Diving at the 1998 Commonwealth Games

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The Diving Competition at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia counted a total number of six medal events: three events for both men and women.

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Men's Results

1m Springboard

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Evan Stewart  (ZIM)384,66
Med 2.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Dean Pullar  (AUS)369,15
Med 3.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Robert Newbery  (AUS)369,15
4.Flag of England.svg  Tony Ally  (ENG)354,81
5.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Shannon Roy  (AUS)329,85
6.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Philippe Comtois  (CAN)315,66
7.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Chris Le Poole  (CAN)311,46
8.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Tony Revitt  (CAN)299,31
9.Flag of England.svg  Mark Shipman  (ENG)298,62
10.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Jonathan Ngu  (MAS)285,45
11.Flag of New Zealand.svg  Wayne Cobb  (NZL)258,78
12.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Syed Abdul Samad Abas  (MAS)224,88
13.Flag of South Africa.svg  Luzuko Ngqakayi  (RSA)175,62
14.Flag of South Africa.svg  Imraan Mess  (RSA)169,53
15.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Chang Chong Chaw  (MAS)165,96


3m Springboard

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Shannon Roy  (AUS)608,37
Med 2.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Dean Pullar  (AUS)598,14
Med 3.png Flag of England.svg  Tony Ally  (ENG)587,49
4.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Philippe Comtois  (CAN)586,62
5.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Robert Newbery  (AUS)564,36
6.Flag of England.svg  Mark Shipman  (ENG)546,69
7.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Chris Le Poole  (CAN)535,68
8.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Yeoh Ken Nee  (MAS)535,17
9.Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Evan Stewart  (ZIM)534,48
10.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Alexandre Despatie  (CAN)528,42
11.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Jonathan Ngu  (MAS)517,47
12.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Syed Abdul Samad Abas  (MAS)464,16
13.Flag of New Zealand.svg  Wayne Cobb  (NZL)433,98
14.Flag of South Africa.svg  Luzuku Ngqakayi  (RSA)331,92
15.Flag of South Africa.svg  Imraan Mess  (RSA)329,73


10m Platform

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Alexandre Despatie  (CAN)652,11
Med 2.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Robert Newbery  (AUS)605,61
Med 3.png Flag of England.svg  Leon Taylor  (ENG)603,54
4.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Yeoh Ken Nee  (MAS)537,75
5.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Tony Lawson  (AUS)529,86
6.Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Bob Morgan  (WAL)517,77
7.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Tony Revitt  (CAN)512,37
8.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Wong Tee Ming  (MAS)379,71


Women's Results

1m Springboard

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Chantelle Michell  (AUS)271,56
Med 2.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Blythe Hartley  (CAN)248,28
Med 3.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Eryn Bulmer  (CAN)239,40
4.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Rebecca Gilmore  (AUS)239,37
5.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Anne-Josee Dionne  (CAN)233,88
6.Flag of South Africa.svg  Jane Woodward  (RSA)225,84
7.Flag of England.svg  Jane Smith  (ENG)218,64
8.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Farah Begum Abdullah  (MAS)212,97
9.Flag of New Zealand.svg  Kate Stevely  (NZL)188,70
10.Flag of South Africa.svg  Tandi Gerrard  (RSA)176,22
11.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Norazlina Sapieye  (MAS)156,93
11.Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Angela Clark  (ZIM)144,30


3m Springboard

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Eryn Bulmer  (CAN)515,88
Med 2.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Chantelle Michell  (AUS)506,52
Med 3.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Myriam Boileau  (CAN)480,57
4.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Loudy Tourky  (AUS)476,13
5.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Anne Dionne  (CAN)465,99
6.Flag of England.svg  Jane Smith  (ENG)445,92
7.Flag of South Africa.svg  Jane Woodard  (RSA)413,85
8.Flag of New Zealand.svg  Kate Stevely  (NZL)413,85
9.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Rebecca Gilmore  (AUS)409,14
10.Flag of South Africa.svg  Tandi Gerrard  (RSA)396,78
11.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Wan Nur Safiah  (MAS)390,42
12.Flag of England.svg  Karen Smith  (ENG)368,55
13.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Farah Begum Abdullah  (MAS)362,25
14.Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Angela Clark  (ZIM)343,11


10m Platform

RANKFINALSCORE
Med 1.png Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Vyninka Arlow  (AUS)456,48
Med 2.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Myriam Boileau  (CAN)449,19
Med 3.png Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Anne Montminy  (CAN)443,46
4.Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Blythe Hartley  (CAN)440,19
5.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Lynda Folauhola  (AUS)432,27
6.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Loudy Tourky  (AUS)491,58
7.Flag of England.svg  Lesley Ward  (ENG)408,39
8.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Wan Nur Safiah  (MAS)362,64
9.Flag of England.svg  Karen Smith  (ENG)355,50
10.Flag of Malaysia.svg  Leong Mun Yee  (MAS)353,37
11.Flag of England.svg  Sally Freeman  (ENG)337,23


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