swallow dive


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a dive in which the diver arches the back with arms outstretched before entering the water

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Williams ripped the ball off Courtney Lawes on the half-way line, chipped ahead and regathered to score with a swallow dive.
However, Wales managed that 10-minute spell effectively, drew themselves level at 12-12 with two more Leigh Halfpenny penalties and then Scott Williams won the game, ripping the ball off Courtney Lawes on the half-way line, chipping ahead and regathering to score with a swallow dive.
5-4 ten to 12, 2 seven to nine, 11-4 13 to 15, 12 four to six, 100 one to three; specials: 2 Ashton swallow dive celebration, 8 North to score a brace, 14 Ashton to score hat-trick, 25 North to score hat-trick.
He can do what he wants against Ireland in the following game but I don't want to see him do the swallow dive against Scotland.
At the heart of it was fly-half Danny Cipriani, who scored 19 points, including his first try for his country which he celebrated with a typically flamboyant swallow dive.
Ormsby took his tries well, particularly his third effort which came after a spectacular swallow dive into the left corner.
ASH THE SPLASH: England winger Chris Ashton produces his customary swallow dive as he scores a try.
Ashton then got himself on the scoresheet, running in one long-range effort - complete with trademark swallow dive - and one from close range for his first tries in six games.
Not that he has any plans to emulate Ashton's elaborate try-scoring swallow dive.
Ashton has scored six tries in three games and celebrated most of them with his infamous swallow dive but one of his young fans landed himself in hospital trying to impersonate his idol.
England's back three of Ashton, Ben Foden and Mark Cueto are just a few of the players Steadman earmarked as capable of punishing Scotland, and Steadman hopes not to see the former Wigan rugby league ace's swallow dive celebration on Sunday.
13 CHRIS ASHTON admitted he could not resist risking the wrath of coach Martin Johnson by celebrating two of his four tries with a swallow dive as England crushed Italy 59-13 at Twickenham.
That was nothing though to the swallow dive that Wigan's Palacios did to win his side a penalty last Sunday.