Social media connecting athletes back home


David Boudia, left, and Nick McCrory hold their bronze medals. (Photo provided by Jim Boudia)

David Boudia accomplished his Olympic dream four years ago when he represented America in Beijing. In his second Olympics, the 23-year-old Noblesville resident achieved his second goal – earning an Olympic medal. On July 30, Boudia and Nick McCrory took third place and the bronze medal in 10 meter synchronized diving. It was the first podium in the event for an American male duo.

While across the pond, residents can stay connected to Boudia and his family through social media.

Following his performance, David Boudia (‏@davidboudia) tweeted “Such an exciting day for #TeamUSA! @NickMccrory1 and I made it on the podium! Bronze baby:) Praise God!”

McCrory also took to twitter to share his enthusiasm – “ thrilled with today’s result!! @davidboudia & I gave it our all and are so proud to bring home an Olympic medal! #USA.”

Boudia’s father, Jim, has been keeping everyone in the loop by providing Current in Noblesville with constant updates from his London Olympic Diary. Once received, the updates are posted online at and links are placed on our Facebook page.

“Writing these updates and sharing in this incredible experience with all of our family, friends, and neighbors is truly a humbling experience, and our family is honored to be able to share this incredibly surreal experience,” Jim said.

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