Diving at the 1994 Commonwealth Games

The diving competition at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada counted a total number of six medal events: three events for both men and women.

Contents

Men's results

1 metre springboard

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Jason Napper (CAN) 364.08
Med 2.png  Michael Murphy (AUS) 363.18
Med 3.png  Evan Stewart (ZIM) 357.78
4  Bob Morgan (WAL) 337.86
5  David Bédard (CAN) 324.39
6  Simon McCormack (AUS) 318.96
7  Tony Ally (ENG) 313.86
8  Lee-Jay Strifler (CAN) 311.52
9  Dean Pullar (AUS) 300.00
10  Mark Shipman (ENG) 297.36
11  Janaka Biyanwila (SRI) 290.70
12  Andrew Matthew (RSA) 263.40
11  Robert Costa (RSA) 262.86

3 metre springboard

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Michael Murphy (AUS) 671.76
Med 2.png  Evan Stewart (ZIM) 625.86
Med 3.png  Jason Napper (CAN) 625.86
4  David Bédard (CAN) 598.92
5  Lee-Jay Strifler (CAN) 572.85
6  Dean Pullar (AUS) 550.44
7  Tony Ally (ENG) 538.71
8  Mark Shipman (ENG) 532.29
9  Janaka Biyanwila (SRI) 516.06
10  Robert Costa (RSA) 457.89
11  Andrew Matthew (RSA) 429.90

10 metre platform

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Michael Murphy (AUS) 614.70
Med 2.png  Bob Morgan (WAL) 585.96
Med 3.png  Claude Villeneuve (CAN) 581.22
4  Tony Jasen (AUS) 555.39
5  Jeff Bacon (CAN) 554.40
6  Tony Ally (ENG) 530.76
7  Mark Shipman (ENG) 437.64
8  Janaka Biyanwila (SRI) 436.05

Women's results

1 metre springboard

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Annie Pelletier (CAN) 279.66
Med 2.png  Jodie Rogers (AUS) 252.72
Med 3.png  Mary DePiero (CAN) 245.34
4  Rachel Wilkes (AUS) 236.52
5  Tracy Cox (ZIM) 225.06
6  Kylie Walker (NZL) 218.46
7  Susan Ryan (ENG) 214.26
8  Debbie White (RSA) 209.82
9  Jane Smith (ENG) 197.13
10  Angela Clark (ZIM) 190.71
11  Victoria Stenning (ENG) 179.58

3 metre springboard

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Annie Pelletier (CAN) 529.86
Med 2.png  Paige Gordon (CAN) 529.08
Med 3.png  Jodie Rogers (AUS) 474.81
4  Vanessa Baker (AUS) 466.77
5  Tracy Cox (ZIM) 459.54
6  Mary DePiero (CAN) 437.16
7  Rachel Elizabeth (AUS) 425.85
8  Debbie White (RSA) 415.02
9  Kylie Walker (NZL) 408.30
10  Susan Ryan (ENG) 406.05
11  Angela Clark (ZIM) 378.93
12  Victoria Stenning (ENG) 378.15
13  Jane Smith (ENG) 340.47

10 metre platform

Rank Name Score
Med 1.png  Anne Montminy (CAN) 428.58
Med 2.png  Paige Gordon (CAN) 414.36
Med 3.png  Myriam Boileau (CAN) 411.21
4  Vyninka Arlow (AUS) 410.58
5  Bindi Mansfield (AUS) 382.68
6  Lesley Ward (ENG) 382.50
7  Hayley Allen (ENG) 375.33
8  Vanessa Baker (AUS) 374.31
9  Tania Paterson (NZL) 371.55
10  Sally Freeman (ENG) 339.81

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