P. Ware Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Diver P. Ware was born in Canada on February 12, 1993. For synchronised diving, she is partnered with Jennifer Abel at the moment.

P. Ware won the synchronised 3 m event with Abel and also took home the bronze individually in the 3 m at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships.

She finished second to Abel to win the silver medal in the 3 m springboard event at the 2015 Pan American Games.

Pamela Ware Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

P. Ware’s Tokyo Olympics Dive That Scored 0.0 Remembered

One of the largest sporting events of the year is the Olympics, which offers us weeks of pleasure across a variety of events and disciplines.

The Summer Games are held every four years, and due to COVID, there is a five-year gap before the Tokyo Olympics after Rio 2016. Instead of the advertised 2020, they happened in 2021.

When it eventually happened, there were lots of memorable moments as the athletes finally had the chance to participate.

The opportunity to represent your nation on the biggest stage in the world is the highlight of any athlete’s career.

But because it only occurs every four years, there aren’t many opportunities to do so.

P. Ware’s Failed Dive That Earned Her a 0.0

P. Ware, a diver from Canada, unable to recover from a mistake on her hardest dive of the evening.

Unfortunately for P. Ware, her final attempt in the women’s 3m springboard qualifying round earlier this week in Tokyo was the most challenging dive of the evening and the one that led to her error.

Evidently, it left a lasting impression on the judges since they gave P. Ware a 0.0 for the dive, therefore terminating her night and her Olympic career as she came in last place.


The Olympian who caused the most widespread embarrassment during the Tokyo Olympics so far has responded to the world’s laughing with the utmost grace.

Following a pin-drop into the pool at the aquatic centre, Canadian diver P. Ware scored a 0.0 in the women’s 3m springboard semi-final this week.

Prior to her 3.5 difficulty dive, the 28-year-old made a mistake and dove in feet first.

As a result, the bronze medallist in the 2013 World Aquatics Championships executed a pencil jump directly into the pool and received a 0.0.