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KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HER 200 m GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HER 200 m GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second apart. This performance was one of the most dominant in women's swimming events at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Krisztina Egerszegi's time of 2:07.83 was more than four seconds ahead of second place. Many of the ...
BRAD BRIDGEWATER’S FULL STROKE AT 165 m OF HIS 200 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

BRAD BRIDGEWATER’S FULL STROKE AT 165 m OF HIS 200 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The left arm is just entering the water. The right arm is in the latter part of its propulsive phase and is demonstrating the "inward-upward scull" motion displayed by ...
MARTIN LOPEZ-ZUBERO’S LEFT-ARM PULL AT 180m OF HIS 200m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

MARTIN LOPEZ-ZUBERO’S LEFT-ARM PULL AT 180m OF HIS 200m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame (#2-9) is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame # 1: The left arm is fully extended forward with the shoulder elevated. The left hand is immediately positioned to generate propulsive force. The right arm sculls ...
MARTIN LOPEZ-ZUBERO’S RIGHT-ARM PULL AT 180m OF HIS 200m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

MARTIN LOPEZ-ZUBERO’S RIGHT-ARM PULL AT 180m OF HIS 200m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm enters straight and aligned with the side of the body. This is a position similar to that attained by Krisztina Egerszegi. The right hand has entered at ...
COACHING ERROR REVISITED — MICHAEL KLIM’S CRAWL STROKE

COACHING ERROR REVISITED — MICHAEL KLIM’S CRAWL STROKE

Michael Klim once was one of the world's premier crawl-stroke swimmers. In a semi-final at the Sydney Olympic Games, he briefly held the world record for 100m freestyle having recorded a time of 48.18 seconds. As was analyzed and ...
SUSAN O’NEILL AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

SUSAN O’NEILL AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

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 following image sequence is in real time. It will play through 10 times and then ...
PIETER VAN DEN HOOGENBOND AT 35m OF HIS 200m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

PIETER VAN DEN HOOGENBOND AT 35m OF HIS 200m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 second apart. In this race, Pieter van den Hoogenbond equaled the world record he had established in the semi-final with a time of 1:45.35. In claiming the gold medal, he beat Ian Thorpe of Australia. In this first ...
COACHING ERROR 1.1: ALEX POPOV’S FINISH IN THE 50 m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

COACHING ERROR 1.1: ALEX POPOV’S FINISH IN THE 50 m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

This stroke analysis includes a moving sequence in continuous motion, a moving sequence where each frame is displayed for .5 of a second, and still frames. The following image sequence is in continuous motion, but slower than real ...
SUSAN O’NEILL AT 190 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

SUSAN O’NEILL AT 190 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Susan O'Neill's time for this event was 1:58.17; the #1 ranked swim over this distance for 1999. Notable Features Frame #1: The left arm begins to extend in the latter part of its propulsive ...
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