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Biography

Newbery Chantelle Lee

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 06/05/1977
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.53/5'0''
Weight (kg / lbs) 0/0
Events Inscribed   Aquatics Diving Women's 3m Springboard
Aquatics Diving Women's 10m Platform
Member of Australia Aquatics Diving Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard
Member of Australia Aquatics Diving Women's Synchronised 10m Platform
Medals Won SILVER Medal SILVER -  Women's 10m Platform
SILVER Medal SILVER -  Women's 3m Springboard

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
23 Mar
11:31
SAD Women's 10m Platform
Preliminary
Australia Flag AUS  - Newbery Chantelle Lee (2) 366.85 Completed
23 Mar
20:44
SAD Women's 10m Platform
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - Newbery Chantelle Lee (2) 733.55 Completed
25 Mar
10:00
SAD Women's 3m Springboard
Preliminary
Australia Flag AUS  - Newbery Chantelle Lee (2) 325.15 Completed
25 Mar
19:00
SAD Women's 3m Springboard
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - Newbery Chantelle Lee (2) 681.30 Completed

Place Of Birth Melbourne, Australia
Residence Brisbane, Australia
Marital Status Married (husband fellow Australian diver Robert, child Jet)
Occupation Athlete and mother
Coach Hui Tong, Wang Tong Xiang
Club MELAM Diving Club/AIS, Chandler
Idol Michael Murphy
Recent Results FINA World Championships (Montreal, Jul-2005)
7th in the 10m Platform
2nd in the 10m Synchronised Platform
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
did not compete

Kuala Lumpur 1998
Gold in the 1m Springboard
Silver in the 3m Springboard
Olympic
Games History
Athens 2004
Bronze in the 3m Synchronised Springboard
Gold in the 10m Platform

Sydney 2000
7th in the 3m Springboard
4th in the 3m Synchronised Springboard
Other World Ranking:
22nd in the 10m Platform (2005)

Chantelle was the first Australian to win a medal at the Goodwill Games and first Australian female to win gold in diving at the Commonwealth Games.

She began diving when she was 12 and at 16 represented Australia in both tumbling and diving.

She took time off diving in 2001 and in January the following year, she and Robert welcomed their son Jet into the world.

Her proudest moment in diving was winning bronze in the 1998 Swimming World Championships.

She was awarded the Australian Institute of Sport Diving Athlete of the Year for 1998, and was named Australian Diving Association Female Diver of the Year in 1997, 1998 and 1999.

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