Appendix 2 fina table of degrees

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  1. Appendix 2 fina table of degrees of difficulty springboard
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  85. In competitive diving, scoring is dependent on the established Degree-of-Difficulty standards set for each dive by the Fédération Internationale de Natation FINA. FINA is an organization that governs swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo, and open-water swimming at the highest competitive levels. In diving events governed by FINA standards, a complex formula is used that assigns a point value to each dive. The scores from each of the judges admittedly a score that has some subjectivity are multiplied by this degree-of-difficulty factor a purely objective number , then the scores are averaged to produce the diver's score for that dive. Over the years, the formulas for degree-of-difficulty in diving as well as for other sports have undergone changes as competitors become ever more skilled. There was a time when a diver with a including optional dives with difficulty ratings of 3. With the new version of the degree of difficulty chart from FINA,, there are now 13 dives listed in the table that have a D. If a diver is so inclined, they now have the opportunity to compete for dives with a D. Some of the new additions to the FINA chart occur because the dives are imagined—added to the chart to give divers something to shoot for. Such a strategy does work because once added to the chart, new dives that have never been performed are targeted by divers in competition. Other dives, though, reach the chart because creative divers develop them and perform them in competition. In fact, most changes to the table usually come about because competitors have created new dives. A full 24 dives in the new table were added because of new dives being performed. Prior to the new D. In the current table, though, there are 9s in four categories , and in both tuck and pike positions. Although you don't see these performed on a regular basis, considering the daring of today's divers and the fact that each dive carries a D. Another emphasis of change is a result of FINA making an effort to encourage the use of dives that emphasize twisting without multiple somersaults. Dives such as a triple twisting or quadruple twisting with 1. The goal is to encourage better development of twisting skills, rather than adding twists simply for the sake of more difficulty.
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