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technique of competitive swimming

Bel̇a Rajki

technique of competitive swimming

by Bel̇a Rajki

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Published by Pannonia; Collet"s Holdings .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published as A versenyuṡzaṡ technikaj̇a. Pannonia, 1956.

Statementtranslated from the Hungarian by Laṡzlo ̇Gon̈doṙ; photographs by Bel̇a Rajki.
The Physical Object
Pagination92p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18828886M

If you want feedback on technique, ask your coach or lane mates to check out your sighting technique and give you some constructive criticism. It's important to continually improve this part of your swimming technique. If you sight once every 25 yards in a full Ironman triathlon, that is sightings during the swim. Swimming is the movement of the body through water using arms and of the time equipment is not used. People swim for exercise, for fun, and as a sport. People can swim in the sea, swimming pools, rivers and lakes. There are several styles of swimming, known as "strokes", including: breaststroke, freestyle, butterfly, and backstroke are some of them.

The Competitive Swimming Exchange – Facebook Group. We are members of the Competitive Swimming Exchange. This a competitive swimming Facebook group to help exchange ideas and information to collectively improve the sport we love. It’s an international group for all swimmers, coaches, teachers, masters, triathletes and swimming parents. In order to swim, a swimmer must "push" against the water using a variety of techniques. There are four major techniques, or styles, used for swimming. They are, Front Crawl (freestyle), Breaststroke, Backstroke, and Butterfly stroke. In competitive swimming these are the four techniques used in the numerous swimming events.

ADULT LEARN-TO-SWIM VOLUNTEER TEACHER SWIM LESSON GUIDE Teaching progressions to aid volunteer instructors Table of Contents: General teaching tips 1 General Teaching Progression 2 Swimmer with Trouble Breathing 5 Fearful Swimmer 6 Developing Strokes 9 Credit: Information within this guide is provided courtesy of Bill Meier, lead USMS-ALTS. While the referee has a major officiating role in competitive swimming, there are several others worth noting as well. Judges of stroke – responsible for observing swimmers' style to ensure they are using proper technique. Judges of stroke may also assist inspector of turns during the start and finish.


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Lynn's Swimming: Technique, Training, Competition Strategy (Crowood Sports Guides) provides a general overview of competitive swimming, and I think it would be most appropriate for those just starting out in the sport, or non-competitive swimmers who want to improve.

The pictures are very well-done, especially compared with some other swimming books I have seen, and the writing Cited by: 1. Competitive Swimming: Techniques for Champions (Sport's Illustrated Winner's Circle Books) Paperback – August 1, by Mark Schubert (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2).

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Swimming. swimming styles and has been improving his technique up to the present day. The present book presents the origins and the latest history of swimming, the stages of its development into a competitive sport and highlights its outstanding figures.

The Swim Australia™ Teacher of Competitive Swimming (SAT CS) will be competent to deliver basic swimming squad sessions that develop the swimming technique of novice Swimmers – this is generally defined as Swimmers who are recent “Learn to Swim” Graduates and are in the likes of a “mini squad” (usually around years and under) and still acquiring the skills needed to transition.

Consistent swimming research started in the seventies. There is a significant increase on the scientific production about competitive swimming throughout the period of time (Barbosa et al., a) that continuous nowadays.A large part of the swimming research is dedicated to the swimming strokes kinematics.

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Leonardo da Vinci made early sketches ofNikolaus Wynmann, a Swiss–German professor of languages, wrote the earliest known complete book about swimming, Colymbetes, sive de arte natandi dialogus et festivus et iucundus lectu (The.

Swimming is a wonderful sport. But around the world competitive swimming is in crisis. The number of kids training for & competing in swimming is dropping. Swimming is an individual or team racing sport that requires the use of one's entire body to move through water.

The sport takes place in pools or open water (e.g., in a sea or lake). Competitive swimming is one of the most popular Olympic sports, with varied distance events in butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, and individual addition to these individual events, four.

St George's Baths, the first public swimming pool, was constructed in England in and it emerged as a competitive sport in England in s. British Swimming organization was set up as National Swimming Society and was conducting competitions in England in Competitive swimming as a race was held among swimmers and the goal is to swim.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rajki, Béla. Technique of competitive swimming. Budapest] Pannonia [] (OCoLC) Document Type. The backcrawl swim supplanted the elementary backstroke swim after as the competitive back swim and it is now the referred to as the backstroke.

Another variant is the old style of swimming backstroke, where the arm movement formed a complete circle in a windmill type pattern. 'I found the chapters relating to technical aspects of swimming to be easily understood and lucid, and much more so than the numerous other (sic) swim coaching books .' Journal of Sports Sciences, ' informative and an extremely stimulating read.' J.

Although humans have been swimming for thousands of years, swimming only became a competitive sport in the early s. Today, swimming is the third most-watched sport in the Olympic Games. Crossing the English Channel. InMatthew Webb ignited public interest in swimming when he became the first person to swim across the English Channel.

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A textbook on all aspects of swimming, save keeping yourself aloft. Anyone over the age of five will benefit from a tremendously thorough look at competitive swimming. Each common stroke gets it's due. Careful photo series show each step of recommended technique and form/5(10).

Nevertheless, the book contained a good, methodical approach to learning breaststroke. Inthe French author and poet Melchisédech Thévenot wrote The Art of Swimming, describing a breaststroke very similar to the modern breaststroke.

The book (Benjamin Franklin became one of its readers) popularized this technique.Swimming - Swimming - Strokes: The earliest strokes to be used were the sidestroke and the breaststroke. The sidestroke was originally used with both arms submerged.

That practice was modified toward the end of the 19th century by bringing forward first one arm above the water, then the other, and then each in turn. The sidestroke was supplanted in competitive swimming by the crawl (see below.

Swimming Technique,; Bowers J., Cavanagh P. (). A biomechanical comparison of the grab and conventional starts in competitive swimming. Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming II, ; Breed R., Young W. () The effect of a resistance training programme on the grab, track and swing starts in swimming.