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Kristian Ipsen, right, and Troy Dumais wave during an award ceremony after winning the men's in the 3-meter synchro springboard final at the U.S. Olympic diving trials on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Federal Way, Wash. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Ventura native Troy Dumais matched legendary diver Greg Louganis' feat of qualifying for four Olympics in diving Sunday when he and Kristian Ipsen won the 3-meter springboard synchro competition at the U.S. trials.
The duo finished with 1,296.21 points, putting Dumais in a position to add an Olympic medal to his already impressive list of accomplishments. Dumais also qualified in the 3-meter individual springboard with a second-place finish at Sunday's trials.
Dumais has earned medals in the World Championships, Pan American Games, World Cups and national meets -- but has yet to win an Olympic medal in three attempts.
In 2000, the 32-year-old Dumais delivered his best performance at the Olympics. He finished sixth in the individual competition and fourth in the 3-meter synchro.
Ipsen and Dumais teamed to win silver in the 3-meter synchro at the 2009 World Games in Rome. They placed fourth last year in Shanghai.