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Londra 2012 Atlama

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Akrobatik mükemmellik ve üstün koordinasyon becerileri gerektiren dalış sporu 29 Temmuz 2012 günü Londra 2012 Olimpiyat Oyunlarında start alıyor. Londra 2012 atlama 10 metreye varan yüksekliklerden sporcuların estetik dalışlar yaptığı müsabakalar büyük ilgi çekeceğe benziyor.

29 Temmuz Pazar günü ile 11 Ağustos Cumartesi günleri arasında düzenlenecek olan dalış yarışmalarına 68 erkek ve 68 kadın sporcunun katılacağı toplam 136 yarışmacı 3m Springboard, 10m Platform, 3 m Tramplen Senkronize ve 10m Platform Senkronize dallarında becerilerini sergileyecekler Londra 2012 atlama.

Derinliği 5 metre uzunluğu 25 metre olan havuzda 10 metre yükseklikte bir sıçrama tahtası, havuzun 3 metre yükseğinde sabit platformda müsabakalar yapılmaktadır. Londra 2012 atlama Platformlar en az 6 metre uzunluğunda ve 3 metre genişliğinde olmalıdır.

Atlama Etkinlikleri Programı

Erkekler:

Londra 2012 Atlama Erkekler 3 m Tramplen Program:
6 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 3m Tramplen Hazırlık Saat: 21:00

7 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 3m Tramplen Yarı Final Saat: 12:00
7 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 3m Tramplen Finali Saat: 21:00

Londra 2012 Atlama Erkekler 10 m Platform Program:
10 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 10m Platform Hazırlık Saat: 21:00
10 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 10m Platform Yarı Final Saat: 12:00
10 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler 10m Platform Final Saat 22:30

Londra 2012 Atlama Erkekler Senkronize 3 m Tramplen Program:
1 Ağustos 2012 Erkekler Senkronize 3m Tramplen Finali Saat: 17:00

Londra 2012 Atlama Erkekler Senkronize 10 m Platform Program:
30 Temmuz 2012 Erkekler Senkronize 10m Platform Finali Saat: 17:00


Bayanlar:

Londra 2012 Atlama Bayanlar 3 m Tramplen Program:
3 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 3m Tramplen Hazırlık Saat: 16:30
4 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 3m Tramplen Yarı Final Saat 16:30
5 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 3m Tramplen Finali Saat 21:00

Londra 2012 Atlama Bayanlar 10 m Platform Program:
8 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 10m Platform Hazırlık Saat: 21:00
8 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 10m Platform Yarı Final Saat: 12:00
8 Ağustos 2012 Bayanlar 10m Platform Finali Saat: 21:00

Londra 2012 Atlama Bayanlar Senkronize 3 m Tramplen Program:
29 Temmuz 2012 Bayanlar Senkronize 3 m Tramplen Finali Saat: 17:00

Londra 2012 Atlama Bayanlar Senkronize 10 m Platform Program:
31 Temmuz 2012 Bayanlar Senkronize 10m Platform Finali Saat: 17:00

***Tüm Saatler TSİ (Türkiye Saati İle) gösterilmektedir.



Londra 2012 Su Sporları Merkezi

Londra 2012 Olimpiyatları süresince Dalış, Yüzme, Modern Pentatlon ve Senkronize Yüzme müsabakalarına sahne olacak Londra Su Sporları Merkezi, uluslararası üne sahip mimar Zaha Hadid tarafından tasarlanan nefes kesen mekanlardan biridir Londra 2012 atlama.

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LONDON 2012 DIVING VIDEOS

Diving requires acrobatic excellence and supreme coordination skills, as athletes dive from heights of up to 10m into the waters below. Londra 2012 atlama Competitive Diving developed from gymnastics in the 18th century, when gymnasts in Sweden and Germany began to perform tumbling routines into water.

At Seoul 1988, America’s Greg Louganis hit his head on the 3m springboard while executing one of his dives in the preliminary phase. Amazingly, he scraped through to the semi-final and recovered to win the gold medal in the final.

136 (68 men and 68 women)
Each country is limited to two athletes in each individual event and one team (two athletes) in each Synchronised event.

Field of play

The diving pool is 25m long and 5m deep. The eight Diving events feature either a springboard, 3m above the pool, or a fixed platform, set at a height of 10m. Springboards must be at least 4.8m long and 50cm wide, while platforms should be at least 6m long and 3m wide.

History of Diving at the Olympic Games

Diving made its Olympic debut in 1904, where medals were awarded for men in the 10m Platform and the Plunge for Distance (a Diving long jump event, which never again appeared on the Olympic programme). Londra 2012 atlama Women’s Diving was introduced in 1912 and Synchronised Diving made its first Olympic appearance at Sydney in 2000.

Divers submit in advance the dives which they will perform. The more difficult a dive, the higher the potential score if it is executed correctly: judges award a score out of 10 for each dive, which is multiplied by the dive’s degree of difficulty. In the Synchronised Diving events, pairs of athletes dive in tandem and are assessed for their execution and synchronisation by separate groups of judges – a judge never assesses both execution and synchronisation. The higher the judges’ score, the higher the diver/team is placed.

Officials

Judges (seven for the individual events and 11 for the Synchronised) assess all phases of the dive, including the level of synchronisation. Each judge awards a score out of 10.

Keys to success

Dives are divided into four stages – the starting position, the take-off, the dive itself and the entry into the water. Each of these is judged against a strict set of criteria and the winning divers perform difficult and ambitious dives where every part is as near to perfection as possible. Londra 2012 atlama Divers aim to enter the water vertically with as little splash as possible. If you see a diver make no splash at all, you can expect very high marks. In the Synchronised events, the two divers must dive in perfect harmony with each other.

Breaking the rules

Divers may score zero on a dive for double-bouncing on the end of the board, performing a dive other than the one they stated or taking too long to dive. Divers also have marks taken off for restarting a dive or armstand.

Jargon buster

Armstand – a platform dive that begins from the hands.
Platform – a fixed diving board, at least 6m long and 3m wide. In Olympic competition, it’s 10m above the water.
Pike – a diving position for which the diver bends the body at the hips, keeping the legs straight.
Springboard – a flexible diving board, at least 4.8m long and 50cm wide.
Tuck – a diving position in which the diver curls up into a ball, holding the shins towards the body.

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