Swimming Into the 21st Century
Presents a panoramic perspective of every phase of competitive swimming and looks at where it has been, where it is, and where it is going. The book details the search for improved stroke techniques, the development of improved training methods and more.
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PARTI SWIMMING PROPULSION
Principles of Stroke Mechanics
The Technique of the Crawl Stroke
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