Name: Quinn Henninger
Sport: Diving
DOB: 4/8/2003
Hometown: Denver, Colo.
High School: Regis Jesuit HS (2021)
College: Indiana University
Team/Club: Johansen Diving Academy
Coach(es): Drew Johansen
World Championship Experience
  • 2022 World Championships team member (15th, synchronized 3-meter; 8th, mixed synchronized 3-meter)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2021 Junior Pan American games gold medalist (3-meter)
  • 2019 Junior Pan American Championships: gold, synchronized platform; silver, platform; 8th, 3-meter
Personal: Son of Kelly and Monty Henninger...Has older identical twin brothers, Logan and Max...His grandfather Robert Collins competed on the U.S. Biathlon Team in the 1960 Winter Olympics...Started diving at age 6...Favorite dive is 6243D on 10-meter...Has increased his strengeth and conditioning and started using visualizaton before his dives in 2018...Outside of diving, Quinn enjoys spending time with his family and friends, listening to music and watching movies...Volunteers at St. Elizabeth's Soup Kitchen, serving meals to the homeless...He trains three hours a day, five to six days a week...Quinn also golfs, skis and surfs...He earned 2019 Academic First Honors and was named 2018 All-American diver...Between dives, Quinn listens to rock and rap music, while playing games on his phone...For the 2019 season, Quinn has added additional days of strength training and tower practice. He hopes to earn a spot at this year's nationals this season...Balancing his training schedule with school work is the hardest part about his training...His favorite pre-competition meal is pasta. Outside of competition he enjoys fish tacos...Quinn's favorite diver is David Boudia...He describes himself as dedicated, hard working and fun...His favorite t.v. show is Criminal Minds and his favorite movie is Talladega Nights