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Diving at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's synchronized 10 metre platform

Men's synchronized 10 metre platform
at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    China
Silver medal    Germany
Bronze medal    Russia
Diving at the
2008 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women
Synchronized
3 m springboard
  men   women
Synchronized
10 m platform
  men   women

Men's synchronized 10 metre platform competition at the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics was held on August 11 at the Beijing National Aquatics Center.

Like all other synchronized diving competitions at the Olympics, only one round of competition was held. Eight pairs of divers competed. Each pair performed six dives, with both divers from the pair diving at the same time.

Nine judges evaluated each dive, with two each judging the performance of the two divers (the execution judges) and five judges evaluating the synchronization of the pair (the synchronization judges). For each dive, four of the nine scores are ignored - the highest and lowest execution scores, and the highest and lowest synchronization scores. The remaining five scores are summed, multiplied by the dive's degree of difficulty, and then multiplied by 0.6 to get a final score for the dive.

Results

Rank Nation Dives Total
1 2 3 4 5 6
1st China
Lin Yue, Huo Liang
57.00 59.40 89.76 86.40 86.70 88.92 468.18
2nd Germany
Patrick Hausding, Sascha Klein
52.80 54.00 86.70 71.28 88.74 96.90 450.42
3rd Russia
Gleb Galperin, Dmitriy Dobroskok
53.40 56.40 86.70 88.32 70.38 90.06 445.26
4 Australia
Mathew Helm, Robert Newbery
52.80 53.40 84.66 72.00 89.64 92.34 444.84
5 United States
David Boudia, Thomas Finchum
51.60 54.60 80.58 82.62 77.76 93.48 440.64
6 Colombia
Víctor Ortega, Juan Urán
46.80 52.80 82.62 79.68 81.18 80.58 423.66
7 Cuba
José Guerra, Erick Fornaris
49.80 48.00 79.56 71.04 75.48 85.50 409.38
8 Great Britain
Blake Aldridge, Tom Daley
52.80 50.40 72.96 75.24 77.52 79.56 408.48
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