Diving at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

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Diving
at the 2022 Commonwealth Games
2022 Commonwealth Games Diving.svg
VenueSandwell Aquatics Centre
Dates4–8 August 2022
Competitors75 from 10 nations
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Diving is one of the sports contested at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, to be held in Birmingham, England. The sport has been staged in all twenty-one previous editions of the Games thus far,[1] and will be contested in England for the third time.

The competition is scheduled to take place between 4 and 8 August 2022, spread across twelve events, two more than in Gold Coast as mixed-sex 3 metre and 10 metre synchronised events are held for the first time. All individual events shall have preliminaries and finals, while synchronised events will be a straight final.[2]

Schedule

The competition schedule is as follows:[2]

P Preliminary round F Final
Date
Event
Thu 4 Fri 5 Sat 6 Sun 7 Mon 8
Session → A E M E M E M E M
Men's 1 m springboard P F
Men's 3 m springboard P F
Men's 10 m platform P F
Men's synchronised 3 m springboard F
Men's synchronised 10 m platform F
Women's 1 m springboard P F
Women's 3 m springboard P F
Women's 10 m platform P F
Women's synchronised 3 m springboard F
Women's synchronised 10 m platform F
Mixed synchronised 3 m springboard F
Mixed synchronised 10 m platform F

Venue

The diving competition will be held at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, the only new-build permanent venue constructed for the Games.[3] The swimming competition will also take place there.[4]

Medal summary

Medal table

  *   Host nation (England)

RankCGAGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 England*64515
2 Australia43310
3 Canada1236
4 Scotland1001
5 Malaysia0314
Totals (5 CGAs)12121236

Medalists

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard
details
Jack Laugher
 England
447.05 Li Shixin
 Australia
437.05 Jordan Houlden
 England
429.30
3 m springboard
details
Daniel Goodfellow
 England
484.45 Jordan Houlden
 England
465.15 Jack Laugher
 England
462.30
10 m platform
details
Cassiel Rousseau
 Australia
501.30 Rylan Wiens
 Canada
492.80 Matty Lee
 England
477.00
Synchronised 3 m springboard
details
 England
Jack Laugher
Anthony Harding
438.33  Malaysia
Muhammad Syafiq Puteh
Gabriel Gilbert Daim
376.77  Australia
Li Shixin
Sam Fricker
374.52
Synchronised 10 m platform
details
 England
Matty Lee
Noah Williams
429.78  Canada
Rylan Wiens
Nathan Zsombor-Murray
413.85  Australia
Domonic Bedggood
Cassiel Rousseau
412.56

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard
details
Mia Vallée
 Canada
291.85 Brittany O'Brien
 Australia
279.60 Amy Rollinson
 England
272.00
3 m springboard
details
Maddison Keeney
 Australia
348.95 Nur Dhabitah Sabri
 Malaysia
330.90 Mia Vallée
 Canada
329.25
10 m platform
details
Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix
 England
357.50 Lois Toulson
 England
337.30 Caeli McKay
 Canada
317.50
Synchronised 3 m springboard
details
 Australia
Maddison Keeney
Anabelle Smith
316.53  Malaysia
Ng Yan Yee
Nur Dhabitah Sabri
299.85  Canada
Margo Erlam
Mia Vallée
297.00
Synchronised 10 m platform
details
 Australia
Charli Petrov
Melissa Wu
306.00  England
Eden Cheng
Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix
298.86  England
Robyn Birch
Emily Martin
287.88

Mixed

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised 3 m springboard
details
 Scotland
James Heatly
Grace Reid
306.00  Australia
Li Shixin
Maddison Keeney
304.02  Malaysia
Muhammad Syafiq Puteh
Nur Dhabitah Sabri
299.04
Synchronised 10 m platform
details
 England
Noah Williams
Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix
333.06  England
Kyle Kothari
Lois Toulson
318.54  Australia
Cassiel Rousseau
Emily Boyd
309.60

Participating nations

There were ten participating Commonwealth Games Associations (CGAs) in diving with a total of 75 athletes (38 men and 37 women). The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Diving at the Commonwealth Games". Topend Sports Network. Archived from the original on 21 September 2020. Retrieved 17 June 2022.
  2. ^ a b "Competition Schedule". BOCCG. Archived from the original on 2 March 2022. Retrieved 17 June 2022.
  3. ^ Marshall, Jordan (13 December 2018). "Commonwealth Games aquatics centre design unveiled as architect on £60m project revealed". Building. Assemble Media Group. Archived from the original on 13 December 2018. Retrieved 17 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Venues | SANDWELL AQUATICS CENTRE". BOCCG. Archived from the original on 9 March 2022. Retrieved 17 June 2022.
  5. ^ "Diving Number of Entries by CGA" (PDF). www.results.birmingham2022.com. Birmingham Organizing Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. 3 August 2022. Retrieved 5 August 2022.

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