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Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (born July 26, 1944) is an American former competitive diver and diving coach. She was a gold medal winner at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the three meter springboard event. She was the dominant figure in women's diving in the United States from 1965 to 1972, winning 10 national championships, including both springboard and platform events. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, she was in first place in the three meter springboard event when she broke her left arm on the ninth dive; she completed the tenth dive, but finished in fourth place. In 1972, she made a comeback at the Munich Olympics, winning the gold medal in the three meter springboard event.

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  • Micki King (* 26. Juli 1944 in Pontiac, Michigan) ist eine ehemalige amerikanische Wasserspringerin. Sie nahm an zwei Olympischen Spielen teil und gewann dabei einmal eine Goldmedaille. (de)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (born July 26, 1944) is an American former competitive diver and diving coach. She was a gold medal winner at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the three meter springboard event. She was the dominant figure in women's diving in the United States from 1965 to 1972, winning 10 national championships, including both springboard and platform events. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, she was in first place in the three meter springboard event when she broke her left arm on the ninth dive; she completed the tenth dive, but finished in fourth place. In 1972, she made a comeback at the Munich Olympics, winning the gold medal in the three meter springboard event. King was a career officer in the United States Air Force from 1966 to 1992, retiring with the rank of colonel. She taught physical education and coached diving at the United States Air Force Academy, becoming the first woman to serve on the faculty of a U.S military academy and the first woman to coach a male athlete to an NCAA championship. She was named NCAA Division II Coach of the Year three times. From 1992 to 2006, King was assistant athletic director at the University of Kentucky. She was also the president of US Diving from 1990 to 1994. She has been inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame, the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame, the International Swimming Hall of Fame, and the University of Michigan Athletic Hall of Honor. (en)
  • Micki King (Pontiac (Míchigan), Estados Unidos, 26 de julio de 1944) es una clavadista o saltadora de trampolín estadounidense especializada en trampolín de 3 metros, donde consiguió ser campeona olímpica en 1972.​ (es)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (-Hogue) est une plongeuse américaine née le 26 juillet 1944 à Pontiac. (fr)
  • Maxine Joyce King, nota anche come Micki King (Pontiac, 26 luglio 1944), è un'ex tuffatrice statunitense. (it)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (ur. 26 lipca 1944) – amerykańska skoczkini do wody, złota medalistka olimpijska z Monachium. Brała udział w dwóch igrzyskach olimpijskich (IO 68, IO 72). W 1972 zdobyła złoto w skokach z trampoliny trzymetrowej, wyprzedzając Szwedkę Ulrikę Knape i Niemkę Marinę Janicke. W tej konkurencji zdobyła srebro igrzysk panamerykańskich w 1967 oraz cztery lata później. W 1978 została przyjęta do International Swimming Hall of Fame. (pl)
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  • Maxine Joyce King (en)
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  • King at the 1972 Olympics (en)
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  • Micki King Biography (en)
  • The Hellenic Ideals Program of the Bluegrass (en)
  • US Olympic Hall of Fame Class of 1992 (en)
  • Women's Sports Foundation: Micki King Profile (en)
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  • Micki King (* 26. Juli 1944 in Pontiac, Michigan) ist eine ehemalige amerikanische Wasserspringerin. Sie nahm an zwei Olympischen Spielen teil und gewann dabei einmal eine Goldmedaille. (de)
  • Micki King (Pontiac (Míchigan), Estados Unidos, 26 de julio de 1944) es una clavadista o saltadora de trampolín estadounidense especializada en trampolín de 3 metros, donde consiguió ser campeona olímpica en 1972.​ (es)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (-Hogue) est une plongeuse américaine née le 26 juillet 1944 à Pontiac. (fr)
  • Maxine Joyce King, nota anche come Micki King (Pontiac, 26 luglio 1944), è un'ex tuffatrice statunitense. (it)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (ur. 26 lipca 1944) – amerykańska skoczkini do wody, złota medalistka olimpijska z Monachium. Brała udział w dwóch igrzyskach olimpijskich (IO 68, IO 72). W 1972 zdobyła złoto w skokach z trampoliny trzymetrowej, wyprzedzając Szwedkę Ulrikę Knape i Niemkę Marinę Janicke. W tej konkurencji zdobyła srebro igrzysk panamerykańskich w 1967 oraz cztery lata później. W 1978 została przyjęta do International Swimming Hall of Fame. (pl)
  • Maxine Joyce "Micki" King (born July 26, 1944) is an American former competitive diver and diving coach. She was a gold medal winner at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the three meter springboard event. She was the dominant figure in women's diving in the United States from 1965 to 1972, winning 10 national championships, including both springboard and platform events. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, she was in first place in the three meter springboard event when she broke her left arm on the ninth dive; she completed the tenth dive, but finished in fourth place. In 1972, she made a comeback at the Munich Olympics, winning the gold medal in the three meter springboard event. (en)
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