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  • She tried diving at the age of fourteen and jazz dance soon after.
  • Hixon began diving at age seven, and started entering competitions two years later.
  • To-day I caught him diving at a pillow on the bed. Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • We were at twenty metres, still diving at the time. Cited from The Diary of a U-boat Commander, by anonymous
  • For the first time, women competed in diving at the Olympic Games.
  • He remained diving at intervals till his canoe was filled, when she returned to the shore with her freight. Cited from The Cruise of the Dainty, by William H. G. Kingston
  • Each pair performed five dives, with both divers from the pair diving at the same time.
  • Each pair performed six dives, with both divers from the pair diving at the same time.
  • Due to dead animals being washed into the ocean, diving at the reefs was banned for several weeks.
  • Five athletes were selected to represent The United States in high diving at this year's world championships.
  • The following is the medal table for diving at the 2013 Canada Summer Games.
  • Cooper had cholesteatoma in his ear soon after his birth and punctured it when he started diving at a young age.
  • At dusk she opened fire on another suicide plane diving at a highspeed transport.
  • He started diving at the age of seven and is a member of Plymouth Diving Club.
  • She won a gold medal in platform diving at the 1991 Pan American Games.
  • He won thirteen gold medals in diving at the Norwegian championships.
  • It is good practise to get a friend to time your lengths, and get used to diving at the word "go." Cited from Swimming Scientifically Taught, Frank Eugen Dalton and Louis C. Dalton
  • These birds make their nesting summer home here, and in the past were very aggressive towards humans -- diving at their, or our, heads.
  • In the United States, summer diving is usually limited to one meter diving at community or country club pools.
  • The birds protect their nests by diving at perceived threats, including humans.
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