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2012 LONDON OLYMPICS: Riley McCormick Athlete Profile
Resumes Junior year at Arizona State
Did not compete for Arizona State
Grey shirted to focus on training for the Canadian National Diving Team
Competed in his second-consecutive Olympic Games for Canada on the 10-meter platform
Qualified for the Olympic finals on the 10-meter platform finishing 11th overall in London, improving on his 16th-place finish in Beijing
2010-11 (Sophomore Season)
Earned All-American honors for second consecutive season.
Named Pac-10 Diver of the Year for the second-consecutive season
Back-to-back Pac-10 Men's Platform Champion (440.70)
Finished in first place in the 1-meter (762.50) and 3-meter springboard events (826.10) and second on the platform (792.25) at the 2011 Zone E Championships
Won both the men's 1-meter and 3-meter springboard events in a dual meet at Arizona
2009-10 (Freshman Season)
Runner-Up on the 10-Meter Platform at the NCAA Championship
Earned All-American honors
Named Pac-10 Diver of the Year
Named Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year
Set a new ASU and Pac-10 record on the 10-meter platform of 476.80
Pac-10 Platform Champion (476.80)
Won 10-Meter Championship at Zone E ChampionshipsNational Success (Canada)
Competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games
Placed 11th in the 2012 London Olympic Games
Placed 16th in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
Won platform at the 2008 Canadian Olympic Trials. Ranked 8th Internationally in 10-Meter Platform
Member of Canada's National Team
Owns three Senior National gold medals, five Junior Pan Am gold medals, and 14 National Junior gold medals.
Placed ninth at the 2009 World Championships and 11th at the 2007 World Championships.
A 2009 graduate of Claremont Secondary School
Born August 25, 1991 in Victoria, BC, Canada.
Played baseball for 12 years
Enjoys playing soccer and golf.
Son of Rodd and Margaret McCormick.
Lists most exciting sports moment as winning the Olympic Trials