July 14, 2021
Celina Toth's Olympic dream has become reality. The 29-year old from St. Thomas now living in Victoria B.C. is heading to the Tokyo Summer Games for the women's 10-metre platform diving competition. Toth qualified for the Games winning her event during the Canadian Diving Olympic Trials, at the Pan Am Sports Centre, in Toronto, June 29-July 1.
July 2, 2021
TORONTO, Ont. - Celina Toth is heading to the Olympic Summer Games in Toyko.
The 29-year old from St. Thomas, now living in Victoria, British Columbia, will be making her Olympic debut, after earning a spot in the women's open platform (10-metre) competition with an Olympic qualifying score of 659.55, Thursday, at the Canadian Diving Trials.
Toth placed ninth at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. She has three International University Sports Federation (FISU) Games medals. In 2020, she had a silver medal and fourth place on tower at the first two FINA Grand Prix diving events. Toth completed her undergrad in psychology at the University of Victoria in 2019 and plans to pursue her Masters in social work. Her first international medal was a bronze in the women's 10-metre at the 2015 Spain Grand Prix. Toth is a four time Senior National champion at 10 metres and was a Junior National champion in 2008.