Diving at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 3 metre springboard

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Men's 3 metre springboard
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal icon.svg Xiong Ni Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Silver medal icon.svg Fernando Platas Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
Bronze medal icon.svg Dmitri Sautin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
  1996
2004  

The men's 3 metre springboard was one of eight diving events included in the Diving at the 2000 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into three phases:

Preliminary round
25 September — Each diver performed a front dive, a back dive, a reverse dive, an inward dive, a twisting dive and a sixth free-choice dive from one of these groups. There were no limitations in degree of difficulty. The 18 divers with the highest total score advanced to the semi-final.
Semi-final
26 September — Each diver performed a front dive, a back dive, a reverse dive, an inward dive and a twisting dive. The overall difficulty degree was limited to 9.5. The 12 divers with the highest combined score from the semi-final and preliminary dives advanced to the final.
Final
26 September — Each diver performed a front dive, a back dive, a reverse dive, an inward dive, a twisting dive and a sixth free-choice dive from one of these groups. There were no limitations in difficulty degree. The final ranking was determined by the combined score from the final and semi-final dives.

Results

RankDiverCountryPreliminarySemifinalFinal
PointsRankPointsRankTotalRankPointsRankTotal
Gold medal icon.svg Xiong Ni Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 457.381230.404687.781478.321708.72
Silver medal icon.svg Fernando Platas Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 444.602234.363678.963474.062708.42
Bronze medal icon.svg Dmitri Sautin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 444.513240.241684.752462.963703.20
4 Xiao Hailiang Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 419.915235.922655.835435.124671.04
5 Dean Pullar Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 406.658222.789629.438424.625647.40
6 Troy Dumais Flag of the United States.svg  United States 407.647224.168631.807418.566642.72
7 Mark Ruiz Flag of the United States.svg  United States 429.304227.975657.274410.257638.22
8 Ken Terauchi Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 389.8811226.896616.779407.588634.47
9 Stefan Ahrens Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 385.5012218.6712604.1711400.509619.17
10 Andreas Wels Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 414.846224.977639.816391.5610616.53
11 Imre Lengyel Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 382.9813222.6010605.5810390.8711613.47
12 Tony Ally Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 393.3610206.2515599.6112377.5512583.80
13 Alexandre Dobroskok Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 377.3417221.2811598.6213Did not advance
14 Cassius Duran Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 382.0814216.0613598.1414Did not advance
15 Robert Newbery Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 402.039192.8718594.9015Did not advance
16 Donald Miranda Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 377.0118207.0314584.0416Did not advance
17 Rafael Álvarez Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 377.5516201.0616578.6117Did not advance
18 Yoendris Salazar Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba 377.5815197.5217575.1018Did not advance
19 Jeff Liberty Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 375.0619Did not advance
20 Jukka Piekkanen Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 373.4120Did not advance
21 Luis Villarroel Flag of Venezuela (1954-2006).png  Venezuela 365.9721Did not advance
22 Yeoh Ken Nee Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 364.3822Did not advance
23 Vyacheslav Khamulkin Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus 357.0323Did not advance
24 Abel Sánchez Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 356.4024Did not advance
25 Eduard Safonov Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 355.0525Did not advance
26 Nicola Marconi Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 351.1226Did not advance
27 Dmytro Lysenko Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 345.5427Did not advance
28 Ramón Fumadó Flag of Venezuela (1954-2006).png  Venezuela 343.8928Did not advance
29 Joel Rodríguez Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 336.5129Did not advance
30 Joona Puhakka Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 332.5830Did not advance
31 Richard Frece Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 328.6831Did not advance
32 Thomas Bimis Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 324.7232Did not advance
33 José Miguel Gil Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 318.7233Did not advance
34 Kwon Kyung-min Flag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg  South Korea 318.4534Did not advance
35 Gabriel Chereches Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 318.2735Did not advance
36 Nikolaos Siranidis Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 317.8836Did not advance
37 Erick Fornaris Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba 313.8637Did not advance
38 Evan Stewart Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 313.5338Did not advance
39 Jaroslav Makohin Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 311.6739Did not advance
40 Frédéric Pierre Flag of France.svg  France 310.7440Did not advance
41 Juan Urán Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 308.1041Did not advance
42 Alisher Seitov Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 307.6242Did not advance
43 Meerit Insawang Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 306.2443Did not advance
44 Zardo Domenios Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 300.4244Did not advance
45 Jean-Romain Delaloye Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland 292.6845Did not advance
46 Mark Shipman Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 285.9046Did not advance
47 Pak Yong-ryong Flag of North Korea.svg  North Korea 271.4747Did not advance
48 Yu Yuet Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 227.6448Did not advance
49 Chen Han-hung Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Chinese Taipei 188.4649Did not advance

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