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Gary Tobian

Full name: Gary Milburn Tobian
Gender: Male
Height: 6-0 (183 cm)
Weight: 161 lbs (73 kg)
Born: August 14, 1935 in Detroit, Michigan, United States
Affiliations: LAAC, Los Angeles (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Diving

Medals: 1 Gold, 2 Silver (3 Total)

Biography

At the Rome Olympics, Gary Tobian gave the U.S. their ninth straight victory on the springboard with a victory over his teammate, Sam Hall. In 1959 Tobian, of the Los Angeles AC and [Southern Cal], was the Pan American Games springboard champion, after winning bronze at the 1955 Pan American Games in platform, and in 1960 he took the AAU platform title for the sixth straight year. He also won the AAU springboard, both indoors and out, in 1958.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving Men's Platform United States USA 2 Silver
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving Men's Springboard United States USA 1 Gold
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving Men's Platform United States USA 2 Silver

Men's Springboard

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS FP SFP DP SP
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Standings 1 170.00
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final 1 170.00 62.67
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals 2 QU 107.33 45.30
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying 2 QU 62.03
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #1 2 17.82
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #2 1 23.52
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #3 2 21.33
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #1 11T 12.41
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #2 5 11.05
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #3 1 21.84
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #1 2 12.46
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #2 2 16.72
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #3 7T 13.30
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #4 1 19.55

Men's Platform

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS FP SFP DP SP
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final Standings 2 152.41
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final 2 152.41 75.64
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying 4 QU 76.77
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final Round Dive #1 1 18.00
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final Round Dive #2 2 18.90
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final Round Dive #3 2 18.98
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Final Round Dive #4 2T 19.76
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #1 18 10.05
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #2 7 11.68
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #3 15 10.26
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #4 1T 14.63
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #5 12T 11.52
1956 Summer 21 Melbourne Diving United States Qualifying Dive #6 2 18.63
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Standings 2 165.25
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final 2 165.25 59.17
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals 1 QU 106.08 51.98
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying 4 QU 54.10
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #1 3 18.09
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #2 2 19.76
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Final Round Dive #3 2 21.32
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #1 2 14.04
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #2 2 17.94
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Semi-Finals Dive #3 1 20.00
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #1 13 11.25
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #2 9 12.64
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #3 3T 14.82
1960 Summer 25 Roma Diving United States Qualifying Dive #4 10 15.39
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