Competetive Diving

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Competetive Diving by Mind Map: Competetive Diving

1. Dive List

1.1. 6 Dives

1.1.1. Voluntary (required) dive, randomly selected

1.1.2. Optionals (1 ea): front, reverse, back, inward, twist

1.2. 11 Dives

1.2.1. Voluntary (required) dive from randomly selected

1.2.2. Two each: front, reverse, back, inward, twist

1.2.3. May use elimination rounds

2. Scoring System

2.1. 1-10 rating scale in .5 increments

2.1.1. 0: Completely Failed

2.1.1.1. -After a warning, takes more than one minute to begin dive -Double bounce -Performs a different dive than announced -Feet enter water before head or hands in a head first dive -Hands hit the water before feet in a feet first dive -Assistance is given after approach is begun -A second attempt after a balk is unsuccessful -Refusal to execute a dive -Final step in front approach is not from one foot -Take-off from springboard is not from both feet

2.1.2. ½ - 2: Unsatisfactory 2½ - 4½: Deficient 5 - 6½: Satisfactory 7 - 8: Good 8½ - 9½: Very good 10: Excellent

2.2. 3 judges scores kept (drop high/low) = raw score

2.3. Balk (2 point deduction; 6 points off raw score)

2.3.1. False start

2.3.2. Illegal take-off

2.4. raw score X degree of difficulty = points for dive

2.5. Winner has highest total points for all dives

3. Group

3.1. Forward

3.2. Back

3.3. Reverse

3.4. Inward

3.5. Twisting

3.5.1. Forward Twisting

3.5.2. Back Twisting

3.5.3. Reverse Twisting

3.5.4. Inward Twisting

3.6. Position

3.6.1. Straight

3.6.2. Pike

3.6.3. Tuck

3.6.4. Free

4. Events

4.1. One Meter Springboard

4.2. Three Meter Springboard

4.3. Ten Meter Platform

4.4. Synchronized Springboard

4.5. Synchronized Platform

5. Five elements of a dive

5.1. Starting position

5.2. Approach

5.3. Take-off

5.4. Flight

5.4.1. Straight

5.4.2. Pike

5.4.3. Tuck

5.4.4. Free

5.5. Entry