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JENNY THOMPSON AT 90 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

JENNY THOMPSON AT 90 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Jenny Thompson's time for this event was 54.89 seconds. This excerpt is from the end of the race where the swimmer breathed less and appeared to increase her rating as she approached the finish ...
JENNY THOMPSON’S TURN AT 50 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

JENNY THOMPSON’S TURN AT 50 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Jenny Thompson's time for this race was 54.89 seconds. Notable Features Frame #1: The swimmer approaches the wall stroking normally. When the appropriate distance is judged, the recovering arm ...
CRAWL STROKE TEACHING AID #1

CRAWL STROKE TEACHING AID #1

The following collage of sequences from some of the world's best crawl strokers is presented as a teaching aid in Dr. Rushall's Stroke Clinics. Each item is presented to show important features of the stroke that should be adapted to ...
GARY HALL JR’s FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS LEG OF THE 4 x 100m FREE RELAY GOLD MEDAL RACE

GARY HALL JR’s FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS LEG OF THE 4 x 100m FREE RELAY GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. The level of performance of Gary Hall Jr at these championships was inferior to those displayed in the other featured analysis in this section of the Swimming Science Journal. NOTABLE FEATURES ...
AMY VAN DYKEN’S FULL ARM ACTIONS AT 35 m OF HER 50 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 1998 PERTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

AMY VAN DYKEN’S FULL ARM ACTIONS AT 35 m OF HER 50 m GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE 1998 PERTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The time base of this sequence is not known as it was downloaded from a slow-motion video clip. However, the duration between each frame is constant. Notable Features Frame #1: The left arm enters, as the right arm is in ...
A COMPARISON OF ALEXANDRE POPOV AND MICHAEL KLIM AT 75 m OF THE 100 m FINAL

A COMPARISON OF ALEXANDRE POPOV AND MICHAEL KLIM AT 75 m OF THE 100 m FINAL

The time between each frame in this sequence is not known because it was captured from slow-motion video replay. However, the duration between each frame is consistent. Alexandre Popov is leading and furthest from the camera. Michael ...
ALEXANDRE POPOV’S FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS 50m SILVER MEDAL RACE

ALEXANDRE POPOV’S FULL STROKE AT 35m OF HIS 50m SILVER MEDAL RACE

The time base for this sequence is not known as it is taken from a televised slow motion recording however, the duration between each exhibited frame is constant. There currently is a video available authored by Popov's coach Gennadi ...
SUSAN O’NEILL’S FULL STROKE AT 110 m OF HER 200 m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

SUSAN O’NEILL’S FULL STROKE AT 110 m OF HER 200 m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second part. This sequence contains a non-breathing stroke followed by a breathing stroke. The reader should also refer to the other analyses of Susan O'Neill's stroke in the same race. At this stage of the race, ...
PENELOPE HEYNES’ FULL STROKE AT 160 m OF HER 200 m BREASTSTAROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

PENELOPE HEYNES’ FULL STROKE AT 160 m OF HER 200 m BREASTSTAROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features The details of the stroke at this stage of the race are consistent with those of the analysis offered for Penelope Heynes' performance at 120 m. The swimmer's ability to raise ...
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