How much fun would it be to be a photographer of Olympic diving?
You'd just get to sit there all day and take pictures of people looking ridiculous as they fall through the sky. The presswire is filled with such images, and the other day someone decided to have some PhotoShop fun with them.
Diving isn't the only Olympic sport that produces great pictures. In fact, they all do.
Here are the top 10 coolest photos from the eighth day of the Olympics.
Jessica Ennis became a national hero when she won the heptathlon on home soil. After crossing the finish line in the 800 meters, a gaggle of photographers was there to capture the moment.
This is one of those photos that looks more like a painting than a real-life image.
This is a new way to see the beach volleyball action at Horse Guards Parade.
This Dutch field hockey player really wants that ball and she's not going to get it.
A 34-mile course comes down to a photo finish in the women's triathlon. The woman in black, Nicola Spirig of Switzerland, won the race.
If you haven't watched race walking, do it. It is hilarious.
Water polo is an action-packed sport played by some of the world's best athletes. It's also very physical. Check out the chokehold on the bottom right.
Your Uncle Doug may have had a trampoline in the backyard, but it was nothing like this.
Serena Williams absolutely buried Maria Sharapova in the gold-medal match at Wimbledon, winning 6-0, 6-1.
This image speaks for itself. What a moment...and he made it to the semifinals!