Diving at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's 3 metre springboard

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Men's 3 metre springboard
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Swimming Stadium Tourelles
Dates July 16 (semifinals)
July 17 (final)
Competitors 17 from 9 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    United States
«1920 1928»
Diving at the
1924 Summer Olympics
Diving pictogram.svg
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women
Plain high diving   men  

The men's 3 metre springboard, also reported as plongeons du tremplin (English: trampoline diving), was one of five diving events on the diving at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was actually held from both 3 metre and 1 metre boards. Divers performed six compulsory dives - standing backward plain dive, standing forward dive with twist, standing inward piked dive with twist, standing reverse piked dive, standing reverse plain dive with twist (3 metre board) and a standing forward somersault piked dive (1 metre board) - two jury-drawn dives and four dives of the competitor's choice for a total of twelve dives. The competition was held on Wednesday July 16, 1924 and Thursday July 17, 1924.

Seventeen divers from nine nations competed.

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

The three divers who scored the smallest number of points in each group of the first round advanced to the final.

Group 1

Place Diver Points Score
1  Clarence Pinkston (USA) 5 672
2  Dick Eve (AUS) 13 522.3
3  Curt Sjöberg (SWE) 15 523
4  Rémy Weil (FRA) 18 497.9
5  Henk Lotgering (NED) 25 459.2
6  Eric MacDonald (GBR) 29 433.2

Group 2

Place Diver Points Score
1  Albert White (USA) 5 681.9
2  Adolf Hellquist (SWE) 13 494.5
3  Henk Hemsing (NED) 14 455.2
4  Gregory Matveieff (GBR) 21 414.1
5  Antoine Jacob (FRA) 23 425.4
6  Arthur Bischoff (SUI) 29 385

Group 3

Place Diver Points Score
1  Pete Desjardins (USA) 5 662.8
2  Edmund Lindmark (SWE) 10 557
3  Julius Balasz (TCH) 16 488
4  Paul Raeth (FRA) 19 455.5
5  Atte Lindqvist (FIN) 25 398.8

Final[edit]

Place Diver Points Score
1  Albert White (USA) 7 696.4
2  Pete Desjardins (USA) 8 693.2
3  Clarence Pinkston (USA) 15 653
4  Edmund Lindmark (SWE) 22 599.1
5  Dick Eve (AUS) 26 564.3
6  Adolf Hellquist (SWE) 30 544.9
7  Curt Sjöberg (SWE) 34 538.3
8  Henk Hemsing (NED) 39 490.8
9  Julius Balasz (TCH) 44 463.1

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