PALMER Krysta

13 Jun 1992
29
Female
1.68/5'6''
CARSON CITY, NV
 
United States of America

Events and Medals

Schedule

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Start Time Location Event Status
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
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Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished
Tokyo Aquatics Centre
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

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World Championships
YearLocation3m Springboard3m Synchro WTeam
2019Gwangju, KOR-10th (274.47)-
2017Budapest, HUN37th (216.70)-3rd (395.50)

World Cup
YearLocation3m SpringboardTeam
2018Wuhan, CHN5th (331.30)3rd (374.65)

World Series overview - Three best ranks per season and event since 2017
Year3m Springboard3m Synchro
20191 x 12th1 x 7th

Grand Prix overview - Three best ranks per season and event since 2017
Year3m Springboard3m Synchro
20191 x 5th1 x 1st
20181 x 3rd, 1 x 11th2 x 2nd, 1 x 3rd
20171 x 5th1 x 1st

World Series & Grand Prix - Ten best performances since 2017
RankYearEventCompetitionLocationResult
12019Synchronised 3m SpringboardGrand PrixMission Viejo, CA, USA294.39
12017Synchronised 3m SpringboardGrand PrixGold Coast, QLD, AUS261.00
22018Synchronised 3m SpringboardGrand PrixGold Coast, QLD, AUS252.90
22018Synchronised 3m SpringboardGrand PrixBolzano, ITA268.11
320183m SpringboardGrand PrixGold Coast, QLD, AUS296.75
32018Synchronised 3m SpringboardGrand PrixMadrid, ESP271.89
520193m SpringboardGrand PrixMission Viejo, CA, USA239.90
520173m SpringboardGrand PrixGold Coast, QLD, AUS264.25
72019Synchronised 3m SpringboardWorld SeriesBeijing, CHN252.45
1120183m SpringboardGrand PrixRostock, GER241.65


Legend
M - Men, W - Women, X - Mixed, DNS - Did Not Start, DSQ - Disqualified
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Athlete
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Kinesiology - University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA
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English
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Nevada Diving Club [Reno, NV, USA]
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Jianli You, CHN
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Her grandfather Norman Palmer competed for the US national ski team. (teamusa.org, 10 Jun 2021)
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She competed for the United States of America in trampolining, and was selected for the national junior team in 2007. (onherturf.nbcsports.com, 10 Jun 2021)
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Prior to her diving career she tore the patellar tendon in her left knee. She also tore the anterior cruciate ligament [ACL], medial collateral ligament [MCL], and lateral collateral ligament [LCL] in her right knee. (teamusa.org, 10 Jun 2021)
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She began diving at age 20. (nevadasportsnet.com, 11 Jun 2021)
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Her goal was to compete at the Olympic Games in gymnastics until a knee injury forced her to switch to trampolining. She then sustained a second knee injury and started diving following advice from a friend. "I didn't see myself being a diver at all. That first dive I did, I was like, 'Wow, this is something that I feel like I truly enjoy'." (onherturf.nbcsports.com, 10 Jun 2021)
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To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (Twitter profile, 30 Jun 2021)
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US diver Laura Wilkinson, Italian diver Tania Cagnotto. (nevadasportsnet.com, 11 Jun 2021; teamusa.org, 10 Jun 2021)
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She was named Mountain West Diver of the Year on two occasions while competing for the University of Nevada in Reno, United States of America. (rgj.com, 12 Jun 2021)
Legend
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Bronze Medal
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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