Diving at the Asian Games

Diving is a part of the Asian Games since the first edition of the continental sports event in 1951, when New Delhi hosted the Games.

Contents

Men's Events

1m Springboard

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1990 Beijing China Tan Liangde
China
China Wang Yijie
China
Japan Chimaki Yasuda
Japan
2006 Doha China Luo Yutong
China
China Qin Kai
China
Japan Ken Terauchi
Japan
2010 Guangzhou China He Min
China
China Qin Kai
China
Malaysia Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia

3m Springboard

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 New Delhi India K.P. Thakkar
India
India Ashu Dutt
India
Iran Taghi Askari
Iran
1954 Manila Israel Joav Raanan
Israel
Japan Katsuichi Mori
Japan
Japan Yutaka Baba
Japan
1958 Tokyo Japan Yutaka Baba
Japan
Japan Shohachi Sakamoto
Japan
Iran Manouchehr Fasihi
Iran
1962 Jakarta Japan Ryokei Okada
Japan
Japan Kazuo Tahara
Japan
Indonesia Billy Gomulia
Indonesia
1966 Bangkok Japan Yasuo Yamawaki
Japan
Japan Takashi Inoue
Japan
Indonesia Billy Gomulia
Indonesia
1970 Bangkok Japan Takashi Kioka
Japan
Indonesia Billy Gomulia
Indonesia
South Korea Song Jae-Woong
South Korea
1974 Tehran China Hsieh Tsaiming
China
South Korea Koo H.-S.
South Korea
China Liu Sui
China
1978 Bangkok China Wu Kuotsun
China
China Li Kongzheng
China
Japan Taizo Kawanami
Japan
1982 New Delhi China Li Kongzheng
China
China Tan Liangde
China
Japan Masashi Nakashima
Japan
1986 Seoul China Tan Liangde
China
China Xu Wenzhan
China
South Korea Lee Sun-Gee
South Korea
1990 Beijing China Tan Liangde
China
China Li Deliang
China
Chinese Taipei Lee Yuangming
Chinese Taipei
1994 Hiroshima China Wang Tianling
China
China Yu Zhuocheng
China
Japan Chimaki Yasuda
Japan
1998 Bangkok China Zhou Yilin
China
China Yu Zhuocheng
China
Thailand Suchart Pichi
Thailand
2002 Busan China Wang Tianling
China
China Wang Feng
China
Malaysia Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia
2006 Doha China He Chong
China
China Luo Yutong
China
Japan Ken Terauchi
Japan
2010 Guangzhou China He Chong
China
China Luo Yutong
China
Malaysia Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia

10m Platform

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 New Delhi India K.P. Thakkar
India
Iran Taghi Askari
Iran
India T.T. Dand
India
1954 Manila Japan Katsuichi Mori
Japan
Israel Joav Raanan
Israel
India K.P. Thakkar
India
1958 Tokyo Japan Ryo Baba
Japan
Japan Toshio Yamano
Japan
Iran Hassan Azami
Iran
1962 Jakarta Japan Ryokei Okada
Japan
Japan H. Taniguchi
Japan
South Korea Cho Chang-Je
South Korea
1966 Bangkok Japan Yosuke Arimitsu
Japan
Japan Yasuo Yamawaki
Japan
South Korea Song Jae-Ung
South Korea
1970 Bangkok South Korea Song Jae-Woong
South Korea
Japan Toshio Otsubo
Japan
Japan Toshiaki Hayashi
Japan
1974 Tehran China Li Kongzheng
China
China Tu Tu
China
Japan T. Kimura
Japan
1978 Bangkok China Liu Henglin
China
China Li Hongping
China
Japan Taizo Kawanami
Japan
1982 New Delhi China Tong Hui
China
China Zhang Ting
China
Japan Masashi Nakashima
Japan
1986 Seoul China Tong Hui
China
China Tu Junhui
China
Japan Keita Kaneto
Japan
1990 Beijing China Sun Shuwei
China
China Xiong Ni
China
Japan Keita Kaneto
Japan
1994 Hiroshima China Sun Shuwei
China
China Xiao Hailiang
China
Japan Keita Kaneto
Japan
1998 Bangkok China Tian Liang
China
China Qiang Huang
China
Thailand Suchart Pichi
Thailand
2002 Busan China Tian Liang
China
China Xu Xiang
China
South Korea Jo Chol-Ryong
North Korea
2006 Doha China Lin Yue
China
China Zhou Lüxin
China
South Korea Kim Chon-Man
North Korea
2010 Guangzhou China Cao Yuan
China
China Huo Liang
China
Malaysia Bryan Nickson Lomas
Malaysia

3m Springboard Synchronized

Event Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Busan China Peng Bo/Wang Kenan
China
South Korea Kwon Kyung-Min/Cho Kwan-Hoon
South Korea
Malaysia Roslan Rossharisham/Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia
2006 Doha China Wang Feng/He Chong
China
Malaysia Roslan Rossharisham/Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia
South Korea Kwon Kyung-Min/Cho Kwan-Hoon
South Korea
2010 Guangzhou China Luo Yutong/Qin Kai
China
Malaysia Bryan Nickson Lomas/Yeoh Ken Nee
Malaysia
South Korea Park Ji-Ho/Son Seong-Chel
South Korea

10m Platform Synchronized

Event Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Busan China Hu Jia/Xu Hao
China
North Korea Ri Jong-Nam/Jo Chol-Ryong
North Korea
South Korea Kwon Kyung-Min/Cho Kwan-Hoon
South Korea
2006 Doha China Lin Yue/Huo Liang
China
North Korea Ri Jong-Nam/Kim Chon-Man
North Korea
South Korea Kwon Kyung-Min/Cho Kwan-Hoon
South Korea
2010 Guangzhou China Yang Liguang/Zhou Luxin
China
Malaysia Bryan Nickson Lomas/Ooi Tze Liang
Malaysia
North Korea Kim Chon Man/So Myong Hyok
North Korea

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1990 Beijing  China  Japan  North Korea

Women's Events

1m Springboard

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1990 Beijing China Gao Min
China
China Xu Yiaoling
China
Japan Yuki Motobuchi
Japan
2006 Doha China Wu Minxia
China
China He Zi
China
Malaysia Elizabeth Jimie
Malaysia
2010 Guangzhou China Wu Minxia
China
China Zheng Shuangxue
China
Malaysia CHEONG Jun Hoong
Malaysia

3m Springboard

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1954 Manila Japan Masami Miyamoto
Japan
Japan Shuko Sakaguchi
Japan
Japan Kanoko Tsutani
Japan
1958 Tokyo Japan Kanoko Tsutani
Japan
Japan Sakuko Kadokura
Japan
Republic of China Taisia Yastreboff
China
1962 Jakarta Indonesia Lanny Gumulja
Indonesia
Japan Sakuko Kadokura
Japan
Japan Kayoko Tomoe
Japan
1966 Bangkok Japan Keiko Osaki
Japan
Japan Nobuyo Ishikuro
Japan
Philippines Connie Paredes
Philippines
1970 Bangkok Japan Kanoko Mabuchi
Japan
Japan Yoko Arimitsu
Japan
Indonesia Mirnawati Hardjolukito
Indonesia
1974 Tehran China Zhong Shaozhen
China
China Sung Wan Chong
China
Japan Kanoko Mabuchi
Japan
1978 Bangkok China Chin Shihmei
China
China Chun Pengyuan
China
Japan Rikiko Yamanaka
Japan
1982 New Delhi China Li Yihua
China
China Tan Shuping
China
Japan Yoshino Mabuchi
Japan
1986 Seoul China Zhang Yuping
China
China Li Qiaoxian
China
Japan Yuki Motobuchi
Japan
1990 Beijing China Gao Min
China
China Zhang Yuping
China
Japan Yuki Motobuchi
Japan
1994 Hiroshima China Tan Shuping
China
China Fu Mingxia
China
Japan Yuki Motobuchi
Japan
1998 Bangkok China Guo Jingjing
China
China Lan Yang
China
Kazakhstan Irina Vyguzova
Kazakhstan
2002 Busan China Guo Jingjing
China
China Wu Minxia
China
Japan Ryoko Nishii
Japan
2006 Doha China Wu Minxia
China
China He Zi
China
Malaysia Leong Mun Yee
Malaysia
2010 Guangzhou China He Zi
China
China Shi Tingmao
China
Macau Choi Sut Ian
Macau, China

10m Platform

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1954 Manila Japan Masami Miyamoto
Japan
Japan Shuko Sakaguchi
Japan
Japan Kanoko Tsutani
Japan
1958 Tokyo Japan Kumika Watanabe
Japan
Japan Masami Miyamoto
Japan
1962 Jakarta Japan Kayoko Tomoe
Japan
Japan Sakuko Kadokura
Japan
Indonesia Lanny Gumulja
Indonesia
1966 Bangkok Japan Keiko Osaki
Japan
Japan Nobuyo Ishikuro
Japan
South Korea Kim Young-Chae
South Korea
1970 Bangkok Japan Yoko Arimitsu
Japan
South Korea Kim Young-Chae
South Korea
Thailand Tasanee Srivipat
Thailand
1974 Tehran China Zhong Shaozhen
China
Japan Fusako Kakumaru
Japan
China Lao S.
China
1978 Bangkok China Chen Xiaoxia
China
China Yu Tsienli
China
Japan Rikiko Yamanaka
Japan
1982 New Delhi China Lu Wei
China
China Zhou Jihong
China
Japan Yoshino Mabuchi
Japan
1986 Seoul China Lu Wei
China
China Xu Yanmei
China
Japan Yayoi Kihara
Japan
1990 Beijing China Xu Yanmei
China
North Korea Kim Chun-Ok
North Korea
China Fu Mingxia
China
1994 Hiroshima China Chi Bin
China
China Wang Rui
China
Kazakhstan Natalya Chikina
Kazakhstan
1998 Bangkok China Cai Yuyan
China
China Li Na
China
North Korea Choe Myong-Hwa
North Korea
2002 Busan China Lao Lishi
China
China Li Na
China
North Korea Kim Kyong-Ju
North Korea
2006 Doha China Wang Xin
China
China Chen Ruolin
China
North Korea Hong In-Sun
North Korea
2010 Guangzhou China Hu Yadan
China
China Wang Hao
China
Malaysia Pandelela Rinong Pamg
Malaysia

3m Springboard Synchronized

Event Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Busan China Guo Jingjing/Wu Minxia
China
South Korea Kang Min-Kyung/Im Sung-Young
South Korea
Malaysia Leong Mun Yee/Farah Begum Abdullah
Malaysia
2006 Doha China Guo Jingjing/Li Ting
China
Japan Misako Yamashita/Ryoko Nishii
Japan
Malaysia Leong Mun Yee/Elizabeth Jimie
Malaysia
2010 Guangzhou China Shi Tingmao/Wang Han
China
Malaysia Leong Mun Yee/Ng Yan Yee
Malaysia
Japan Nakagawa Mai/Shibusawa Sayaka
Japan

10m Platform Synchronized

Event Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Busan China Duan Qing/Li Ting
China
North Korea Kim Kyong-Ju/Jon Hyon-Ju
North Korea
Japan Emi Otsuki/Takiri Miyazaki
Japan
2006 Doha China Jia Tong/Chen Ruolin
China
Japan Misako Yamashita/Mai Nakagawa
Japan
North Korea Hong In-Sun/Choe Kum-Hui
North Korea
2010 Guangzhou China Chen Ruolin/Wang Hao
China
Malaysia Leong Mun Yee/Pandelela Rinong Pamg
Malaysia
North Korea Choe Kum Hui/Kim Un Hyang
North Korea

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1990 Beijing  China  North Korea  Japan

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