Zsombor-Murray started diving at the age of 5, when he decided to try diving lessons. Ten years later and Nathan is only continuing to prove he made the right decision. Nathan started his diving career at his local pool in Pointe-Claire, but has moved into the big leagues, now training at the Olympic facility in Montreal.
In a short period of time, Nathan has accomplished competing at a FINA World Championships at age 14, and winning a gold medal at his first FINA Diving World Series event with synchro partner Meghan Benfeito.
More recently, Nathan won a silver medal alongside Olympian Vincent Riendeau at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima and the 2019 FINA Diving Grand Prix in Calgary.
On top of those impressive accomplishments, he also obtained a personal and national record in the Boys B 10 meter event at the 2018 Speedo Junior Elite Nationals with a score of 514.84. At the 2020 Winter National Championships, Nathan posted the highest-scoring dive in Canadian history with 111 points on his front four and a half tuck.
When Nathan is not training at the pool, he likes to spend his time hanging with his friends, playing video games or spending time with his family.
Gold medal at 2018 FINA Diving World Series Montreal with Benfeito
Personal and national record at 2018 Speedo Jr. Elite National Championships
Competing at the FINA World Championships at age 14 alongside synchro partner Benfeito