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TOM MALCHOW AT 170m OF HIS MEET-RECORD SETTING 200m BUTTERFLY RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

TOM MALCHOW AT 170m OF HIS MEET-RECORD SETTING 200m BUTTERFLY RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Tom Malchow's time for this race was 1:55.41, the #1 ranked swim in 1999 and the second fastest of all time. Notable Features Frame #1: The hands enter greater than shoulder width apart. The ...
JENNY THOMPSON AT 80 m OF HER WORLD RECORD 100 M RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

JENNY THOMPSON AT 80 m OF HER WORLD RECORD 100 M RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. This sequence is taken at the 80 m mark of Jenny Thompson's World Record 100 m swim of 57.88 seconds at the 1999 Pan Pacific Championships held in Sydney, Australia. The sequence includes both breathing ...
BUTTERFLY STROKE TEACHING AID #1

BUTTERFLY STROKE TEACHING AID #1

he following collage of sequences from some of the world's best butterflyers is presented as teaching aids in Dr. Rushall's Stroke Clinics. Each item is presented to show important features of the stroke that should be adapted to each ...
MARIA PELAEZ AT 135m OF HER WINNING 200m RACE [MISTY HYMAN IS IN THE NEXT LANE]

MARIA PELAEZ AT 135m OF HER WINNING 200m RACE [MISTY HYMAN IS IN THE NEXT LANE]

The time between each frame in this series is .1 seconds. The observations occur at 135 m into the race. This is a special set of images for it contrasts Maria Pelaez (Spain) with Misty Hyman (USA). Maria Pelaez won the race in ...
JENNY THOMPSON’S FULL STROKE (NON-BREATHING) AT 80m OF HER LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4 x 100m MEDLEY RELAY RACE

JENNY THOMPSON’S FULL STROKE (NON-BREATHING) AT 80m OF HER LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4 x 100m MEDLEY RELAY RACE

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Differences between this sequence and actions described in the 35-m analysis might be due to the fact that this stroke is non-breathing while the former was a breathing stroke. Further differences could ...
JENNY THOMPSON (BREATHING STROKE) AT 35 m OF HER LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4 x 100 m MEDLEY RELAY RACE

JENNY THOMPSON (BREATHING STROKE) AT 35 m OF HER LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4 x 100 m MEDLEY RELAY RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The hands enter close together and turned outward. The body is streamlined. The kick is half completed in its role of counter-balancing the vertical forces created by ...
DENIS SILANTIEV’S NON-BREATHING STROKE AT 165m OF His 200m GOLD MEDAL BUTTERFLY RACE

DENIS SILANTIEV’S NON-BREATHING STROKE AT 165m OF His 200m GOLD MEDAL BUTTERFLY RACE

The time base for this observation is not known but the duration between each frame is constant. Notable Features The features of this sequence exhibit similar characteristics to those of Denis Silantiev's breathing stroke. ...
DENIS SILANTIEV’S BREATHING STROKE AT 165m OF HIS 200m GOLD MEDAL BUTTERFLY RACE

DENIS SILANTIEV’S BREATHING STROKE AT 165m OF HIS 200m GOLD MEDAL BUTTERFLY RACE

The time base for this observation is not known but the duration between each frame is constant. Notable Features Frame #1: Entry is made with both hands pitched outward indicating that an initial outward arm movement will be ...
MICHAEL KLIM’S ARM ACTIONS AT 70m OF HIS BUTTERFLY LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4x100m MEN’S MEDLEY RELAY

MICHAEL KLIM’S ARM ACTIONS AT 70m OF HIS BUTTERFLY LEG OF THE GOLD MEDAL 4x100m MEN’S MEDLEY RELAY

Each frame in this analysis is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: Arms enter the water fully stretched with hands flat and relatively close together. Flexion at the hips suggests that downward forces created by the ...
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