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the freestyle portion must be done with a style that has not been used already—no backstroke, breaststroke, or. . Butterfly to Backstroke — The swimmer must touch as described in 101.

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Most swimmers do a flip turn. 6.

Just like after the start, swimmers must.

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(For ease of reading the complete section of rules relating to breaststroke has been re-produced) SW 7. On turns, swimmers may rotate to the stomach and perform a flip turn and some part of the swimmer must touch the wall.

the freestyle portion must be done with a style that has not been used already—no backstroke, breaststroke, or.
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The use of a backstroke ledge outside this range is not allowed under FINA rules.

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BACKSTROKE: Similar to rules for freestyle, except swimmers have to stay on their backs (with the exception of turns in multi-lap races. Officiating Swimming Backstroke The "Officiating Swimming - Competitive Strokes" videos are the FINA approved tools used for a better understanding of officiating in Swimming. The goal is to try and carry the same speed through all their final strokes – including the finishing stroke as they are extending their arm over their head.

6. SW 7 BREASTSTROKE SW 7. As you get more comfortable with the turn, experiment. Officiating Swimming Backstroke The "Officiating Swimming - Competitive Strokes" videos are the FINA approved tools used for a better understanding of officiating in Swimming. . 4,$“Breaststroke$and$Butterfly$Hands$Separated$Interpretation”$ $ 29.

1 Prior to the starting signal, the swimmers shall line up in the water.

2 – Use the lane-line to practice pulling behind yourself. 3 Completely submerged during stroke SW 5.

The swimmer must finish on the back.

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This turn is the easiest to master and when done well can be very effective.

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