Oak Park High School graduate Aimee Harrison started diving at 16, on a recommendation from an old gymnastics teammate. Now 22, Aimee competes at an NCAA level, competing in 1m and 3m events.
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Aimee now lives in Honolulu, where she is attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Since going to the school on a diving scholarship in 2012, Aimee has been training competitively while pursuing a B.A. in psychology.
Her most memorable moment in her sporting career thus far was placing third at Canadian Summer Nationals in 2013, the same year she was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation’s diver of the year the first time. Her goal is to qualify for the Olympics, but attending the Games isn’t her be-all-end-all goal.
Aimee’s ultimate goal in sport:
“To get to a place where I can be happy with how I’ve represented my club, my family, my coach, my country, but most importantly, I want to get to a place where I have made myself proud.”
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Winnipeg to Host Polar Bear Classic Diving Championship
Tuesday, January, 24th, 2017
MYTOBA.CA (Jan 24) Manitoba Diving Association in partnership with Revolution Diving, Sport Manitoba and Hampton Inn by Hilton Winnipeg Airport – Polo Park is proud to host the 2017 Polar Bear Classic in honour of Vaughan Baird.
Diver of the Year taking plunge in Hawaii
Thursday, March, 6th, 2014
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS (March 6) Aimee Harrison has been named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation’s 2014 diver of the year — for the second season in a row.