The backstroke was first demonstrated at the Olympic Games in Stockholm in the
year of 1912 through the American swimmer Hebner. Because he won the race, his
innovative technique was taken very seriously. For a long time the backstroke
was swum ...
of all, the breaststroke is a discontinuous stroke; the damming and the stroke's
movement is not continuous. In most countries, the breaststroke is the first
stroke that is taught. Breaststroke is the slowest stroke of all competition
butterfly is a relatively young stroke. The butterfly stems from the
breaststroke, because the contramovement of the armsare executed above the
waterline. The pull through of the arms was extended in the direction of thehips,
while initially ...
freestyle is a swimming stroke with a double armstroke above the water, which is
executed differently from eachother. The legstroke is continuous. The freestyle
is the fastest swimming stroke because of ...