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Biography

Barnett Steven John

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 15/06/1979
Gender Men
Height (m / in) 1.75/5'8''
Weight (kg / lbs) 0/0
Events Inscribed   Aquatics Diving Men's 3m Springboard
Aquatics Diving Men's 1m Springboard
Member of Australia Aquatics Diving Men's Synchronised 3m Springboard
Medals Won BRONZE Medal BRONZE -  Men's 1m Springboard
BRONZE Medal BRONZE -  Men's 3m Springboard

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
22 Mar
10:00
SAD Men's 1m Springboard
Preliminary
Australia Flag AUS  - Barnett Steven John (3) 377.10 Completed
22 Mar
19:00
SAD Men's 1m Springboard
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - Barnett Steven John (3) 777.85 Completed
23 Mar
10:00
SAD Men's 3m Springboard
Preliminary
Australia Flag AUS  - Barnett Steven John (4) 428.25 Completed
23 Mar
19:00
SAD Men's 3m Springboard
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - Barnett Steven John (3) 869.40 Completed

Place Of Birth Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Residence Abbotsford, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation Student
Coach Salvador Sobrino
Club Barnett Divers
Influential Person Michael Murphy
Idol John Eales
Recent Results 12th FINA Diving Grand Prix (Sydney, Australia, Feb-2006)
8th in the 3m Springboard
2nd in the 3m Synchronised Springboard (Newbery)

FINA World Championships (Montreal, Jul-2005)
4th in the 3m Synchronised Springboard
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
Bronze in the 1m Springboard
5th in the 3m Springboard
Olympic
Games History
Athens 2004
16th in the 3m Springboard
Bronze in the 3m Synchronised Springboard
Other World Ranking:
10th in the 3m Springboard (2005)

Steven is a car enthusiast and has competed in several drag car meets.

He is also a keen golfer and was the C grade Club Champion at Gainsborough Greens in Queensland. He played off 17 in 2003.

As both his parents are divers, he was on the diving boards by the age of four.

He was a scholarship holder with the New South Wales Institute of Sport until he joined the Australian Institute of Sport in May 1999. Prior to moving to the AIS in Brisbane, Steven worked with his father in their diving boards business.

His proudest moment in diving was winning a bronze medal in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games in the men's 3m Synchronised Springboard with Robert Newbery.

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