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Nickname(s)  Britt
Sport  Diving
Height  1.63 m
Country  Australia
Role  Olympic athlete

Residence  Gold Coast
Name  Brittany Broben
Nationality  Australia
Event(s)  10 m platform diver
Weight  52 kg
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Born  23 November 1995 (age 27) (1995-11-23) Gold Coast, Queensland
Education  Marymount College, Gold Coast
Olympic medals  Diving at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's 10 metre platform

Similar  Yulia Prokopchuk, Pandelela Rinong, Chen Ruolin

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Brittany Broben (born 23 November 1995) is a former Australian diver. She won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics in the 10 m platform diving event with a score of 366.50, behind Chen Ruolin of China


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Nicknamed Britt, Broben was born on 23 November 1995 in Gold Coast, Queensland. She grew up in the Gold Coast of Queensland and still lives there as of June 2012. Brittany is a student at Marymount College, located in Burleigh Heads.

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Broben is 160 centimetres (63 in) tall and weighs 48 kilograms (106 lb).


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Broben is a 10 m platform diver. She has a diving scholarship with the Australian Institute of Sport. She trains at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre. As of 2012, she is coached by Xiangning Chen.

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At the 2008 Australian Open Championships, Broben earned first place in the 1 m and 3 m springboard events. At the 2009 Australian Junior Elite Championships, she finished first in the 10 metre platform. At the 2009 British Junior Elite Championships, she finished first in the 3 metre platform, second in the 10 metre platform and synchronised platform, and bronze in the 1 metre. At the 2010 World Junior Championships in Fort Lauderdale, she came in second in the Girls B 10 metre Platform event. At the 2010 Australian Open Championships, she finished first in the 10 metre platform. She competed in the 2011 FINA World Championships. That year, she competed at the 10 metre platform at the USA Grand Prix, Fort Lauderdale where she won a gold medal. She went on to earn a bronze medal at the 2011 Australian Open Championships in the 10 metre platform. She earned second place at the 2012 Australian Diving Championships in the 10 m platform.

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At the 2012 London Olympics, Broben won a silver medal in the 10 m platform diving event. She was sixteen years old at the time of the Games. Going into the Olympics, her training schedule started at 4:15am, where she and a parent would drive from the family home on the Gold Coast to the Brisbane Aquatic Centre where she trained.

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In October 2016, Broben announced her retirement from diving at the age of 20, due to a shoulder injury.

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