Name: Andrew Capobianco
Sport: Diving
Height: 5' 7"
DOB: 10/13/1999
Birthplace: Mineola, N.Y.
Hometown: Holly Springs, N.C.
High School: Holly Springs (2017)
College: Indiana University
Coach(es): Drew Johansen
Olympic Experience
  • 2020: Silver, synchronized 3-meter; 10th, 3-meter
World Championship Experience
  • 2019: 8th (synchronized 3-meter), Bronze (mixed team event)
  • 2017: 10th (mixed synchronized 10-meter)
Other Career Highlights
  • Four-time senior national champion (three individual 3-meter titles, one synchronized 3-meter title)
  • 2019 Pan American Games team member (bronze, 1-meter and synchronized 3-meter)
  • 2018 World Cup team member
  • 2014 and 2016 Junior World Championships team member
  • 2015 Junior Pan American Championships team member
  • Five-time junior national champion (1-meter: 2014; 3-meter: 2015; Platform: 2014, 2015, 2016)
Personal: Andrew is the son of Michael and Darlene Capobianco...He has two siblings, Matt (his twin) and Christian...He started diving in 2011 and now trains four hours a day six days a week...He says the hardest part about training is staying focused at practice...As a seventh grader in 2011, Andrew broke a 22-year-old Nassau County (N.Y.) high school diving record...His favorite dive is 5237D on 10-meter, and his favorite diver is Russia's Dmitri Sautin...A former gymnast, Andrew won the level 8 Junior Olympic national title on floor exercise for his age group in 2013...He likes to eat french toast, eggs and bacon for breakfast on competition days...When he is not diving, Andrew enjoys gymnastics, skiing, and trampolining...He has been involved in the Nassau County Pal Special Needs Unit, assisting children with disabilities in sports activities...He is also involved in Lunch Buddies, a program that helps special needs children socialize during lunch