Three Hoosiers have a strong chance of qualifying for Paris from the two synchronized events taking place Tuesday. 2020 Olympic medalists Jessica Parratto and Andrew Capobianco are competing in day two’s events.

  • Parratto and partner Delaney Schnell gave themselves a platform in the women’s synchronized 10-meter prelim, scoring 303.90 points — nearly 60 points better than the second-place pairing.
  • Capobianco and current IU collegiate diver Quinn Henninger are part of a tight battle in the men’s synchronized 3-meter event. The Hoosier duo sits second after the morning with a score of 403.95. Their total sits just 15 hundredths of a point behind Gregory Duncan and Tyler Downs but 6.54 ahead of Jack Ryan and Grayson Campbell.
  • Capobianco and Henninger are attempting the highest total degree of difficulty of the field, giving them the potential to earn a greater maximum score from their list.
  • Next session: Parratto, Henninger, and Capobiano will compete in their respective finals on Tuesday night with Olympic qualification on the line. The women’s 10-meter synchro final will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET, followed by the men’s 3-meter synchro at 9:15 p.m.


Women’s synchronized 10-meter

  • 1. Jessica Parratto (Schnell) – 303.90

Men’s synchronized 3-meter

  • 2. Quinn Henninger/Andrew Capobianco – 403.95