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1932  Los Angeles Summer Olympics

1932 Summer Olympics - The Results (Diving)

Diving at the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Games

 

 

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Date Started: August 8, 1932
Date Finished: August 8, 1932
Events: 4

Participants: 28 (17 men and 11 women) from 9 countries
Youngest Participant: USA Katherine Rawls (15 years, 58 days)
Oldest Participant: AUT Josef Staudinger (25 years, 285 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): 3 athletes with 2 medals
Most Medals (Country): USA United States (12 medals)

 

Participating nations

A total of 28 divers (17 men and 11 women) from nine nations (men from seven nations - women from seven nations) competed at the Los Angeles Games:

  •  Austria (2) (men:1 women:1)
  •  Canada (3) (men:2 women:1)
  •  Denmark (1) (men:0 women:1)
  •  France (1) (men:1 women:0)
  •  Germany (2) (men:1 women:1)
  •  Japan (4) (men:3 women:1)
  •  Mexico (5) (men:5 women:0)
  •  Sweden (1) (men:0 women:1)
  •  United States (9) (men:4 women:5)
  

Overview

The 1932 diving events were held at the Olympic Park Swim Stadium in Los Angeles, which was also the site of the swimming events, the water polo tournament, and the swimming section of the modern pentathlon. There were four diving events – 3-metre springboard and platforms for men and women, which remained the standard Olympic diving program through 1996. United States’ divers won all four events, as they would from 1924-56, and all 12 medals. Because of the depression and the travel distance to the United States, the entry list was small, and no preliminary rounds were held. In addition, the old system of scoring by ordinals was eliminated and only point scores were used, which has continued at all diving competitions since.

At the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, four diving events were organized, two for men, and two for women. The competitions were held from Monday, August 8, 1932 to Saturday, August 13, 1932.

  

Medal summary

The events are labelled as 3 metre springboard and 10 metre platform by the International Olympic Committee,[1] and appeared on the 1932 Official Report as springboard diving and high diving, respectively.[2] The platform events included dives from both 10 metre and 5 metre platforms, but, from now on, the springboard events were reduced to dives from the 3 metre board.[3]

Men

Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Michael Galitzen (USA)  Harold Smith (USA)  Richard Degener (USA)
10 m platform  Harold Smith (USA)  Michael Galitzen (USA)  Frank Kurtz (USA)
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Georgia Coleman (USA)  Katherine Rawls (USA)  Jane Fauntz (USA)
10 m platform  Dorothy Poynton (USA)  Georgia Coleman (USA)  Marion Roper (USA)
  

Medal table

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 4 4 4 12
Totals (1 nations) 4 4 4 12
 

Men's Springboard

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Olympic Park Swimming Stadium, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: August 8, 1932
Date Finished: August 8, 1932
Format: 3 metre springboard. Final round only. Five compulsory and five optional dives.

Thirteen divers from seven nations competed.

Summary

The United States swept the medals, led by [Mickey Galitzen] who had won silver in this event in 1928. The silver medalist was [Dutch Smith], followed by [Dick Degener] winning bronze. A few days later Smith and Galitzen would reverse positions, with Smith winning gold on the platform. Galitzen finished his Olympic career after 1932 with four medals, and the one gold in this event. Degener would return in 1936 to win the springboard gold medal. American divers would again sweep the springboard medals in 1936, 1948, and 1952.

The men's 3 metre springboard, also reported as springboard diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1932 Summer Olympics programme. For the first time, the competition was held exclusively from the 3 metre springboard. Divers performed five compulsory dives – running pike dive forward, standing backward straight somersault, standing Mollberg (full gainer) with tuck, standing backward spring somersault with pike, standing forward screw – and five dives of the competitor's choice (different from the compulsory) for a total of ten dives. The competition was held on Monday August 8, 1932.

Thirteen divers from seven nations competed.

Results

Since there were only thirteen entries, instead of groups, a direct final was contested.

Final

Place Diver Score
1st, gold medalist(s)  Michael Galitzen (USA) 161.38
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Harold Smith (USA) 158.54
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Richard Degener (USA) 151.82
4  Alfred Phillips (CAN) 134.64
5  Leo Esser (GER) 134.30
6  Kazuo Kobayashi (JPN) 133.76
7  Émile Poussard (FRA) 128.66
8  Tetsutaro Namae (JPN) 125.18
9  Josef Staudinger (AUT) 124.50
10  Federico Mariscal (MEX) 111.98
11  Arthur Stott (CAN) 110.22
12  Antonio Mariscal (MEX) 97.28
13  Alonso Mariscal (MEX) 88.32

Dive #1

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Émile Poussard   FRA 11.76  
2T Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 11.48  
2T Harold Smith 23 USA 11.48  
2T Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 11.48  
5T Dick Degener 20 USA 11.20  
5T Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 11.20  
7 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 10.92  
8 Leo Esser 25 GER 10.64  
9 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 10.36  
10 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 9.80  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 8.68  
12 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 6.72  
13 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 5.60  

Dive #2

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 13.76  
2T Harold Smith 23 USA 13.12  
2T Dick Degener 20 USA 13.12  
4 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 12.80  
5 Émile Poussard   FRA 12.48  
6 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 12.16  
7T Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 11.84  
7T Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 11.84  
9 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 11.20  
10 Federico Mariscal   MEX 10.88  
11 Leo Esser 25 GER 10.56  
12 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 9.60  
13 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 7.36  

Dive #3

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Harold Smith 23 USA 15.48  
2 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 15.12  
3 Dick Degener 20 USA 14.76  
4 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 14.40  
5 Leo Esser 25 GER 14.04  
6 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 13.68  
7T Émile Poussard   FRA 12.60  
7T Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 12.60  
7T Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 12.60  
10 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 11.88  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 10.80  
12 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 10.44  
13 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 10.08

Dive #4

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 14.40  
2 Dick Degener 20 USA 14.08  
3 Harold Smith 23 USA 13.44  
4 Émile Poussard   FRA 12.80  
5 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 12.16  
6 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 11.84  
7 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 11.20  
8 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 10.88  
9 Leo Esser 25 GER 10.56  
10 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 10.24  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 8.96  
12 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 8.64  
13 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 6.40  

Dive #5

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 16.34  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 15.96  
3 Dick Degener 20 USA 15.58  
4 Leo Esser 25 GER 14.82  
5T Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 13.30  
5T Federico Mariscal   MEX 13.30  
7 Émile Poussard   FRA 11.40  
8 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 10.64  
9T Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 10.26  
9T Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 10.26  
9T Arthur Stott 22 CAN 10.26  
12 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 9.50  
13 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 7.98  

Dive #6

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dick Degener 20 USA 20.24  
2 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 18.90  
3 Harold Smith 23 USA 18.48  
4 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 16.72  
5T Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 15.96  
5T Leo Esser 25 GER 15.96  
7 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 15.54  
8 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 14.04  
9 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 13.60  
10 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 12.60  
11 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 11.88  
12 Émile Poussard   FRA 11.34  
13 Federico Mariscal   MEX 10.44  

Dive #7

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dick Degener 20 USA 16.38  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 15.96  
3 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 15.54  
4 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 15.12  
5 Émile Poussard   FRA 13.44  
6 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 12.60  
7 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 12.00  
8 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 11.88  
9 Leo Esser 25 GER 11.76  
10 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 10.80  
11 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 8.82  
12 Federico Mariscal   MEX 8.40  
13 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 6.80  

Dive #8

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 25.24  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 24.60  
3 Dick Degener 20 USA 24.32  
4 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 24.28  
5 Émile Poussard   FRA 24.24  
6 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 23.04  
7 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 22.76  
8 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 22.52  
9 Leo Esser 25 GER 21.20  
10 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 21.00  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 19.56  
12 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 16.32  
13 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 12.96  

Dive #9

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 40.36  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 40.08  
3 Dick Degener 20 USA 39.08  
4 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 37.44  
5 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 36.88  
6 Émile Poussard   FRA 36.84  
7 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 36.20  
8 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 35.36  
9 Leo Esser 25 GER 35.24  
10 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 32.88  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 30.36  
12 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 26.40  
13 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 23.40  

Dive #10

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 54.76  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 53.52  
3 Dick Degener 20 USA 53.16  
4 Émile Poussard   FRA 49.64  
5 Kazuo Kobayashi   JPN 49.28  
6 Tetsutaro Namae   JPN 47.76  
7 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 47.52  
8 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 46.44  
9 Leo Esser 25 GER 45.80  
10 Arthur Stott 22 CAN 44.08  
11 Federico Mariscal   MEX 39.32  
12 Alonso Mariscal   MEX 32.80  
13 Antonio Mariscal 17 MEX 32.04  

Men's Platform

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Olympic Park Swimming Stadium, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: August 13, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932
Format: 5 and 10 metre platforms. Final round only. Four compulsory and four optional dives.

Eight divers from five nations competed.

Summary

As they did in all 1932 Olympic diving events, the United States swept the men’s platform medals, led by gold medalist, [Dutch Smith]. Smith had placed second on the springboard five days earlier, trailing [Mickey Galitzen], but here he defeated Galitzen who placed second. Bronze on platform went to [Frank Kurtz], who would return to the 1936 Olympics, placing fifth on the platform. Kurtz became a highly decorated Air Force pilot during World War II, piloting the B-17 Flying Fortress Bomber called “The Swoose.” Kurtz later had a daughter, Swoosie Kurtz, named after the airplane, who became a well-known American actress.

The men's 10 metre platform, also reported as high diving, was one of four diving events on the diving at the 1932 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was actually held from both 10 metre and 5 metre platforms. Divers performed four compulsory dives – running plain header forward, standing backward spring and forward somersault with pike (10 metre), standing straight isander (half gainer), standing double somersault backward with tuck (5 metre) – and four dives of the competitor's choice (different from the compulsory) for a total of eight dives. The competition was held on Saturday August 13, 1932.

Eight divers from five nations competed.

esults

Since there were only eight entries, instead of groups, a direct final was contested.

Final

Place Diver Score
1st, gold medalist(s)  Harold Smith (USA) 124.80
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Michael Galitzen (USA) 124.28
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Frank Kurtz (USA) 121.98
4  Josef Staudinger (AUT) 103.44
5  Carlos Curiel (MEX) 83.82
6  Jesús Flores (MEX) 77.94
7  Alfred Phillips (CAN) 77.10
8  Hidekatsu Ishida (JPN) 75.92

Dive #1

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Harold Smith 23 USA 10.08  
2 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 9.84  
3 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 9.36  
4 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 8.88  
5T Carlos Curiel   MEX 8.40  
5T Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 8.40  
7 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 7.20  
8 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 5.52  

Dive #2

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 14.44  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 13.68  
3 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 13.30  
4 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 12.54  
5 Carlos Curiel   MEX 8.74  
6 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 6.46  
7 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 5.32  
8 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 3.42  

Dive #3

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Harold Smith 23 USA 14.40  
2 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 14.08  
3 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 13.76  
4 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 12.80  
5 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 12.16  
6 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 11.20  
7 Carlos Curiel   MEX 10.56  
8 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 7.04

Dive #4

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Harold Smith 23 USA 15.30  
2 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 14.62  
3 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 12.58  
4 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 11.22  
5 Carlos Curiel   MEX 10.88  
6 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 9.52  
7 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 8.16  
8 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 7.14  

Dive #5

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 18.48  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 17.16  
3 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 16.28  
4 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 14.96  
5 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 14.82  
6 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 13.68  
7 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 12.80  
8 Carlos Curiel   MEX 10.80  

Dive #6

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Harold Smith 23 USA 19.80  
2 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 17.94  
3 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 17.10  
4 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 16.28  
5 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 12.24  
6 Carlos Curiel   MEX 10.12  
7 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 8.80  
8 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 7.92  

Dive #7

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 20.24  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 18.04  
3 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 16.72  
4 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 14.96  
5 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 13.68  
6 Carlos Curiel   MEX 11.56  
7 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 11.16  
8 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 9.60  

Dive #8

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Mickey Galitzen 22 USA 24.28  
2 Harold Smith 23 USA 23.76  
3 Josef Staudinger 25 AUT 22.18  
4 Frank Kurtz 20 USA 21.90  
5 Carlos Curiel   MEX 17.14  
6 Alfred Phillips 24 CAN 12.52  
7 Jesús Flores 19 MEX 11.98  
8 Hidekatsu Ishida   JPN 11.82  

Women's Springboard

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Olympic Park Swimming Stadium, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: August 10, 1932
Date Finished: August 10, 1932
Format: 3 metre springboard. Final round only. Three compulsory and three optional dives.

Eight divers from six nations competed.

Summary

[Georgia Coleman] had won a silver and bronze medal in diving at the 1928 Olympics, but improved in 1932 to a gold and silver medal, winning the springboard, after placing third in 1928. She was the first woman to perform a 2½ somersault in competition. Coleman contracted polio in 1937 and would die at the early age of 28. Silver medalist [Peggy Rawls] would repeat her silver medal at the 1936 Olympics and also add a bronze medal in swimming in the 4 x 100 freestyle relay. The Americans swept the medals with [Jane Fauntz] winning bronze. Fauntz had competed at the 1928 Olympics but not in diving. She was also a swimmer who competed in the 200 breaststroke at Amsterdam.

Although they swept the medals, the Americans almost did not get to compete in the finals. All three appeared for warm-up dives and the officials ruled that their uniforms were showing too much back. They were instructed to find other suits to wear for the competition. Rawls and Fauntz had other suits they could use, but Coleman did not, and had to borrow one from breaststroker [Peg Hoffman].

The women's 3 metre springboard, also reported as springboard diving, was one of four diving events on the diving at the 1932 Summer Olympics programme. For the first time, the competition was held exclusively from the 3 metre springboard. Divers performed three compulsory dives – running pike dive forward, standing backward straight somersault, running forward half-screw – and three dives of the competitor's choice (different from the compulsory) for a total of six dives. The competition was held on Wednesday August 10, 1932.

Eight divers from six nations competed.

Results

Since there were only eight entries, instead of groups, a direct final was contested.

Final

Place Diver Score
1st, gold medalist(s)  Georgia Coleman (USA) 87.52
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Katherine Rawls (USA) 82.56
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Jane Fauntz (USA) 82.12
4  Olga Jordan (GER) 77.60
5  Doris Ogilvie (CAN) 70.00
6  Magdalena Epply (AUT) 63.70
7  Etsuko Kamakura (JPN) 60.78
8  Ingrid Larsen (DEN) 57.26

Dive #1

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1T Georgia Coleman 20 USA 11.48  
1T Katherine Rawls 15 USA 11.48  
3 Jane Fauntz 21 USA 11.20  
4 Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 9.80  
5 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 9.52  
6 Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 8.96  
7 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 7.84  
8 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 7.56  

Dive #2

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Jane Fauntz 21 USA 13.12  
2 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 12.80  
3 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 12.48  
4 Katherine Rawls 15 USA 12.16  
5 Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 11.84  
6T Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 11.52  
6T Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 11.52  
8 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 11.20  

Dive #3

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Jane Fauntz 21 USA 14.96  
2 Katherine Rawls 15 USA 14.62  
3 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 13.94  
4 Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 12.58  
5 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 9.86  
6 Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 9.52  
7 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 7.48  
8 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 6.46  

Dive #4

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 16.00  
2T Jane Fauntz 21 USA 15.20  
2T Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 15.20  
4 Katherine Rawls 15 USA 14.80  
5 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 13.30  
6 Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 12.96  
7 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 11.88  
8 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 9.00  

Dive #5

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 18.48  
2 Katherine Rawls 15 USA 16.20  
3 Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 14.96  
4 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 12.96  
5 Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 12.60  
6 Jane Fauntz 21 USA 12.16  
7 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 10.64  
8 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 10.00  

Dive #6

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Jane Fauntz 21 USA 15.48  
2 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 14.82  
3 Olga Jensch-Jordan 19 GER 14.06  
4 Doris Ogilvie 20 CAN 13.60  
5 Katherine Rawls 15 USA 13.30  
6 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 12.60  
7 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 8.80  
8 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 8.64  

Women's Platform

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Olympic Park Swimming Stadium, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: August 12, 1932
Date Finished: August 12, 1932
Format: 5 and 10 metre platforms. Final round only. Four compulsory dives.

Seven divers from five nations competed.

Summary

Competition took place on 5- and 10-metre platforms, with only four dives, all compulsory, two on the 5-metre platform and two on the 10-metre platform. There were only seven competitors, with the medals swept by United States’ divers. [Dorothy Poynton] won gold, after winning a silver on the springboard at the 1928 Olympics. She would return to the 1936 Olympics and defend her title on the platform and add a fourth Olympic medal, a bronze, on the springboard. Silver medalist [Georgia Coleman] repeated her performance at the 1928 Olympics, and also won a gold in 1932 on springboard. This was the only Olympic appearance for the bronze medalist, [Marion Roper].

The women's 10 metre platform, also reported as high diving, was one of four diving events on the diving at the 1932 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was actually held from both 10 metre and 5 metre platforms. Divers performed a total of four compulsory dives – running plain header forward, standing backward spring and forward dive with pike (10 metre), standing forward plain header, running forward plain header (5 metre). The competition was held on Friday August 12, 1932.

Seven divers from five nations competed.

Results

Since there were only seven entries, instead of groups, a direct final was contested.

Final

Place Diver Score
1st, gold medalist(s)  Dorothy Poynton (USA) 40.26
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Georgia Coleman (USA) 35.56
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Marion Roper (USA) 35.22
4  Ingeborg Sjöqvist (SWE) 34.52
5  Ingrid Larsen (DEN) 31.96
6  Etsuko Kamakura (JPN) 31.36
7  Magdalena Epply (AUT) 26.76

Dive #1

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dorothy Poynton-Hill 17 USA 9.68  
2 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 8.80  
3 Marion Roper 21 USA 8.58  
4 Ingeborg Sjöqvist 20 SWE 7.92  
5 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 7.70  
6 Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 7.26  
7 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 5.06  

Dive #2

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dorothy Poynton-Hill 17 USA 9.46  
2 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 9.24  
3 Ingeborg Sjöqvist 20 SWE 8.36  
4 Marion Roper 21 USA 7.92  
5 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 7.70  
6T Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 6.82  
6T Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 6.82  

Dive #3

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dorothy Poynton-Hill 17 USA 10.80  
2 Ingeborg Sjöqvist 20 SWE 9.60  
3 Marion Roper 21 USA 9.12  
4 Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 7.92  
5T Georgia Coleman 20 USA 7.68  
5T Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 7.68  
7 Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 6.24  

Dive #4

 
Rank Athlete Age NOC DP  
1 Dorothy Poynton-Hill 17 USA 10.32  
2 Georgia Coleman 20 USA 9.84  
3T Marion Roper 21 USA 9.60  
3T Etsuko Kamakura   JPN 9.60  
5T Ingeborg Sjöqvist 20 SWE 8.64  
5T Ingrid Larsen 20 DEN 8.64  
5T Magdalene Epply-Staudinger 21 AUT 8.64  
   

 

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