Diving at the 2003 Pan American Games

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The Diving Competition for men and women at the 2003 Pan American Games was held from August 6 to August 10, 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. There were four events each for men and women, after the inclusion of the Synchronized Springboard and Synchronized Platform events.

Men's competition[edit]

3m Springboard[edit]

  • Held on Thursday August 7[1]
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Alexandre Despatie (CAN) 683.19
Silver medal america.svg  Fernando Platas (MEX) 675.48
Bronze medal america.svg  Troy Dumais (USA) 627.42
4.  César Castro (BRA) 610.56
5.  Jorge Betancourt (CUB) 609.57
6.  Mark Ruiz (USA) 608.16
7.  Arturo Miranda (CAN) 586.77
8.  Joel Rodriguez (MEX) 585.93
9.  Erick Fornaris (CUB) 583.62
10.  Ramon Fumado (VEN) 573.03
11.  Juan Urán (COL) 571.02
12.  Cassius Duran (BRA) 563.58
13.  Luis Villarroel (VEN) 529.29
14.  Johny Vera (COL) 483.03

10m Platform[edit]

  • Held on Saturday August 9
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Rommel Pacheco (MEX)[2] 667.86
Silver medal america.svg  Cassius Duran (BRA) 634.59
Bronze medal america.svg  Alexandre Despatie (CAN) 626.37
4.  Justin Dumais (USA) 625.86
5.  Erick Fornaris (CUB) 610.68
6.  Mark Ruiz (USA) 609.51
7.  Jesús Aballi (CUB) 593.70
8.  Juan Urán (COL) 558.54
9.  Christopher Kalec (CAN) 551.55
10.  Ubirajara Barbosa (BRA) 531.90
11.  Johny Vera (COL) 456.90

3m Synchronized Springboard[edit]

RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Alexandre Despatie
Philippe Comtois
317.40
Silver medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Erick Fornaris
Jorge Betancourt
313.83
Bronze medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Troy Dumais
Justin Dumais
313.35
4.  Mexico (MEX)
Fernando Platas
Joel Rodríguez
309.96
5.  Brazil (BRA)
César Castro
Cassius Duran
302.91
6.  Venezuela (VEN)
Ramón Fumado
Luis Villaroel
300.12

10m Synchronized Platform[edit]

  • Held on Friday August 8
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Alexandre Despatie
Philippe Comtois
340.44
Silver medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Fernando Platas
Rommel Pacheco
327.09
Bronze medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Kyle Prandi
Mark Ruiz
320.52
4.  Cuba (CUB)
Erick Fornaris
Jorge Betancourt
312.90

Women's competition[edit]

3m Springboard[edit]

  • Held on Friday August 8[3]
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Blythe Hartley (CAN) 504.63
Silver medal america.svg  Émilie Heymans (CAN) 502.17
Bronze medal america.svg  Juliana Veloso (BRA) 482.22
4.  Laura Sánchez (MEX) 478.29
5.  Michelle Davison (USA) 469.29
6.  Iohana Cruz (CUB) 452.25
7.  Sara Hildebrand (USA) 449.73
8.  Jashia Luna (MEX) 448.56
9.  Angelique Rodriguez (PUR) 437.34
10.  Diana Pineda (COL) 423.81
11.  Milena Sae (BRA) 386.55
12.  Katura Horton-Perinchief (BER) 383.76
13.  Carolyn Gutiérrez (DOM) 305.13

10m Platform[edit]

RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Émilie Heymans (CAN) 568.44
Silver medal america.svg  Juliana Veloso (BRA)[4] 503.85
Bronze medal america.svg  Blythe Hartley (CAN) 474.81
4.  Angelique Rodríguez (PUR) 470.64
5.  Laura Wilkinson (USA) 453.99
6.  Sara Hilldebrand (USA) 450.09
7.  Jashia Luna (MEX) 441.72
8.  Paola Espinosa (MEX) 431.43
9.  Diana Pineda (COL) 418.05
10.  Yolanda Ortiz (CUB) 416.04
11.  Carolyn Gutiérrez (DOM) 301.71
12.  Katura Horton-Perinchief (BER) 299.91

3m Springboard Synchronized[edit]

  • Held on Sunday August 10
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Émilie Heymans
Blythe Hartley
298.62
Silver medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Laura Sánchez
Paola Espinosa
275.70
Bronze medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Sara Hildebrand
Cassandra Cardinell
250.50
4.  Cuba (CUB)
Iohana Cruz
Yolanda Ortíz
248.55
5.  Brazil (BRA)
Juliana Veloso
Milena Sae
222.96

10m Synchronized Platform[edit]

  • Held on Thursday August 7
RANK FINAL SCORE
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Émilie Heymans
Marie-Ève Marleau
310.95
Silver medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Laura Sánchez
Paola Espinosa
278.70
Bronze medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Iohana Cruz
Yolanda Ortíz
264.78
4.  United States (USA)
Sara Hildebrand
Cassandra Cardinell
262.32
5.  Brazil (BRA)
Milena Sae
Juliana Veloso
219.99

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  Canada (CAN) 7 1 2 10
2  Mexico (MEX) 1 4 0 5
3  Brazil (BRA) 0 2 1 3
4  Cuba (CUB) 0 1 1 2
5  United States (USA) 0 0 4 4
Total 6 6 6 18

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pan American Games" (PDF). USA Diving. 2003-08-08. Retrieved 2012-06-26. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Clavados femeninos". La Crónica de Hoy (in Spanish). Crónica/NTX. 2003-08-07. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  3. ^ "Juliana Veloso dio a Brasil el bronce". JIT Online (in Spanish). 2003-08-08. Retrieved 2012-06-26. [permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Clavados femeninos". La Hora (in Spanish). Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. AFP. 2003-08-07. Retrieved 2013-10-05.