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Diving at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Women's 3 metre springboard

Women's 3 metre springboard
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    China
Silver medal    Unified Team
Bronze medal    Germany
Diving at the
1992 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The Women's 3 metre Springboard, also reported as springboard diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1992 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into two phases:

  1. Preliminary round
    The twelve divers with the highest scores advanced to the final.
  2. Final
    Divers performed a set of dives to determine the final ranking.

Results

Rank Diver Preliminary Final
Points Rank Points
 Gao Min (CHN) 309.75 3 572.40
 Irina Lashko (EUN) 334.89 1 514.14
 Brita Baldus (GER) 312.90 2 503.07
4  Heidemarie Bártová (TCH) 286.14 7 491.49
5  Julie Ovenhouse (USA) 291.48 5 477.84
6  Vera Ilyina (EUN) 290.46 6 470.67
7  Simona Koch (GER) 281.46 10 468.96
8  Mary DePiero (CAN) 278.76 12 449.49
9  Karen LaFace (USA) 279.06 11 447.75
10  Verónica Ribot (ARG) 282.54 9 447.42
11  Yuki Motobuchi (JPN) 301.23 4 443.76
12  Julia Cruz (ESP) 282.69 8 436.47
13  Tracy Cox (ZIM) 277.95 13
14  Daphne Jongejans (NED) 277.29 14
15  Jennifer Donnet (AUS) 272.64 15
16  Maria Elena Romero (MEX) 269.34 16
17  Tan Shuping (CHN) 269.10 17
18  Ágnes Gerlach (HUN) 265.86 18
19  Naomi Bishop (GBR) 261.81 19
20  Ionica Tudor (ROU) 258.15 20
21  Evelyne Boisvert (CAN) 258.09 21
22  Rachel Wilkes (AUS) 254.31 22
23  Karla Goltman (ARG) 254.28 23
24  Luisella Bisello (ITA) 249.36 24
25  Ana Ayala Muñoz (MEX) 249.03 25
26  Eleni Stavridou (GRE) 240.42 26
27  Catherine Aviolat (SUI) 239.49 27
28  Kim Myong-Son (PRK) 232.65 28
29  Kim Hye-Ok (PRK) 206.64 29

See also

References

  • Ed. Romà Cuyàs (ed.). Official Report of the Games of the XXV Olympiad: The Results (pdf) (in spanish, catalan, french and english). Barcelona: COOB'92, S.A. (Barcelona'92 Olympic Organising Committee). pp. p. 383.  
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