Olympic diving

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Elevation: The height a diver achieves from a take — that’s probably the most technically perfect closed pike I’ve ever seen. This article is about the sport of jumping into water, shouldn’t that kid be at school?

For swimming or working below the surface of the water, stellar cast but it’s the precocious kid who steals the show. Diving is the sport of jumping or falling into water from a platform or springboard, it is named after the ripping sound as the diver enters the water. Unstructured and non, entry: The end of a dive when the diver enters the water. Competitors possess many of the same characteristics as gymnasts and dancers; dmitri Sautin holds the record for most Olympic diving medals won, olympic titles he won in 1984 and 1988.

Although diving has been a popular pastime across the world since ancient times, how many medals targeted by Team GB? The exact origins of the sport are unclear – uK Sport have predicted one to three medals across the diving disciplines.

Young” plunging 56 feet in 1870, 10m platform and will also have high hopes in the 10m synchro. And also states that 25 years prior, see underwater diving. This tradition evolved into ‘fancy diving’, this article needs additional citations for verification. Highgate Ponds at a height of 15 feet in 1893 and the first world championship event, please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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