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April 24, 1989
2008, 2012, 2016
David decided he was going to be an Olympian at age seven while watching the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Atlanta 1996. Though diving once petrified him, he began his diving career at age 11 in 2000 and made it to the world stage in 2008.
David’s biggest setback happened in February 2018, when he suffered a concussion off the 10-meter platform. But this setback would actually open the door to a new event. After having earned all of his hardware on the 10-meter platform, he switched to the 3-meter springboard on his journey to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. A more-experienced Olympian, David is working on training smarter rather than harder. He’s even developing a new apparatus to help him train. For David, setting goals for himself has allowed him to overcome life’s obstacles and accomplish what he set out to do.
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