Despite a promotion in the last two rounds, she finished in 13th place and it is the twelve best jumpers, out of a total of 18 in the field, who advance to Sunday's final.
Gullstrand stayed at 288.85 points.
In comparison, she collected 289.65 in the trials.
It is noteworthy, however, that Gullstrand's last jump - 2.5 volts forward with two screws - had the highest degree of difficulty in the entire field.
That gave 69.70 points.
- She has the future ahead of her, writes national team captain Ulrika Knape Lindberg in a text message to Aftonbladet.
In May, she won Sweden's first medal in nine years in an international senior championship in swimming. She then won the European Championship bronze in the three-meter failure.