|Highest governing body||CMAS|
|First played||Zaragoza, Spain, 2000.|
|Registered players||64 (international)(2011)|
|Contact||no (except sharing air)|
|Team members||individual and teams of 2 and 4|
|Equipment||Diving mask, fins, scuba set|
Sport diving is an underwater sport that uses recreational open circuit scuba diving equipment and consists of a set of individual and team events conducted in a swimming pool that test the competitors' competency in recreational scuba diving techniques. The sport was developed in Spain during the late 1990s and is currently played mainly in Europe. It is known as Plongée Sportive en Piscine in French and as Buceo De Competición in Spanish.
GPS Divingwas invoked but never defined (see the help page).