The Learning Cycle – Springboard Diving

By |February 26th, 2016|

The Learning Cycle


Above is the typical learning progression of an athlete.  The athlete starts with no diving experience, and then they attend some practices.  The athlete learns some skills and the progress is evident (Period 1-4).  After some time of steady growth, the athlete will plateau, and progress will not be so evident (Period 4-6).  […]

Judging Springboard Diving

By |July 1st, 2015|

Judging Diving

For synchronized diving, a score for a dive is calculated in the following way:

Three judges score the execution of diver one (Ex: 6-8-7); three judges score the execution of diver two (Ex: 9-7-8); five judges score the synchronization (Ex: 7.5-8-8-8-8.5)
The highest and lowest execution scores for each diver are eliminated, as are the highest […]

Jaden and the Dive-A-Thon!

By |June 9th, 2015|

Jaden has really stepped up to the plate (or the 10 meter platform !) in fundraising for the DiveSeattle Dive-A-Thon!

If a diver raises over $500 he/she will receive a complimentary hour long PRIVATE LESSON with DiveSeattle’s Visiting Olympic Coach, Ilich Marcano. Jaden battled his fears and butterflies to speak in front of a group of firemen, because he really […]

Raising Money for the Diving Community – DiveSeattle Dive-A-Thon!

By |June 2nd, 2015|

Raising Money for the Diving Community – DiveSeattle Dive-A-Thon
Ok, we got a very special call from California yesterday of someone who wants to support our Dive-A-Thon for a DiveSeattle Diver, Callie Mejia! She asked how to PAY for her donation….. so here’s the link for anyone wanting to help us raise funds […]

Dive Camp Begins: June 22-25th A FEW spots left! Sign up now!

By |June 1st, 2015|

Dive CAMP!

Monday- Thursday 12:30-8pm! Dinner Break 4:30-5:30 Bring Dinner or money to stop at Subway!