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Arthur Stott

Full name: Arthur Harling Stott
Gender: Male
Born: November 21, 1909 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Died: August 25, 1993 in Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Country: CAN Canada
Sport: Diving

Biography

Arthur Stott’s diving career during the 1930s was short-lived, but successful. He obtained his bachelors of arts in 1930 from Victoria College, British Columbia, a two-year college that was, at the time, affiliated with the University of British Columbia and is now considered the precursor to the province’s University of Victoria. Shortly thereafter he attended the inaugural British Empire Games in Hamilton, Ontario and won a bronze medal in the 3m springboard event. Two years later he found himself in the same competition, this time at the 1932 Summer Olympics, where he place eleventh in a field of thirteen participants. He soon retired from active competition and, after his marriage in October 1934, settled down to a quiet, private life that lasted until his death in August 1993 from a ruptured aortic aneurysm.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Men's Springboard Canada CAN 11

Men's Springboard

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS DP SP
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Final Standings 11 110.22
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #1 10 9.80
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #2 9 11.20
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #3 10 11.88
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #4 7 11.20
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #5 9T 10.26
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #6 9 13.60
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #7 11 8.82
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #8 10 21.00
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #9 10 32.88
1932 Summer 22 Los Angeles Diving Canada Dive #10 10 44.08
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