Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 3 metre springboard

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Men's 3 metre springboard
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal icon.svg Xiong Ni Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Silver medal icon.svg Yu Zhuocheng Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Bronze medal icon.svg Mark Lenzi Flag of the United States.svg  United States
  1992
2000  

The men's 3 metre springboard was one of four diving events included in the Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics programme. [1]

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The competition was split into three phases:

Preliminary round
29 July — 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
28 July — Each diver performed a set number of dives without any 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
29 July — Each diver performed a set number of dives, without limitation on the difficulty degree. The final ranking was determined by the combined score from the final and semi-final dives.

Results

RankDiverNationPreliminarySemi-finalFinal
PointsRankPointsRankTotalRankPointsRankTotal
Gold medal icon.svg Xiong Ni Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 463.021231.451694.471470.011701.46
Silver medal icon.svg Yu Zhuocheng Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 438.932223.415662.342467.522690.93
Bronze medal icon.svg Mark Lenzi Flag of the United States.svg  United States 372.039229.742601.777456.763686.49
4 Scott Donie Flag of the United States.svg  United States 414.034223.864637.894443.074666.93
5 Dmitri Sautin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 391.746229.742621.485414.936644.67
6 Michael Murphy Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 419.133220.086639.213420.875640.95
7 Jan Hempel Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 358.2613219.997578.2510402.338622.32
8 Fernando Platas Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 382.838217.628600.458402.367619.98
9 Valery Statsenko Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 357.1815217.539574.7111380.1611597.69
10 Andrey Semenyuk Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus 385.327202.2316587.559393.339595.56
11 Roman Volod'kov Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 359.8512210.3010570.1512382.8310593.13
12 Andreas Wels Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 405.335207.2111612.546376.3512583.56
13 Evan Stewart Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 361.5311206.4312567.9613Did not advance
14 Richard Frece Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 365.7310197.9117563.6414Did not advance
15 Davide Lorenzini Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 356.5516202.8015559.3515Did not advance
16 Philippe Comtois Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 357.7514193.5318551.2816Did not advance
17 Imre Lengyel Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 346.7417204.5113551.2517Did not advance
18 Tony Ally Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 345.3318203.4614548.7918Did not advance
19 David Bédard Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 342.3319Did not advance
20 Jimmy Sjödin Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 339.9320Did not advance
21 Vyacheslav Khamulkin Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus 331.8621Did not advance
22 Joakim Andersson Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 331.8322Did not advance
23 Maksym Lapyn Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 328.2323Did not advance
24 Bob Morgan Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 318.6924Did not advance
25 Dario di Fazio Flag of Venezuela (1954-2006).png  Venezuela 317.0425Did not advance
26 Nikolaos Siranidis Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 316.5026Did not advance
27 Tony Iglesias Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia 307.8327Did not advance
28 Russell Butler Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 305.7928Did not advance
29 Ramon Sandin Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico 302.5529Did not advance
30 Joel Rodríguez Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 296.9130Did not advance
31 José Miguel Gil Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 295.4731Did not advance
32 Lee Jong-hwa Flag of South Korea (1984-1997).svg  South Korea 293.5232Did not advance
33 Ali Al-Hasan Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait 272.4033Did not advance
34 Suchart Pichi Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 257.1334Did not advance
35 Janaka Biyanwila Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 247.4435Did not advance
36 Rafael Álvarez Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 208.8336Did not advance
37 Chen Han-hung Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Chinese Taipei 194.1337Did not advance
38 Siniša Žugic Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg  Yugoslavia 181.1738Did not advance
39 Sergey Orin Flag of Tajikistan.svg  Tajikistan 162.6639Did not advance

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References

  1. "Diving at the 1996 Summer Olympics: Springboard, Men". Olympedia. Retrieved 23 May 2020.

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