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LENNY KRAYZELBERG AT 70 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

LENNY KRAYZELBERG AT 70 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. In this event, Lenny Krayzelberg recorded a time of 53.72, a new Olympic record. At this stage of the race, the swimmer rated 50 full left-arm strokes per minute, a very high rate for such a large ...
MAI NAKAMURA AT 35 m OF HER SILVER MEDAL 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

MAI NAKAMURA AT 35 m OF HER SILVER MEDAL 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds part. In this event, Mai Nakamura went out very fast covering the first 50m in 29.17 seconds, leading Diana Mocanu comfortably at the turn. Her eventual final time was 1:00.55, showing that she paid dearly for ...
DIANA MOCANU AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 M BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

DIANA MOCANU AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 M BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Diana Mocanu's time for this race was 1:00.21. This stroke analysis includes a moving sequence in real time, a moving sequence where each frame is displayed for .5 of a second, and still frames. The ...
TOMOKO HAGIWARA AT 190 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

TOMOKO HAGIWARA AT 190 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Tomoko Hagiwara's time for this 200-m swim was 2:11.36. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm and hand enter. The arm is hyperextended at the elbow placing the hand wider than the upper arm ...
LENNY KRAZELBERG’S TURN AT 50 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

LENNY KRAZELBERG’S TURN AT 50 m OF HIS GOLD MEDAL 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 second apart. Lenny Krayzelberg's time for this race was 1:55.87, a new world record. Notable Features Frames #1-4: The swimmer rolls over onto the pulling arm. The recovering left arm assists the rotation by ...
LENNY KRAYZELBERG AT 180 m OF HIS WORLD-RECORD 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

LENNY KRAYZELBERG AT 180 m OF HIS WORLD-RECORD 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 second apart. Lenny Krayzelberg's time for this race was 1:55.87, a new world record. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm is deep, has completed its direct propulsive thrust, and is starting to sweep ...
BACKSTROKE TEACHING AID #1

BACKSTROKE TEACHING AID #1

The following collage of sequences from some of the world's best backstrokers are 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 ...
STEV THELOKE AT 70 m OF HIS WINNING 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 1998 GOODWILL GAMES IN NEW YORK

STEV THELOKE AT 70 m OF HIS WINNING 100 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 1998 GOODWILL GAMES IN NEW YORK

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. The time for Stev Theloke's (Germany) swim on this occasion was 54.43, the #1 ranked swim in the world for the year (he defeated Lenny Krayzelberg in this race). Notable Features Frame #1: ...
LENNY KRAYZELBURG’S FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS 100m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

LENNY KRAYZELBURG’S FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS 100m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm enters upper arm first. The right shoulder is fully elevated. The swimmer's streamline from head to thigh is noteworthy. The left leg kicks to balance the ...
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