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FINA Diving World Cup

FINA Diving World Cup

FINA Diving World Cup

The FINA Diving World Cup is an international diving competition established in 1979.

Venues: 1979 The Woodlands (USA), 1981 Mexico City (MEX), 1983 The Woodlands (USA), 1985 Shanghai (CHN), 1987 Amersfoort (NED), 1989 Indianapolis (USA), 1991 Winnipeg (CAN), 1993 Beijing (CHN), 1995 Atlanta (USA), 1997 Mexico City (MEX), 1999 Wellington (NZL), 2000 Sydney (AUS), 2002 Seville (ESP), 2004 Athens (GRE)

See also


2006 FINA Diving World Cup

The 15th competition was held in Beijing, China from July 19th to July 23th 2006

Men's 1m springboard

Held on July 19

Men's 3m springboard

Held on July 20

  • 1 Kai Qin CHN 538.50
  • 2 Dobroskok Alexander RUS 475.65
  • 3 Dumais Troy USA 475.15
  • 4 Colwill Chris USA 472.80
  • 5 Chong He CHN 468.65
  • 6 Terauchi Ken JAP 468.15

Men's synchronized diving 3m

Held on July 21

  • 1 China CHN
  • 2 United States USA
  • 3 Germany GER
  • 4 Malaisia MAL
  • 5 Ukraine UKR
  • 6 South Korea KOR
  • 7 Philippines PHI
  • 8 Egyptia EGY

Men's 10m platform

Held on July 22

  • 1 Luxin Zhou CHN 567.65
  • 2 Yue Lin CHN 558.20
  • 3 Kravchenko Alexy RUS 477.20
  • 4 Nam-ri Jong PRK 461.45
  • 5 Mitcham Matthew AUS 457.50
  • 6 Jones Gareth GBR 410.95

Men's synchronized diving 10m platform

Held on July 23

  • 1 China CHN
  • 2 United States USA
  • 3 South Korea KOR
  • 4 Russia RUS
  • 5 Germany GER
  • 6 North Korea PRK
  • 7 Ukraine UKR
  • 8 Brazil BRA
  • 9 Philippines PHI
  • 10 Great Britain GBR
  • 11 Canada CAN

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