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Diving at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre platform

 

Diving at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's 10 metre platform

Men's 10 metre platform
at the Games of the XXIII Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    China
Diving at the
1984 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The men's 10 metre platform, also reported as platform diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1984 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into two phases:

  1. Preliminary round (11 August)
    Divers performed ten dives. The twelve divers with the highest scores advanced to the final.
  2. Final (12 August)
    Divers performed another set of ten dives and the score here obtained determined the final ranking.

Results

Rank Diver Preliminary Final
Points Rank Points
 Greg Louganis (USA) 688.05 1 710.91
 Bruce Kimball (USA) 602.64 4 643.50
 Li Kongzheng (CHN) 615.89 2 638.28
4  Tong Hui (CHN) 608.04 3 604.77
5  Albin Killat (FRG) 542.10 5 551.97
6  Dieter Dörr (FRG) 489.84 9 536.07
7  Christopher Snode (GBR) 507.96 6 524.40
8  David Bédard (CAN) 488.04 11 518.13
9  Stephen Foley (AUS) 489.21 10 479.43
10  Miguel Angel Zavala (MEX) 492.24 8 476.82
11  Jon Grunde Vegard (NOR) 494.67 7 449.55
12  Mark Rourke (CAN) 485.58 12 434.13
13  José Luis Rocha (MEX) 479.67 13
14 )GBR( 474.09 14
15  Masashi Nakashima (JPN) 466.74 15
16  Cesar Henderson (DOM) 464.52 16
17  Isao Yamagishi (JPN) 462.09 17
18  Domenico Rinaldi (ITA) 460.80 18
19  Tom Lemaire (BEL) 455.61 19
20  Park Jong-Yong (KOR) 418.98 20
21  Luis Dieguez (ESP) 361.23 21
22  Abdulla Abuqrais (KUW) 342.03 22
23  Said Daw (EGY) 341.07 23
24  Kwan Andy (HKG) 324.57 24
25  Alaeddin Soueidan (SYR) 317.88 25
26  Amro Hassan (EGY) 316.35 26

References

  • Official Report of the Games of the XXIIIrd Olympiad Los Angeles, 1984 - Volume 2: Competition Summary and Results (pdf). Los Angeles: Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee. 1985. pp. pp. 524–6.  
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