swallow dive

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Synonyms for swallow dive

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


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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.
Few had detected the dive, it wasn't one of those cringe inducing swallow dives as perfected by Ronaldo, Drogba, Pires etc, and from what I've heard on the grapevine Walcott is a very decent level headed type.
Origami archetype folding misguided lives, Highman swallow dives, Tomorrow's here before yesterday arrives, It's the old story of corruption thrives.
Swallow dives of celebration preceded each player's turn to collect a championship medal before Adrian Needs and Dean Clarke lifted the impressive piece of silverware high above the turf.
On that day Ashton became the first Englishman for 97 years to score four tries in a championship match - and twice celebrated with swallow dives.
Cue Ashton and his rather flamboyant swallow dives.
The lithe and lovely Yves was a glorious, suntanned 24-year-old who delighted in showing off his swallow dives from the prow.
The former rugby league star also earned nationwide recognition for his try-scoring swallow dives.