inward dive

Related to inward dive: reverse dive

inward dive

n.
A dive in which the diver, standing on the end of the board or platform with the back to the water, leaps up and rotates forward.
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During the one-meter diving finals, a competitor hit his head while attempting to execute an inward dive (similar to the accident Greg Louganis had years ago).
Teenagers Claire Blencowe and Katie Hamilton made the perfect start with a perfectly synchronised inward dive, leading after the first round with a score of 50.
Another highlight was earning a 10 on a 401B inward dive.
Describing the basic moves, Morin said, "For a simple inward dive, you stand on the end of the board facing the wall, not the pool, jump up, push away and reach down.
3PM Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield take their six dives in the synchronised 10m platform with an inward dive (2.