Diving at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Women's 10 metre platform

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Women's 10 metre platform
at the Games of the XIX Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    Czechoslovakia
Silver medal    Soviet Union
Bronze medal    United States
«1964 1972»
Diving at the
1968 Summer Olympics
Diving pictogram.svg
3 m springboard   men   women
10 m platform   men   women

The women's 10 metre platform, also reported as high diving or platform diving, was one of four diving events on the Diving at the 1968 Summer Olympics programme.

The competition was split into two phases:

  1. Preliminary round (22 October)
    Divers performed three compulsory dives with limited degrees of difficulty and one voluntary dive without limits. The twelve divers with the highest scores advanced to the final.
  2. Final (23 October)
    Divers performed one compulsory dive with a limited degree of difficulty and two voluntary dives without limits. The final ranking was determined by the combined score with the preliminary round.

Results[edit]

Rank Diver Preliminary Final
Points Rank Points Rank Total
Med 1.png  Milena Duchková (TCH) 51.61 3 57.98 1 109.59
Med 2.png  Natalya Lobanova (URS) 53.80 1 51.34 3 105.14
Med 3.png  Ann Peterson (USA) 52.14 2 48.97 4 101.11
4  Beverly Boys (CAN) 44.65 11 53.32 2 97.97
5  Bogusława Pietkiewicz (POL) 49.53 4 45.56 8 95.09
6  Regina Krause (FRG) 46.77 8 46.31 7 93.08
7  Keiko Osaki (JPN) 45.66 10 47.42 5 93.08
8  Nancy Robertson (CAN) 44.10 12 46.56 3 90.66
9  Ingeborg Pertmayr (AUT) 48.23 5 41.20 9 89.43
10  Barbara Talmage (USA) 47.09 7 40.20 10 87.29
11  Ingeborg Busch (FRG) 47.22 6 38.09 11 85.31
12  Mandi Haswell (GBR) 45.72 9 36.61 12 82.33
13  Bertha Baraldi (MEX) 47.74 13
14  Galina Alekseyeva (URS) 47.31 14
15  Elzbieta Wierniuk (POL) 47.26 15
16  Dora Hernández (MEX) 46.96 16
17  Tarja Liljeström (FIN) 46.39 17
18  Robyn Bradshaw (AUS) 45.58 18
19  Sylvia Fiedler (GDR) 43.35 19
20  Lesley Bush (USA) 43.72 20
21  Bruna Rossi (ITA) 43.54 21
22  Nataliya Karpukhina (URS) 43.52 22
23  Claudia Reiche (GDR) 41.02 23
24  Park Chung-Cha (KOR) 39.03 24

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