Yu Zhuocheng

Zhuocheng Yu (Chinese余卓成, Pinyin Yu zhuocheng, born December 7, 1975) is a former Chinese diver. He started in the art of jumping from 1 -meter and 3 -meter board and in the 3 -meter synchronized diving. He won between 1994 and 1998 three world titles and an Olympic silver medal.

Yu Zhuocheng experienced his international breakthrough in 1994. At the Asian Games in Hiroshima, he won silver on three -meter board at the World Championships in Rome, he was in the same competition for the first time world champion. He was the first Chinese world champion in springboard diving and the youngest title holder from the 3 -meter board.

He participated in the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. From the 3 -meter board, he won the silver medal behind compatriot Xiong Ni. Two years later, Yu Zhuocheng denied in Perth its second World Cup. He won the 1 -meter board and Hao Xu in 3 -meter synchronized diving gold medal each. After the Asian Games in Bangkok, where he won silver from the 3 -meter board again, Yu Zhuocheng ended his active career.