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Iván García (diver)

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Nickname(s)  Pollo
Name  Ivan Garcia
Partner  German Sanchez
World Championships  -
Weight  55 kg

Olympic Games  -
Height  1.65 m
Country  Mexico
Role  Olympic athlete
Residence  Guadalajara, Mexico
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Full name  Ivan Alejandro Garcia Navarro
Born  25 October 1993 (age 22) (1993-10-25) Guadalajara, Mexico
Event(s)  Diving 10 m, 10 m synchro
Olympic medals  Diving at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men\'s synchronized 10 metre platform
Similar People  German Sanchez, David Boudia, Nick McCrory, Cao Yuan, Zhang Yanquan

Iván Alejandro García Navarro (born 25 October 1993) is a Mexican diver. He is nicknamed "Pollo" ("Chicken"). He competes in diving and represented Mexico at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.He won a silver medal in the 10m Synchronized Platform with his partner Germán Sánchez with a high score of 468.90. In the individual 10m Platform, García came the 7th with a score of 521.65.


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He won two gold medals in both the individual and synchronized 10m Platform in the 2011 Pan-American Games. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London García won the silver medal in the synchronized 10 metre platform diving, with his partner Germán Sánchez. At the 2015 Pan American Games, he retained the gold medal in the individual 10m platform back to back. In Rio 2016 he finished 10th on the individual platform.

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Technical Features

Iván García is a talented diver who can dive the most difficult dives all over the world. He has mastered a series of the most difficult dives since 2012. The dives which he uses now in the competition and their difficult degrees are respectively Forward 4½ Somersaults-Tuck 109C(3.7), Back 3½ Somersaults-Tuck 207C(3.3), Reverse 3½ Somersaults-Tuck 307C(3.4), Inward 4½ Somersaults-Tuck 409C(4.1), Forward 2½ Somersaults 3 Twists-Pike 5156B(3.8) and Armstand Back 2 Soms 2½ Twists-Free 6245D(3.6). The total difficult degrees of his dives are amazing 21.9, which is the world's greatest! Iván García is able to dive either the most difficult dive or the second most difficult dive in each of the six diving groups(forward, backward, reverse, inward, twisting and armstand groups). Among these dives,409C is the most difficult dive being used all over the world currently. In 2012 London Olympic Games, Iván García finished his difficult dives with his partner Germán Sánchez to an almost perfect extent, which awarded them a silver Olympic medal-the best performance of Mexicans in synchronized diving. However, due to the quite difficult dives, he cannot perform perfectly all the time. It is common for him to perform unsteadily.

Competitive history

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Iván García has turned to be a professional diver in 2009 in the FINA World Aquatics Championships. From then on, representing Mexico, he has been competing for FINA World Junior Diving Championships, FINA World Aquatics Championships, Youth Olympic Games, Olympic Games, FINA Diving World Cup, FINA Diving World Series, Pan American Games and Central American and Caribbean Games. He has won many medals of those competitions from 2010. He is an Olympic silver medalist in 2012 and a bronze medalist in YOG(Youth Olympic Games) in 2010. In the FINA Diving World Cup in 2014, he won his first medal in the individual 10m Platform in a world-class competition. What's more, he has won two gold medals in the Pan American Games in 2011, two gold medals in the Central American and Caribbean Games in 2010 and 2014.

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§Veracruz, MEX held two legs of 2010 FINA Diving World Series.
Guadalajara, MEX held two legs of 2013 FINA Diving World Series.
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