Fancy Diving

Feature

Saturday, August 07, 2004

Diving has always been a sport of aesthetics: it's not how fast you hit the water, it's how good you look going down. But the sport is changing. The focus is moving away from precision and grace, and towards complex acrobatic moves. Dave Johns tells us why the classic jackknife may soon be a dive of the past.

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Dave Johns

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