breaststroker


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someone who swims the breaststroke

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The team also included backstroker Lauren Quigley (1:00.30), breaststroker Sophie Allen (1:07.82) and freestyler Fran Halsall (53.21), who had earlier won Britain's only swimming medal of the championships.
Van der Burgh, who admitted he had robbed Aussie breaststroker Christian Sprenger of a gold medal by using illegal dolphin kicks in the Olympic final, partied at the Aussie athletes' party hotspot The Last Lap in Soho, where he had a '2012-pound cocktail laced with gold leaf'.
Frequency, associated factors, and treatment of breaststroker's knee in competitive swimmers.
Evans joins several other leading American swimmers as part of the Arena team, including Olympic and world champion breaststroker, Rebecca Soni, recently retired Olympic and world champion backstroker, Aaron Peirsol, and Olympic breaststroker, Eric Shanteau.
Victoria Hall (City of Newcastle) established herself as the fastest female breaststroker in the pool when she won the 13 years' 100m race in 1:15.33.
There are several syndromes designated to body parts and to activities where muscle and tendon become adversely affected due to excessive usage: tennis elbow (outside aspect of the elbow joint), golfer's and breaststroker's elbow (inside aspect of the elbow joint), jumper's knees, breaststroker's knees, bowler's thumb, and swimmer's shoulder--just to name a few.
I spoke to a 200m breaststroker for whom it meant so much to compete in Beijing that he had postponed treatment for testicular cancer until the Games were over.
In working on the breaststroke, it should be understood that not everyone can become a top breaststroker. The many outstanding breaststrokers who cannot make it in other strokes have an answer: They can make adjustments in the breast-stroke that will prepare them with good enough freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly competition for the individual medley.
"Michael is just a phenomenon, like a mutant or something," said American breaststroker Tara Kirk.
Sweetenham's esprit de l'escalier was to dub the 100m and 200m breaststroker, who has gloriously failed at recent Olympics, as "second rate".
"I hold the Irish record in all my events so I think I would maybe be more frustrated if I wasn't a breaststroker.
There are another two short-course world champions and several up-and-coming names, including young Queensland breaststroker Leisel Jones.
Coach Steve Brown of the Sarasota Family YMCA Sharks says Annie Babicz was "the fastest 12-year-old breaststroker in America" last year.
(2007) Intra-cyclic distance per stroke phase, velocity fluctuations and acceleration time ratio of a breaststroker's hip: a comparison between elite and non-elite swimmers at different race paces.