Diving is the sport of jumping or falling into water from a platform or springboard, sometimes while performing acrobatics. Diving is an internationally-recognized sport that is part of the Olympic Games. In addition, unstructured and non-competitive diving is a recreational pastime.
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... Finishing moves Diving DDT Swan dive headbutt (Diving headbutt) Signature moves Back body drop Backhand chop Diving crossbody Double leg takedown Dropkick Multiple chop variations Multiple suplex variations Belly ...
... technical diving An extension of the scope of recreational scuba diving to applications with greater technical complexity and higher inherent risk ... Definitions vary, but diving with multiple breathing gases, helium based gases, closed circuit rebreathers, or under extensive overheads are ... distinction from other forms of recreational diving tension leg rig A vertically moored floating structure normally used for the offshore production of oil or gas, particularly suited for ...
... Diving is also popular as a non-competitive activity ... Such diving usually emphasizes the airborne experience, and the height of the dive, but does not emphasize what goes on once the diver enters the water ... Such non-competitive diving can occur indoors and outdoors ...
... The maximum diving depth of the free diver is mainly determined by the ratio of the total lung capacity (TLC) of the lung to the residual volume (RV) ... Since free-diving depth is dependent on the tolerable compression of the lungs, until the middle of the 1950s diving doctors believed that free diving to beyond 40 meters depth led to lung trauma ...
... and experienced military divers with a combined 1,000 man-years of diving experience Sea-Air-Land (SEAL), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Salvage ...
More definitions of "diving":
- (noun): A headlong plunge into water.
Famous quotes containing the word diving:
“all the fine
Points of diving feet together toes pointed hands shaped right
To insert her into water like a needle”
—James Dickey (b. 1923)
“A worm is as good a traveler as a grasshopper or a cricket, and a much wiser settler. With all their activity these do not hop away from drought nor forward to summer. We do not avoid evil by fleeing before it, but by rising above or diving below its plane; as the worm escapes drought and frost by boring a few inches deeper.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)