Mark Shipman

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Mark Shipman
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Born (1973-01-03) 3 January 1973 (age 48)
Leeds, West Yorkshire
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ClubCity of Sheffield

Mark Shipman (born 3 January 1973, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England) is a male retired British diver. Mark attended Guiseley School.

Swimming career

Shipman has competed at European, World and Olympic levels on the 3 metre springboard. With Tony Ally he came 7th in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.

He competed at four consecutive Commonwealth Games, which culminated in winning a silver medal in the 3 metres springboard synchronised event, at the 2006 Commonwealth Games for England. [1]

His club is City of Sheffield although he started diving with Bradford Esprit under the tutelage of Tom Daley's coach Andy Banks.

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References

  1. "Athletes and results". Commonwealth Games Federation.