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Olympic Diving Rules, Requirements and Judging - About.com
The rules used for judging and scoring an Olympic diving contest are dictated by FINA, the international governing body for the aquatics and the body that ...
http://diving.about.com/od/olympics/a/OlyDivRules.htm
Springboard and Platform Diving Rules and Requirements
Springboard and platform diving rules and requirements including high school competitions, collegiate competitions, USA Diving and Amateur Athletic Union ...
http://diving.about.com/od/rules/
Judging Competitive Diving - Springboard Diving Rules - About.com
Judging a springboard or platform diving contest begins with an understanding of the scoring system and the five basic elements of a dive: The Starting Position, ...
http://diving.about.com/od/meetscompetitions/a/judgingBasics.htm
High School Diving Rules - High School Rule Changes in Diving ...
The National Federation of High School Associations Swimming and Diving Rules Committee recently added several new rules, including one designed to take ...
http://diving.about.com/od/rules/a/High-School-Rule-Changes.htm
Synchronized Diving - Springboard and Platform Diving Rules - How ...
Follow the guidelines below to help you understand how synchronized diving is scored. Judging panels for synchronized diving may consist of seven, nine or ...
http://diving.about.com/od/rules/a/ScoreSynchro.htm
Springboard Diving Rules - Differences Between High School and ...
Judges need to the be aware of the rule and penalties that occur when a diver hits the board, especially the difference between FINA and High School rules.
http://diving.about.com/od/rules/qt/rulesHitBoard.htm
Balk Judge - Diving Rules – Diving Terminology - About.com
A balk judge is an additional judge in platform diving, who assists the referee in determining whether a platform diver has incurred a balk on an armstand dive.
http://diving.about.com/od/divingglossary/g/balkJudge.htm
Never Hold Your Breath: Important Scuba Diving Rules
Breathe continuously and never hold your breath. During open water certification, a scuba diver is taught that the most important rule in scuba diving is to ...
http://scuba.about.com/od/scubadivingfaqs/p/Most-Important-Rule-In-Scuba-Diving-Never-Hold-You-Breath.htm
Competitive Diving Rules & Dive Numbers - About.com
Dives used in competition are described using two methods: a written description , or numerical identification known as a dive number. Depending on the nature ...
http://diving.about.com/od/rules/a/diveNumbers.htm
Diving Rules for Private Pools - Pool & Patio - About.com
Diving in residential pools is not smart, and many areas have banned diving boards for private pools. Learn 10 diving rules for private pools.
http://poolandpatio.about.com/od/safetypoolrules/tp/DivingRules.htm
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