nikki - 19th

Division I Boys - Click here for full results.
Antony - 15th
Dalton - 18th
Adam - 19th

Division II Girls - Click here for full results.
Kami - 2nd - Featured in The News-Harold, Sports Insider, Cleveland.com, an exclusive Q&A article with her on Cleveland.com, and recently named Cleveland.com's Girls Diver of the Year for 2015
Brooke - 7th

Division II Boys - Click here for full results.
Peter - 5th- Featured on Cleveland.com, Sports Insider, and recently named Cleveland.com's Boys Diver of the Year for 2015
Isaac - 18th
Luke - 21st
Nolan - 23rd - Featured in Aurora Advocate


American Flyers Diving is a year-round age group springboard and platform diving club designed to teach and develop athletes from novice to the highest ELITE level. The American Flyers diving team has been an official team member of United States Diving since 1995.


Our ultimate goal is to teach kids how to dive, how to be competitive, and still have fun. We strive to make a positive experience out of learning something new. Diving is very much an individual effort and every person has a different mental and emotional way of learning. With positive motivation and safe skill development, diving can be a great way to achieve both physical and mental confidence. As a club, each individual learns to contribute to the success of the team, building a sense of camaraderie and accomplishment. These are all skills which we believe are useful in life as well.



The American Flyers Diving Club utilizes 3 physical training approaches. The first is the most obvious – diving boards and water. The second is visual training. This includes a digital video system to record and play back each dive on a delay so each athlete can see their last dive as they exit the water. The third, and one of the most important, is less obvious – dry land training. This includes a “dry board,” trampoline (both with overhead spotting rigs), and a workout area.

Dry land training is a key element in the progression of safe skill development for diving. This allows a diver to perform the skills at a basic level and master key body positions before progressing to more difficult skills. Correct form and increased repetition aids in a better foundation for muscle memory which are of great importance to any activity. The process of building muscle memory can be greatly sped up with dry land work. During dry land training, a diver will get through many more repetitions in much less time than they will in the water. This, in turn, maximizes practice time. Another great reward that this type of training can provide for divers is a heightened level of confidence in a shorter amount of time.



We are continuing to add new American Flyers Apparel to our online store. Go to the "shop" tab, then "buy gear" to outfit your family and friends in American Flyers Diving Team Gear!



The Ohio Dive League (ODL)

The Ohio Diving League (ODL) season is well underway. The next meet will take place on Sunday, May 17 at Akron University. Please check the ODL Website for the latest information.

All divers are welcome to participate, no matter what level of experience! The cost per meet is $30. If you are a Future Flyer, Pre-Travel, or Travel Team diver, you have prepaid for ALL ODL meets.

PLEASE NOTE: High school divers cannot participate in ODL meets while the high school season is taking place (you can still practice as normal).

USA Diving

The USA Diving season is well underway. A number of divers recently participated in the first ever Synchronized National Championship which took place in Greensboro, North Carolina from April 9-12. Individual divers also participated in the Region 5 Championship which took place at The Ohio State University from April 24-26. Many divers will be advancing to the Zonc C Championship scheduled for June 17-21 at Indiana University to compete for a chance to qualify for the National Championship in Orlando this August. Please check the USA Diving Website for more information.

You can view results from past meets on the DiveMeets Website.

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