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JODIE HENRY AT 90 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2004 ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES

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The time between each frame is not known (this analysis is from a slow motion clip). Because of the quality of the video, it is only possible to view Jodie Henry's right arm pull. Jodie Henry's time for this event was 53.84 seconds.

INGE DE BRUIJN AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

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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.

LIBBY LENTON AT 70 m OF HER LEG OF THE 4 X 200 m FREESTYLE RELAY FINAL AT THE 2005 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MONTREAL

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The time between each frame is .1 seconds. Libby Lenton did not swim the 200-m freestyle individual event at the Australian Trials or the World Championships. The reason she is featured here is that this swim, the lead-off leg for Australia in the 4 x 200 m freestyle relay, was timed at 1:57.06, the fastest time in the world in 2005 and faster than Solonne Figues' time of 1:58.6 in winning the individual event at the World Championships. Libby Lenton established herself as the premier women's sprinter of 2005.

BACKSTROKE TEACHING AID #1

배영 Backstroke

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 each individual's capabilities.

RYOSUKE IRIE AT 140 m OF HIS WORLD RECORD 200 m BACKSTROKE SWIM AT THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT, CANBERRA MAY 10, 2009

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Ryosuke Irie's time for this event was 1:52.86. Later in 2009, Irie improved on this time while Aaron Piersol established a new world record with a time of 1:51.92.

KIRSTY COVENTRY AT 115 m OF HER WORLD RECORD GOLD MEDAL 200 m BACKSTROKE RACE AT THE 2009 ROME WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (RIGHT ARM)

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AGNES KOVACS AT 160m OF HER WINNING SEMI-FINAL 200 m BREASTSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

평영 Breaststroke

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.

MEGAN QUANN'S LAST STROKE IN HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m BREASTSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

평영 Breaststroke

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. In this race, Megan Quann recorded a time of 1:07.05.

MEGAN QUANN AT 75 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 100 m BREASTSTROKE RACE AT THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES IN SYDNEY

평영 Breaststroke

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. In this race, Megan Quann recorded a time of 1:07.05.

SUSAN O'NEILL AT 185 m OF HER MEET RECORD 200 m RACE AT THE 1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SYDNEY

접영 Butterfly

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. This sequence is from Susan O'Neill's semi-final 200-m race in which she set a new meet record of 2:06.53. It should be compared to other breathing-stroke sequences of this swimmer in this section of the Swimming Science Journal. In this presentation, only general comments will be made relative to those other analyses.

MICHAEL PHELPS AT 110 m OF HIS WORLD RECORD 200 m BUTTERFLY RACE AT THE 2003 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BARCELONA

접영 Butterfly

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Michael Phelps' time was a world record 1:53.93.

PETRIA THOMAS AT 125 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 200 m BUTTERFLY RACE AT THE 2001 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FUKUOKA

접영 Butterfly

Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Petria Thomas' time for the 200m race was 2:06.73.

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