We are based out of Winnipeg’s world-class facility, the Pan Am Pool (25 Poseidon Bay), which has played host to many National and International events over the years. Our dryland training area includes a trampoline and dry board, and we use 1 & 3-metre springboards, 3, 5, 7.5 and 10-metre platforms, a bubble machine and audiovisual equipment in training.
Winnipeg’s premiere diving club began 50 years ago and has produced many Champions and 1996 Olympian Mike Mourant. Kristin Davies was the 2009 NCAA Champion on Women’s 10m. Kevin Geyson was the 2011 Canadian National Champion on 10-metre platform and a medalist at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and the 2011 Pan Am Games. Aimee Harrison represented Canada at three international Grand Prix in 2013. Cam McLean, who was a junior national champion from 2002 to 2008 still holds the Canadian record for Boys 16-18 on 3-metre springboard, was senior national champion and won a bronze medal a the FISU World University Games in 2015.
We have top-level coaches. Dallas Ludwick is a Canadian Senior National Team Coach and was Canada’s Age Group Coach of the Year in 2004. Juan Campuzano, was a Sr and Jr National Team Coach in Colombia, until joining our staff in 2016.
Revolution Diving offers diving programs for all ages and abilities. We provide long-term athlete development, and all programs incorporate the disciplined aspects of the sport into an enjoyable atmosphere. Our instructors are NCCP certified and are present or former competitive divers.
Our club offers the opportunity to learn to dive, and exceptional divers are invited to competitive programs. Young athletes develop at their own pace, and while we are committed to high performance diving, the club is most concerned that diving is safe, exciting and most of all FUN!