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KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HER 200 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HER 200 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

This series provides one further perspective of Krisztina Egerszegi's backstroke technique. The previous two analyses of different stages of her 100 m Gold Medal race at Barcelona should be reviewed before studying this set of ...
KIEREN PERKINS’ RIGHT ARM PULL AT 1440 m IN HIS GOLD MEDAL 1500 m RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES (August, 1992)

KIEREN PERKINS’ RIGHT ARM PULL AT 1440 m IN HIS GOLD MEDAL 1500 m RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES (August, 1992)

Each frame is 1/20th second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: As with his left arm, Keiren Perkins' right arm enters the water elbow-first. Frame #3: The hand enters with the arm at full stretch and the wrist already partly ...
JENNY THOMPSON’S ARM ACTION AT 70 m OF HER 100 m FREESTYLE GOLD MEDAL RACE

JENNY THOMPSON’S ARM ACTION AT 70 m OF HER 100 m FREESTYLE GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The right arm enters almost fully stretched. The right shoulder is higher than the left shoulder. The left arm is still propelling the swimmer as it extends at the ...
SUSAN O’NEILL’S FULL NON-BREATHING STROKE AT 65m OF HER 200m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE

SUSAN O’NEILL’S FULL NON-BREATHING STROKE AT 65m OF HER 200m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The hands have just entered the water at full stretch and shoulder width apart. The shoulders are elevated to produce a long reach forward. The hips have dropped from ...
DENIS PANKRATOV’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HIS 100 m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE

DENIS PANKRATOV’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HIS 100 m BUTTERFLY GOLD MEDAL RACE

Each frame is .1 second apart. This sequence displays both a breathing and non-breathing stroke. Notable Features Frame #1: This position is immediately prior to the hand-entry after a non-breathing stroke. The head is well ...
PENELOPE HEYNES’ FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HER 200 m BREASTSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

PENELOPE HEYNES’ FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HER 200 m BREASTSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE ATLANTA OLYMPIC GAMES 1996

Each frame is .1 second part. Notable Features Frame #1: The propulsive phase of the kick is completed and the feet are being drawn together to the surface to produce a streamlined position. The arms, head, shoulders, and hips ...
MIKE BARROWMAN’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HIS 200 m BREASTSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

MIKE BARROWMAN’S FULL STROKE AT 120 m OF HIS 200 m BREASTSTROKE GOLD MEDAL RACE AT THE BARCELONA OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: Mike Barrowman completes every stroke in a fully streamlined position. His arms are straight with hands slightly overlapped. The shoulders are fully elevated ...
KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HER 100 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE BARCELON OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 65 m OF HER 100 m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL SWIM AT THE BARCELON OLYMPIC GAMES 1992

This sequence provides another perspective of Krisztina Egerszegi's stroke in the 100 m backstroke event, which she won easily, at the Barcelona Olympic Games. Comments in this evaluation should be considered along with those ...
KRISZTINE EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 25m OF HER 100m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL

KRISZTINE EGERSZEGI’S FULL STROKE AT 25m OF HER 100m BACKSTROKE GOLD MEDAL

Each frame is .1 second apart. Notable Features Frame #1: The left arm has entered the water with the wrist slightly flexed and the palm of the hand facing slightly down. The left shoulder is elevated to facilitate a very long ...
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