diving event


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Noun1.diving event - an athletic competition that involves diving into waterdiving event - an athletic competition that involves diving into water
swim meet, swimming meet - a swimming competition between two or more teams
match - a formal contest in which two or more persons or teams compete
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He flies to Florida for a diving event next month and doesn't need to be distracted by bullies."
Freshman Eileen Garcia earned All-America honors after finishing eighth in the 3-meter diving event at the NCAA Division 3 Swimming and Diving Championships.
Britain's only medal win so far, silver for Leon Taylor and Pete Waterfield in the synchronised diving event, was watched by 4.4 million viewers on Saturday night.
He is also the new face for a brewer which, having ditched its last unfunny campaign, has turned out a series of new adverts that have had you all laughing and talking, as he deliberately belly-flops during an Olympicstyle diving event, or hoofs a football over the nearest rooftops during a session with a professional club, yelling, ``Get in!'' as it sails skywards.
"He flies off to Florida for a diving event next month and he doesn't need his preparation affected by the bullies."
Stanic was booked for his antics, though not before he had shoved Scotland goalkeeper Neil Sullivan, who was clearly furious about a leap that would not have been out of place in an Olympic diving event.
OLYMPIC GOLD MARJORIE GESTRING was 13 years and 268 days old when she won the springboard diving event for the United States at the 1936 Olympic games.
Players can choose from 10 available 2D events, namely the 100-meter dash, 400-meter hurdles, vault (gymnastics), 1000-meter kayak single, 10-meter platform diving event, long jump, marathon, trap shooting, volleyball, and judo.
GREAT Britain's Jessica Macaulay won a bronze medal in the women's high diving event at the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.
Speaking on the sidelines of the event, Noof al Saffar, a member of the RSF 2018 organising committee, said:"The scuba diving event is part of the wider 'Freestyle Aquatics in Aspire' initiative for people with special needs, which was launched in November 2016 as part of AZF's CSR programme.
Dubai: Dubai Municipality organised a voluntary diving event to clean the seabed at Dubai Creek as part of the Day for Dubai initiative.