Dive Codes Explained
Dives are given a code to enable quick recognition for use in competitions & training programmes:
101C = forward dive tucked.
101C The 1st first number in the code represents the dive group.
- Forward dive – 1
- Backward dive – 2
- Reverse dive – 3
- Inward dive – 4
- Twisting dive – 5
- Armstand dive – 6
101C The 2nd number in the code represents the initial position of flight – for springboard and platform diving, this is almost always 0.
101C The 3rd number represents the number of half somersaults. Unless the diver is planning to enter the water feet first, this will be an odd number.
101C The 4th character in the code represents the diving position.
Diving positions for platform and springboard diving are based on four distinct shapes.
These are straight (A), pike (B), tuck (C), and free (D).
So 109C is forward 4 ½ somersaults in tuck position and 305B is reverse 2 ½ somersaults in pike position!
Can you work out Erin's dive (401C) on the picture above?
As part of the Squad Diving Training, the sessions will be focusing on gymnastics, fitness, dive skills & will allow the club to implement a dry training monitoring...
Tags: dry training learn to dive training squadsMore
The Xmas Splash 2019 was a success; a fabulous novice competition with 28 divers competing and many first time divers participating. There was some fantastic diving on...
Tags: competitions learn to dive training squadsMore
The third and final leg of the 2019 Welsh League diving competition was a huge success with 36 divers in attendance from Bangor, Llanelli & Aberdare....
Tags: club competitionsMore
Well done to Meg, Naia, Christina and Amélie for participating in the 2019 Irish Open Diving Competition in Dublin this weekend. A fabulous venue, a super friendly...
Tags: competitions training squadsMore
Byw’n Iach Xmas Splash Diving Competition 2019. Date: Sat 14th December 2019....
Tags: club competitions learn to dive training squadsMore