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Londoner brings home a bronze medal from Pan Am Jr. Championships



It has been an exciting week in Matanzas, Cuba where the 2015 Junior Pan American games took place. Twenty-four young and talented divers across Canada competed against multiple nations during this four day event. Team Canada wraps up the competition today by following in the footsteps of their Senior Diving team from the summer Pan Am games, bringing home a total of 27 medals. Forest City Diving Club’s Joshua Inglis of London, ON competed among the top elite B level divers. He held up his own by placing 9th on 1m with a score of 344.00 and ending off his last day of competition on 3m with a third place finish with a score of 435.15. An amazing achievement for all the athletes. Congratulations to Joshua and Team Canada! For more result information, visit

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Team Building, Take #1

Forest City Divers make the most of a cancelled pool practice.  Divers along with their coach, joined together in a team building excursion of apple picking at the Dwarf Apple orchard in Byron, Ontario.  Then headed off to Fleetway for some bowling fun.  Diving is an intense physical and mental sport which demands focus and attention during rigorous training sessions.  These team building excursions are one way to relieve stress and to build strong support network among their peers away from the pool setting.

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FCDC Wishes Joshua Inglis Good Luck at Junior PanAms

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FCDC diver representing Canada at the 2015 Junior Pan American Games

Canada’s next generation of young divers have arrived in Matanzas, Cuba to represent their country at the 2015 UANA Pan American Junior Championships. The competition is to take place from October 8-11. The junior-aged divers have been selected based on their qualifications at their recent 2015 Speedo Junior National Championships.    Approximately 120 divers from 10+ countries are expected to attend this international event which is held every two years.  With the success of the Canadian Diving Team at the recent Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, these young divers are ready to show what they are made of.  Forest City Diving Club’s Joshua Inglis from London, ON, who placed 2nd on 1m and 3m with qualifying scores is one of 24 divers in Cuba.  Joshua is familiar with competing at this elite level.  He attended the 2013 Junior Pan American Games in Tucson, Arizona.  Congratulations Joshua on your achievements and Good luck in Cuba!  To follow the progress, a detailed schedule and daily recaps will be available at

pictured here with fellow team mate former FCDC diver Kathryn Grant who now dives with Ottawa National Diving Club.

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