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This Is How Olympic Divers Really Look While Diving

Funny Diver Faces
Matt King/Adam Pretty/Al Bello, Getty Images

One of the highlights of the 2012 Olympics will undoubtedly be diving. There’s been some stiff competition this year, especially in the preliminary rounds, and all the athletes have been killing themselves trying to look as graceful as possible while tumbling through the air. How do we know? There’s something on each diver’s face that just reads, “This stunt is kind of difficult to do.”

These competitors may look like elegant swans from a distance, but when the camera gets right up close for those slow-motion instant replays, not one of them is capable of hiding the pain in their faces.

If diving isn’t the one event you’re looking forward to watching during the 2012 Olympics, it will be after you’re done browsing through this gallery of all the best diver faces.

Funny Diver Face
Richard Heathcote, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Quinn Rooney, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Al Bello, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Clive Rose, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Adam Pretty, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Matt King, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Clive Rose, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Harry How, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Richard Heathcote, Getty Images

Funny Diver Faces
Chris McGrath, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Al Bello, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Bryn Lennon, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Adam Pretty, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Adam Pretty, Getty Images

Funny Diver Faces
Ian Waldie, Getty Images

Funny Diver Face
Richard Heathcote, Getty Images

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