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MICHAEL KLIM’S FULL STROKE AT 130 m OF HIS 200 m FREESTYLE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 1998 PERTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

MICHAEL KLIM’S FULL STROKE AT 130 m OF HIS 200 m FREESTYLE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 1998 PERTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm entry occurs as the result of an attempted straight arm recovery. It is well in front of the swimmer and exhibits no deliberate slide forward under water. ...
14-YEARS OLD IAN THORPE’S FULL STROKE DURING HIS 400 m BRONZE MEDAL RACE AT THE 1997 PAN PACIFIC GAMES, FUKUOKA, JAPAN

14-YEARS OLD IAN THORPE’S FULL STROKE DURING HIS 400 m BRONZE MEDAL RACE AT THE 1997 PAN PACIFIC GAMES, FUKUOKA, JAPAN

Each frame is .1 second apart. It is not known at what stage of the race these pictures were taken. Ian Thorpe's time in this event was 3:49.64. Ian Thorpe has performed extremely well winning Australian Age-group Championships in ...
GRANT HACKETT’S FULL STROKE AT 475 m OF HIS 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE

GRANT HACKETT’S FULL STROKE AT 475 m OF HIS 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm entry occurs while the left arm is in the early stages of propulsion. The arm enters flat and slightly bent at the elbow. The right leg kicks to ...
BROOKE BENNETT’S FULL STROKE AT 560 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

BROOKE BENNETT’S FULL STROKE AT 560 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second apart. At this stage of the race, Brooke Bennett is swimming at a consistent 2:07 for 200 m pace, a pace similar to that demonstrated in her other analysis at 215 m. Notable Features The qualities of Brooke ...
BROOKE BENNETT’S FULL STROKE AT 215 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

BROOKE BENNETT’S FULL STROKE AT 215 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable features Frame #1: The left arm has just commenced the extension phase of propulsion while the right arm has broken the surface on entry. The left arm is well under the body. The head is ...
MICHELLE SMITH’S FULL STROKE AT 15m INTO THE CRAWL STROKE LEG OF HER 200m INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY GOLD MEDAL RACE

MICHELLE SMITH’S FULL STROKE AT 15m INTO THE CRAWL STROKE LEG OF HER 200m INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm enters when the pulling left arm is widest from the mid-line. The left leg kicks to counter-balance the vertical force component created by the right arm. ...
JANET EVAN’S FULL STROKE AT 625 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

JANET EVAN’S FULL STROKE AT 625 m OF HER 800 m GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

Each frame is .1 second apart. The swimmer breathes at the end of each right arm pull. Notable Features Frame #1: This picture illustrates a feature of most top crawl-stroke swimmers. The right arm entry is made at full ...
EVGENYI SADOVYI’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 400 m SWIM AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

EVGENYI SADOVYI’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 400 m SWIM AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

Each frame is 0.1 seconds apart. There is no breath in the cycle illustrated. The quality of the original film was particularly poor. Notable Features Frame #1: The right hand has just exited the water. The left arm is ...
SUSAN O’NEILL AT 185 m OF HER MEET RECORD 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

SUSAN O’NEILL AT 185 m OF HER MEET RECORD 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. This sequence is from Susan O'Neill's semi-final 200-m race in which she set a new meet record of 2:06.53. It should be compared to other breathing-stroke sequences of this swimmer in this section of ...
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