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Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre platform

 

Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre platform

Men's 10 metre platform
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    Russia
Silver medal    Germany
Bronze medal    China
Diving at the
1996 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The men's 10 metre platform was one of four diving events included in the Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into three phases:

Preliminary round
1 August — Each diver performed a set number of dives without any limitation on the difficulty degree. The 18 divers with the highest total score advanced to the semi-final.
Semi-final
1 August — Each diver performed four dives with limitation on the difficulty degree. The 12 divers with the highest combined score from the semi-final and preliminary dives advanced to the final.
Final
2 August — Each diver performed five dives, without limitation on the difficulty degree. The final ranking was determined by the combined score from the final and semifinal dives.

Results

Rank Diver Preliminary Semi-final Final
Points Rank Points Rank Total Rank Points Rank Total
 Dmitri Sautin (RUS) 452.82 1 194.64 2 647.46 1 497.70 1 692.34
 Jan Hempel (GER) 394.17 7 197.22 1 591.39 5 446.05 5 663.27
 Xiao Hailiang (CHN) 445.86 2 179.55 5 625.41 2 478.65 2 658.20
4  Tian Liang (CHN) 425.73 3 185.76 3 611.49 3 462.42 3 648.18
5  Vladimir Timoshinin (RUS) 425.43 4 169.47 11 594.90 4 459.12 4 628.59
6  David Pichler (USA) 394.59 6 175.53 8 570.12 8 431.58 6 607.11
7  Fernando Platas (MEX) 392.31 8 177.90 6 570.21 7 425.13 7 603.03
8  Michael Kühne (GER) 375.27 11 169.11 12 544.38 11 414.87 8 583.98
9  Patrick Jeffrey (USA) 406.74 5 174.42 9 581.16 6 385.80 9 560.22
10  Ken Terauchi (JPN) 381.51 9 174.39 10 555.90 10 385.50 10 559.89
11  Sergey Kudrevich (BLR) 375.90 10 180.63 4 556.53 9 347.37 12 528.00
12  Richard Frece (AUT) 373.41 12 148.35 17 521.76 12 355.29 11 503.64
13 )GBR( 343.20 17 176.64 7 519.84 13
14  Jimmy Sjödin (SWE) 352.74 14 165.00 13 517.74 14
15  Choe Hyong-Gil (PRK) 353.40 13 163.26 14 516.66 15
16  Andrey Kvochinski (BLR) 349.14 15 160.50 15 509.64 16
17  Damir Akhmetbekov (KAZ) 346.62 16 158.58 16 505.20 17
18  Leon Taylor (GBR) 341.70 18 141.87 18 483.57 18
19  Keita Kaneto (JPN) 339.18 19
20  Roman Volod'kov (UKR) 335.97 20
21  Samat Muratov (KAZ) 335.43 21
22  Alberto Acosta (MEX) 322.47 22
23  Daniel Pavon (ESP) 312.78 23
24  Gabriel Chereches (ROU) 309.30 24
25  Dario di Fazio (VEN) 307.02 25
26  Oleh Yanchenko (UKR) 301.92 26
27  Emil Zhabrayilov (AZE) 294.93 27
28  Tony Lawson (AUS) 294.75 28
29  Suchat Pichi (THA) 290.64 29
30  Tony Iglesias (BOL) 290.16 30
31  Kwon Kyung-Min (KOR) 276.27 31
32  Hovhannes Avtandilyan (ARM) 275.64 32
33  Sui Ng (HKG) 273.30 33
34  GEO) 256.68 34
35  Abdul Al-Matrouk (KUW) 239.79 35
36  Chuan Hung-Ping (TPE) 220.89 36
37  Vukan Vuletic (YUG) 187.17 37

References

  • The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) (1997). The Official Report of the Centennial Olympic Games - Volume III: The Competition Results (pdf) (in english and french). Atlanta, GA: Peachtree Publishers. p. 32.  
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