INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - JUNE 13: Delaney Schnell competes in the women's 10-meter platform final during day 8 of the 2021 U.S. Olympic Diving Trials at Indiana University Natatorium on June 13, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

Olympic Trials for diving wrapped up yesterday, with six divers being named to the US Olympic Team for Tokyo. 

Alison Gibson and Krysta Palmer kicked things off, becoming the first qualifiers for the team in synchronized springboard. 

From there, Palmer backed up her synchronized performance by qualifying on the individual springboard. Hailey Hernandez posted a score of 926.55 to join her in Tokyo and qualify for her first Olympic Games.

Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell qualified in synchronized platform, besting Katrina Young and Murphy Bromberg.

Schnell would then go on to qualify in the individual platform, marking her first individual win at the senior level. Young also qualified in the individual event, coming from behind on the fifth and final dive to qualify for Tokyo, overcoming Murphy Bromberg by a mere 2.95 points.

An individual qualifier who placed 10th in platform at the Rio 2016 Olympics, Parratto placed fourth in the individual event, making her only event in Tokyo the synchronized platform.