50 but they dock off the highest and lowest so the highest you can score is 30
judges judge whether the dive was well done
It is being multiplied against the total score given by the judges (usually 7 removing the highest and lowest score).
The difference between "regular" diving and synchronized diving is the scoring and the athletes. In "regular" diving one diver goes at a time and that one diver is scored based on that one dive. In synchronized diving, TWO people do the SAME DIVE at the SAME TIME to try and be as accurate and identical to each other as possible. The two athletes are then given ONE score for both dives based on their precision and timing.
It is diving on a high diving board.
Gymnastics, bowling, figure skating, diving, and bull riding although I have never seen a 100 given to a rider.
The judges judge on a 1-10 scale, the lowest and highest scores are dropped and the middle 5 are multiplied by 3 to come up with the final score
In my diving club, there are no members in the US diving at the moment.
She started diving at bthe Parramatta Diving Club in Sydney
Competitive diving is when an athlete participates in competitions in the area of springboard diving. There is spring board diving, which is done on either a one meter or a three meter diving board. Then, there is platform diving, which is most commonly done on a five meter, seven meter and ten meter. Diving is a competitive sport practiced in the Olympics, where they do both springboard and platform diving.