Adam Peterson Claims Top Spot In One-Meter Diving Event At Bruin Invite

Jan. 17, 2003

Los Angeles, Calif. - Stanford sophomore diver Adam Peterson took first place in the men's one-meter event with his score of 587.95 on the first day of competition at the Bruin Invitational in Los Angeles, Calif. Teammate Gavin Olmstead finished third (536.10) as the Cardinal took two of the top three spots. USC's Ray Vincent finished second (566.15).

Stanford's Jeff Durbin placed fifth (463.05) to round out the trio of Cardinal divers.

Competition wraps up tomorrow with the men's three-meter event beginnning at 12:30 p.m. The combined (men/women) platform event will start at 3 p.m.

Men 1m Finals1	587.95	Adam Peterson	Stanford2	566.15	Ray Vincent	USC3	536.10	Gavin Olmstead	Stanford4	530.35	Anton Slobovnov	UC Irvine5	463.05	Jeff Durbin	Stanford6	234.50	Justin Curtin	USC

Men 1m Prelim1 296.45 Adam Peterson Stanford2 283.15 Ray Vincent USC3 261.70 Anton Slobovnov UC Irvine4 260.25 Gavin Olmstead Stanford5 223.40 Jeff Durbin Stanford6 115.95 Justin Curtin USC

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