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Diving at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre platform

Men's 10 metre platform
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Swimming Stadium Tourelles
Dates July 19 (semifinals)
July 20 (final)
Competitors 20 from 10 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    United States
Diving at the
1924 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women
Plain high diving   men  

The men's 10 metre platform, also reported as plongeons de haut vol variés (English: varied high diving), was one of five diving events on the diving at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was actually held from both 10 metre and 5 metre platforms. Divers performed four compulsory dives - standing inward plain dive, standing backward dive with twist, running forward somersault dive and running reverse somersault dive (5 metre platform) - and four dives of the competitor's choice for a total of eight dives. The competition was held on Saturday July 19, 1924 and Sunday July 20, 1924.

Twenty divers from ten nations competed.

Results

First round

The three divers who scored the smallest number of points in each group of the first round advanced to the final.

Group 1

Place Diver Points Score
1  Clarence Pinkston (USA) 6 507.5
2  Erik Adlerz (SWE) 11 475.2
3  Eugène Lenormand (FRA) 13 435.6
4  Luigi Cangiullo (ITA) 20 398.8
5  Eric MacDonald (GBR) 25 345.5
6  Henk Lotgering (NED) 30 303
7  Santiago Ulio (ESP) 35 204.8

Group 2

Place Diver Points Score
1  Albert White (USA) 5 491.8
2  Helge Öberg (SWE) 10 435.4
3  Hannes Kärkkäinen (FIN) 16 408.2
4  Albert Knight (GBR) 19 394.5
5  Albert Van Heymbeek (BEL) 27 354.3
6  Étienne Vincent (FRA) 28 354

Group 3

Place Diver Points Score
1  David Fall (USA) 6 472.9
2  Adolf Hellquist (SWE) 9 442.8
3  Sven Palle Sørensen (DEN) 16 400
4  André Cochinal (FRA) 21 374.2
5  Lauri Kyöstilä (FIN) 23 363.4
6  Henk Hemsing (NED) 30 306
7  Antonio Tort (ESP) 35 229.4

Final

Place Diver Points Score
1  Albert White (USA) 9 487.3
2  David Fall (USA) 11.5 486.5
3  Clarence Pinkston (USA) 16.5 473
4  Erik Adlerz (SWE) 19 468.9
5  Eugène Lenormand (FRA) 24 437.7
6  Helge Öberg (SWE) 31 429
7  Sven Palle Sørensen (DEN) 36 404.6
8  Adolf Hellquist (SWE) 37.5 403.2
9  Hannes Kärkkäinen (FIN) 40.5 380.9

References

  • Comité Olympique Français (1924). "Les Jeux de la VIIIe Olympiade - Rapport Officiel" (pdf). pp. p. 462. Retrieved 2006-12-29. 
  • Herman de Wael (2003-08-03). "Diving 1924". Retrieved 2006-12-29. 
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