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Men's 3 metre springboard
at the Games of the XV Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    United States
«1948 1956»
Diving at the
1952 Summer Olympics
Diving pictogram.svg
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The men's 3 metre springboard, also reported as springboard diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1952 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into two phases on different days:

  • Preliminary round (27 July) – Divers performed six voluntary dives of limited degrees of difficulty. The eight divers with the highest scores advanced to the final.
  • Final (28 July) – Divers performed six voluntary dives without any limits of difficulty. The final score was the aggregate of the preliminary and final rounds' points.

Results

Rank Diver Preliminary Final
Points Rank Points Rank Total
Med 1.png  David Browning (USA) 89.59 1 115.70 1 205.29
Med 2.png  Miller Anderson (USA) 88.00 2 111.84 2 199.84
Med 3.png  Bob Clotworthy (USA) 80.64 3 104.28 3 184.92
4  Joaquin Capilla (MEX) 79.42 4 98.91 4 178.33
5  Roman Brener (URS) 69.37 7 96.26 5 165.63
6  Milton Busin (BRA) 67.97 8 87.94 6 155.91
7  Anthony Turner (GBR) 71.36 5 80.54 7 151.90
8  Aleksey Zigalov (URS) 71.25 6 80.06 8 151.31
9  Yoav Raanan (ISR) 67.70 9
10  Franz Worisch (AUT) 67.18 10
11  Hans Aderhold (GER) 67.09 11
12  Werner Sobeck (GER) 66.75 12
13  Gennady Udalov (URS) 65.99 13
14  Helge Vasenius (FIN) 65.41 14
15  Katsuichi Mori (JPN) 65.23 15
16  Peter Heatly (GBR) 63.37 16
17  Ahmed Kamel Aly (EGY) 62.95 17
18  Kamal Ali Hassan (EGY) 62.68 18
19  Rodolfo Perea (MEX) 62.36 19
20  Peter Elliott (GBR) 61.85 20
20  Alberto Capilla (MEX) 61.85 20
22  Willem Welgemoed (RSA) 61.64 22
23  Frank Landqvist (SWE) 60.11 23
24  Ronald Faulds (AUS) 59.90 24
25  Francis Gosling (BER) 59.57 25
26  Raymond Mulinghausen (FRA) 59.52 26
27  Gunnar Johansson (SWE) 59.11 27
28  Charles Johnson (BER) 58.70 28
29  Olavi Heinonen (FIN) 58.06 29
30  Henri Goosen (FRA) 57.79 30
31  Allan Smith (CEY) 55.00 31
32  Lamberto Mari (ITA) 54.42 32
33  Ahmed Fahti Mohamed Hashad (EGY) 50.04 33
34  Francis Murphy (AUS) 48.42 34
35  Heinz Schaub (SUI) 47.15 35
36  Eduardo Fereda (VEN) 41.98 36

References

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Diving at the
1952 Summer Olympics
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The men's 3 metre springboard, also reported as springboard diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1952 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into two phases on different days:

  • Preliminary round (27 July) – Divers performed six voluntary dives of limited degrees of difficulty. The eight divers with the highest scores advanced to the final.
  • Final (28 July) – Divers performed six voluntary dives without any limits of difficulty. The final score was the aggregate of the preliminary and final rounds' points.

Medalists

Gold David Browning
United States (USA)
Silver Miller Anderson
United States (USA)
Bronze Bob Clotworthy
United States (USA)

Results

Rank Diver Preliminary Final
Points Rank Points Rank Total
 David Browning (USA) 89.59 1 115.70 1 205.29
 Miller Anderson (USA) 88.00 2 111.84 2 199.84
 Bob Clotworthy (USA) 80.64 3 104.28 3 184.92
4 File:Flag of Mexico (1934-1968).png Joaquin Capilla (MEX) 79.42 4 98.91 4 178.33
5  Roman Brener (URS) 69.37 7 96.26 5 165.63
6 File:Flag of Brazil (1889-1960).svg Milton Busin (BRA) 67.97 8 87.94 6 155.91
7  Anthony Turner (GBR) 71.36 5 80.54 7 151.90
8  Aleksey Zigalov (URS) 71.25 6 80.06 8 151.31
9  Yoav Raanan (ISR) 67.70 9
10  Franz Worisch (AUT) 67.18 10
11  Hans Aderhold (GER) 67.09 11
12  Werner Sobeck (GER) 66.75 12
13  Gennady Udalov (URS) 65.99 13
14  Helge Vasenius (FIN) 65.41 14
15  Katsuichi Mori (JPN) 65.23 15
16  Peter Heatly (GBR) 63.37 16
17  Ahmed Kamel Aly (EGY) 62.95 17
18  Kamal Ali Hassan (EGY) 62.68 18
19 File:Flag of Mexico (1934-1968).png Rodolfo Perea (MEX) 62.36 19
20  Peter Elliott (GBR) 61.85 20
20 File:Flag of Mexico (1934-1968).png Alberto Capilla (MEX) 61.85 20
22  Willem Welgemoed (RSA) 61.64 22
23  Frank Landqvist (SWE) 60.11 23
24  Ronald Faulds (AUS) 59.90 24
25  Francis Gosling (BER) 59.57 25
26  Raymond Mulinghausen (FRA) 59.52 26
27  Gunnar Johansson (SWE) 59.11 27
28  Charles Johnson (BER) 58.70 28
29  Olavi Heinonen (FIN) 58.06 29
30  Henri Goosen (FRA) 57.79 30
31  Allan Smith (CEY) 55.00 31
32  Lamberto Mari (ITA) 54.42 32
33  Ahmed Fahti Mohamed Hashad (EGY) 50.04 33
34  Francis Murphy (AUS) 48.42 34
35  Heinz Schaub (SUI) 47.15 35
36  Eduardo Fereda (VEN) 41.98 36

References


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