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  • Mallory Weggeman

    Weggemann proved herself again in the pool by taking home eight gold medals (50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley, 400m freestyle relay, 400m medley relay) and one silver (100m backstroke). Weggemann finished the meet with nine World Records. The IPC wrote the following regarding Weggemann’s performance. “USA’s Mallory Weggemann (S7) was the most successful athlete of these World Championships, winning eight gold medals and breaking

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  • Backstroke

    because it splits the plastic cover into two. Backstroke HISTORY OF BACKSTROKE Backstroke is an ancient style of swimming, who owes most of what it has to Harry Hebner. It was the second stroke to be swum in competitions after the front crawl. The first Olympic backstroke competition was the 1900 Paris Olympics men's 200 metre. Backstroke has a similar speed to butterfly. Race times for the butterfly are superior to those for the backstroke mostly because the former allows a racing start from

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  • Impact

    You asked for noodle, not vegetarian soup. 2: And look! There's 4 more flies! Waiter: Thank you for pointing that out. I'll have to charge you for noodles with meat soup. 1: Come back here! What are these flies doing in my soup?? Waiter: The backstroke, it appears to me. 2: No, no, that one is definitely doing the butterfly stroke. Waiter: (erasing and writing on the check)Exotic meat and noodle soup... that's an extra $2.50. (Exits)  1: I'm not paying for a bowl full of flies! Where did that

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  • Amazon

    ocean if you like to swim outdoors). Rest enough to catch your breath between sprint swims (about 20-40 seconds). Try to keep the rest intervals fairly short with swim sprints. You can also mix different strokes (crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, backstroke, butterfly) on each swim sprint. I’ve found that sprint swimming gives me a great muscle pump (especially in the upper body), without any soreness the next day as is typical with weight training. This is because swimming has no eccentric movement

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  • Essay

    Pituitary Egg yoke and water Uncut hair or beard Priest Jehovah's Witnesses Turmeric China Man overboard Grey hair Please-please me Portugal The renal Red Yellow Gus Grissom Modest CompuServe Twenty four Lets Spend the Night Together Swimming – Backstroke Cry Paraguay Hindu Xylophone Oil Tanker Earache Angola Gynaecologist Needlework Kabinett Cream of cauliflower Glandular fever Baden Powell Japan Billy the Kid Brueghel Mastermind Black Humphry Bogart A fistful of Dollars Lionel Bart Printing Snails

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  • Compound Words

    anyhow anyone anyplace anything | anytime anyway anywhere applesauce armchair | armhole armpit arrowhead artwork awestruck | B backache backbone backdrop background backhand backhoe backlog backpack backspace backstabbing backstroke backwater backwoods backyard badlands bagpipes ballplayer bantamweight barcode barefoot barnstorm barnyard baseball | basketball bathmat bathrobe bathroom bathtub bathwater battleaxe battlecruiser battleship battlecry beancurd

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  • Pe Swimming

    project is all about Advance swimming and explanations every step of swimming technique and each phase/skill. Advance Freestyle Advance Breastroke Video (explanation) * Right arm pull 3 counts * Right arm pull 2 counts * Basic backstroke Advance swimming: * Advance Freestyle A competition in which the contestant is given more latitude than in related events, “especially “ swimming competition in which the swimmer may use any stroke. The freestyle stroke, also known as front

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  • Special Olympics

    do. 2.As a Special Olympic Swim coach, you have to be prepared to teach all four of the main strokes, work on the techniques, and be able to modify the process at any point in time. The four main strokes are freestyle (visual), backstroke (visual), breastroke (visual), and butterfly (visual). According to the General Coaching Points on the Special Olympic Swimming website,” FINA has particular rules for specific disability classifications that may meet the needs of a particular

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  • Swimming

    relax and feel good. Common swimming styles in recreational swimming are breaststroke, backstroke, side stroke and freestyle. Competitive swimming Some people who enjoy swimming want to take it to a competitive level. This can provide the health benefits of a vigorous workout as well as the fun and thrill of competition. The main strokes used in competitive swimming are breaststroke, freestyle, backstroke and butterfly. The distances swum in competition swimming can vary from 50 metres in a

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  • Phsychology

    encompass particular ideas or groups of ideas. For example, beginning in infancy, they form concepts that enable them to categorize objects and events (G. Mandler, 2011; J. M. Mandler, 2007; Quinn, 2002). Some concepts, such as butterfly, chair, and backstroke, refer to a fairly narrow range of objects or events. Other concepts are fairly general ones that encompass numerous more specific concepts. concept or events that have something in common. ISBN 1-256-96292-9 schema Educational Psychology:

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  • Google & Employee Incentives

    motivate them. Although Google has many programmers and coders, they have equally, if not more, people that work in HR, accounting, marketing, and the like. In other words, there is a big pool, with swimmers of very different speeds, and some swim backstroke while others are butterfly and freestyle. Google’s task is to figure out how to motivate each group of swimmers, and yet allow them to work as a team at the same rate. Google has appealed, in part, to McClelland’s approach in learning one’s own

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  • Narrative Report

    the schools boycott the game. Some names I heared and read in news who dominated are Claire Adorna of UP went home with four gold, one silver and one bronze medals and stablished two new records in the 400-meter freestyle (4:33.69) and 200-meter backstroke (2:23.53). The MVPs and the rookies of the year with five golds and two silver medals, La Salle star Johansen Aguilar, He won a third straight men’s MVP plum. UP’s Christen Mercado was named Rookie of the Year. Ateneo’s Celina Gonzalez claimed

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  • Groups and Teams Paper

    Army, or swimming team. Take a sport like swimming for instance; each swimmer has a separate task but the goal is still the same. When the time comes to compete in the medley relays the team uses the strongest swimmers in each stroke (freestyle, backstroke, breast stroke, and the butterfly). In teams, individual strengths are complementary to make the team a whole. In Learning Team A’s team charter, the group acknowledges individual strengths and weaknesses to make a mental note of their diversity

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  • Love

    she will assign to the 800-meter medley relay team. The medley relay consists of four strokes—the backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle. The coach has computed the average times (in minutes) each of her top six swimmers has achieved in each of the four strokes for 200 meters in previous swim meets during the season as follows: Stroke (min) Swimmer Annie Beth Carla Debbie Erin Fay Backstroke 2.56 2.63 2.71 2.60 2.68 2.75 Breaststroke 3.07 3.01 2.95 2.87 2.97 3.10 Butterfly 2.90 3.12 2.96

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  • Business

    4. He didn’t think the car would make it over the mountains, being eight years old. 5. The James brothers decided to have their cattle engraved instead of branded, since they were so rich. 6. In the Death Valley Swim Meet, Maria could use the backstroke or sidestroke in the first race, whichever was best for her. 7. I didn’t do (good/well) on my nature project because my bonsai sequoia tree grew real bad in its small container. 8. After boarding Hard Luck Airways, the meals we were offered convinced

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  • Or- Bernard Taylor

    she will assign to the 800-meter medley relay team. The medley relay consists of four strokes—backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle. The coach has computed the average times (in minutes) each of her top six swimmers has achieved in each of the four strokes for 200 meters in previous swim meets during the season, as follows: Stroke (min.) Swimmer Annie Beth Carla Debbie Erin Fay Backstroke 2.56 2.63 2.71 2.60 2.68 2.75 Breaststroke 3.07 3.01 2.95 2.87 2.97 3.10 Butterfly 2.90 3.12 2

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  • Swimming

    at St. John's College, Cambridge and was interested in the scientific method. His short treatise, De arte natandi, was written in Latin and contained over 40 woodcut illustrations depicting various methods of swimming, including the breaststroke, backstroke and crawl. Digby regarded the breaststroke as the most useful form of swimming. In 1603, Emperor Go-Yozei of Japan declared that schoolchildren should swim. In 1696, the French author Melchisédech Thévenot wrote The Art of Swimming, describing

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  • Quiz-Gen. Knowledge

    they at the beginning of a frame? 15 23. Who was the leading wicket taker in the last ashes series? Jimmy Anderson 24. Which sport uses the lightest ball? Table tennis 25. There are four strokes in competitive swimming, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and which other? Freestyle 26. What are three strikes in a row called in bowling? Turkey 27. What is the bookmaking signalling system called? Tic tac 28. Who was the first black man to captain England? Incey 29. Who was

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  • Child Labour

    Pituitary Egg yoke and water Uncut hair or beard Priest Jehovah's Witnesses Turmeric China Man overboard Grey hair Please-please me Portugal The renal Red Yellow Gus Grissom Modest CompuServe Twenty four Lets Spend the Night Together Swimming – Backstroke Cry Paraguay Hindu Xylophone Oil Tanker Earache Angola Gynaecologist Needlework Kabinett Cream of cauliflower Glandular fever Baden Powell Japan Billy the Kid Brueghel Mastermind Black Humphry Bogart A fistful of Dollars Lionel Bart Printing Snails

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  • Life Skills Curriculum Development and Management Division

    - Function of the forest - Types of forest - Surviving in the forest - How to adapt in forest environment 3. An Aquatic|5| - Performance of S Strokes: frontcrawl, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly - Personal Survival and Life Saving Techniques - Threading water - Improvised Flotation - Swim to safety - Approaching a victim - Using

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  • Compound Word List

     jetliner | dogwood | downbeat | atchcase | backlash | watchman | below | jetport | boardwalk | jackpot | ballpark | watchtower  |  timepieces |  watercolor |  watercooler | gumball |  goodbye |  nevermore |  coffeemaker  | watercraft |  backstroke |   waterfront | waterlog |  moonwalk  | woodshop | jellyfish | waterfowl | uphold |  watermark |  fishmonger |  waterpower | shipbottom  |  goodnight | nutcracker | racquetball | waterscape | newsletter | waterside | waterspout | |

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  • Test2

    backslapper/MS backslapping/M backslash/DSG backslider/M backslide/S backslid/RZG backspace/GSD backspin/SM backstabber/M backstabbing backstage backstair/S backstitch/GDSM backstop/MS backstopped backstopping backstreet/M backstretch/SM backstroke/GMDS backtalk/S backtrack/SDRGZ backup/SM Backus/M backwardness/MS backward/YSP backwash/SDMG backwater/SM backwood/S backwoodsman/M backwoodsmen backyard/MS baconer/M Bacon/M bacon/SRM bacterial/Y bacteria/MS bactericidal bactericide/SM

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  • The Basics of Swimming

    exhaling through your nose, you can hold it closed or wear a nose plug and exhale through your mouth. Learn how to do a crawl. Crawls are great strokes to learn as a beginner, and they'll move you pretty quickly. Here's how to do them: • Try a backstroke first. Float flat on your back, and do a flutter kick with your legs. With your arms, do the "crawl" motion, lifting one arm straight into the air and keeping it straight as it re-enters the water next to your head. Once it's underwater, bend it

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  • Quantitative Technique

    swimmer must swim 100 meters of break stroke, backstroke, butterfly, or free style. The coach believes that each swimmer will attend the times (seconds) given in the table below. To minimize the team time for the race, assign each swimmer for a stroke. Freestyle break stroke butterfly Backstroke Sharon 54 54 51 53 Jane 51 57 52 52 Chris 50 53 54 56 Stev 56 54 55 53 Solution Row minimization. Freestyle break stroke butterfly Backstroke Sharon 3 3 0 2 Jane 0 6 01 01 Chris 0 3 4 6

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  • Swimminig

    pulling) | | |Synchronisation of kicking & pulling drills & practices | |Week 9 |Backstroke drills | | |Reversed flutter kick drills & practice | |

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  • Pathfinders Honor Book 2014 (Gc)

    continuously any combination of strokes for 500 yards. 3. Swim front crawl—200 yards. 4. Swim underwater—25 yards. 5. Swim back crawl—l00 yards. 6. Swim breaststroke—50 yards. 7. Swim side stroke—50 yards. 8. Swim butterfly—25 yards 9. Demonstrate backstroke flip turn. 10. Do in-water rescues using equipment. 11. Discuss conditioning principles and demonstrate checking your heart rate. 12. Retrieve a diving brick (10-lb) from 8-10 feet of water. 13. Review water safety skills. 14. Tread water for

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  • Operations Management

    assign to the 800-meter medley relay team. The medley relay consists of four strokes—the backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle. The coach has computed the average times (in minutes) each of her top six swimmers has achieved in each of the four strokes for 200 meters in previous swim meets during the season as follows. Stroke (min) Swimmer Annie Beth Carla Debbie Erin Fay Backstroke Breaststroke Butterfly Freestyle 2.56 2.63 2.71 2.60 2.68 2.75 3.07

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  • Gay Lingo

    lover Personality or behavior bionic woman Bionic—bayo or magbayo, slang for “to masturbate” major Natural activities neurosurgeon Neuro—connotes suddenly becoming intelligent astonishing surprise Emotional or psychological state backstroke Backstroke—backstab to backstab or criticize behind someone’s back Personality or behavior success stories Success—an ugly girl or boy whose poor people who partner is a rich foreigner have married rich Identity quality control Quality—good physical

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  • Analysis of Pt Sessions

    changes in the nervous system. (7 – 10) Power and speed are adaptations of both training AND practice. (5 & 6) The training methods used were as follows: Biathlon – Lesson 1: • Pupils complete: 50m Freestyle time trial, 25m Breaststroke, 25m Backstroke, Relays • Introduce the disciplines of the Biathlon: 200m swim followed by 1km run Biathlon – Lesson 2: • Complete a 200m swim broken into two 100m swims with a short interval in between for recovery. • Identify the difference in stroke technique

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  • End of the World

    The opening lines “Me and Mom vs. You and Dad sets the stage for an excessively competitive doubles tennis. Younger son Frank sides with Mom where older brother Walter proudly joins the father who gives some questionable advice regarding her backstroke. Competitive games are repeated throughout the film’ boxing, ping-pong. The fiercest competition is the literary competition to publish that both parents are engaged in. In this area the father condescendingly tries to give advise for his wife

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  • Aicirteam

    and 4000 m freestyle, 200 m backstroke, and a 200 m team race (see also Swimming at the 1900 Summer Olympics). There were two additional unusual swimming events (although common at the time): an obstacle swimming course in the Seine river (swimming with the current), and an underwater swimming race. The 4000 m freestyle was won by John Arthur Jarvis in under one hour, the longest Olympic swimming race until the 10k marathon swim was introduced in 2008. The backstroke was also introduced to the Olympic

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  • Critical Reasoning for Gmat

    saved by driving less on residential streets and more on highways. (D) The local swim team spends many more hours practicing the backstroke than it spends practicing the breaststroke. But the team’s lap times for the breaststroke are much better than its times for the backstroke, so the team would win more swim meets if it spent less time practicing the backstroke and more time practicing the breaststroke.(B) (E) Banks have a higher profit margin on loans that have a high interest rate than

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  • Public Services

    Oxygen uptake, VO2 max | | | | Press ups (in 1 minute) ◾Male – 40+◾Female – 20+Minimum levelSit ups (in 1 minute) ◾Male – 41+◾Female – 38+Minimum levelSwimming Assessment ◾50m timed swim (under 60 seconds)◾2 minutes tread water◾2 lengths backstroke, breaststroke and front crawl◾Brick retrieval | | The HM Prison Service Bleep Test involves running back and forth between two set points, 15 metres apart, in time with the 'bleeps'. The time between each bleep then gets shorter as the test reaches

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  • History of Swimming

    Australia, where he taught the stroke that was to become the famous Australian crawl. OLYMPIC HISTORY Swimming has featured on the programme of all editions of the Games since 1896. The very first Olympic events were freestyle (crawl) or breaststroke. Backstroke was added in 1904. In the 1940s, breaststrokers discovered that they could go faster by bringing both arms forward over their heads. This practice was immediately forbidden in breaststroke, but gave birth to butterfly, whose first official appearance

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  • Wasdwaa

    and tennis since 1900 in Paris). In the 1912 games, Harry Hebner of the United States won the 100m backstroke. At these games Duke Kahanamoku from Hawaii won the 100m freestyle, having learned the six kicks per cycle front crawl from older natives of his island. This style is now considered the classical front crawl style. The men's competitions were 100m, 400m, and 1500m Freestyle, 100m backstroke, 200m and 400m breaststroke, and four by 200m freestyle relay. The women’s competitions were 100m freestyle

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  • Swimming

    the closer together everyone is to each other the bigger the wake each one will experience as a direct result of the other swimmers.  Lane lines that don't give swimmers enough room can also get in the way of kicks and strokes.  Breaststroke and backstroke are especially susceptible. Walls.  The type of material the walls are made of and the slick-ness of the walls can made a difference in the speed of a pool.  If walls are slick as can happen with many materials, and/or give way a little, which can

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  • The Glass Castle

    Jeannette development an unlikely bond beginning with Jeannette assisting Dinita with an English assignment and from there the two spent time together at the community pool. “Dinita and I stayed in the pool all morning, splashing, practicing the backstroke and the butterfly. She flailed around in the water almost as much as I did…I’d never felt cleaner (192).” Jeannette’s ability to forgive Dinita for being cruel to her when she first arrived in Welch show an exceptional growth of character for Jeannette’s

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  • Physical Therapy

    active rest provided the work intensities are moderate and the exercises undertaken are different to those normally performed in training3,56. For example, pool work that involves some backstroke, breaststroke, and side stroke techniques is ideal for tennis players as these are excellent forms of active stretching. Backstroke actions will extend the spine, stretch the rotator cuff and provide some conditioning work for the external rotators of the shoulder. These pool activities also have the added benefit

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