If a swimmer breaks any swimming rule, they get disqualified. If they get disqualified the time that they got, well not count. If they were to break all of the rules, the same happens. They don't get another punishment for each broken rule. Their time just won't count.
Able bodied swimming and dissability swimming is different as where people have missing limbs extra, the rules that apply in able bodied swimming cannot apply in dissability swimming. For example, on butterfly and breaststroke, the swimmer must touch each wall with both hands, but in a dissability meet, the swimmer would not be able to do this if they only hadhalf anarm. However the swimmer still has to push their half arm foreward as if they were going to touch the wall, but once their other handhas touched, they can turn. Hope this answered your question :)
as a swimmer, i can say that anybody can join swimming and it really benefits the body. It's a GREAT aerobic AND anaerobic sport that keeps any swimmer healthy. There are swimmers all over the world, and more people join swimming each day. Whether you're 3 or 93, swimming is great. Basic swimming can save one from drowning. Casual swimming can keep one healthy and fit. and if you decide to go hard core and Olympic status, well look at Michael Phelps. The honor and fame and memories of swimming are endless. Swimming is truly a GREAT sport that you can never retire from :)
There are many types of relays in swimming. The two main categories are Medley Relays and Freestyle Relays. A medley relay consists of 4 swimmers, with each swimmer doing a different stroke (Backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, freestyle). A freestyle relay consists of 4 swimmers, with each one swimming freestyle. A 100 relay would mean that each swimmer is going for 25 yards/meters. A 200 relay means 50 yards/meters each and so on. Sometimes relays are referred to as "four by (length)" relays. So a 400 yard freestyle relay consisting of four 100 yard freestyle legs would be called a "four by 100 yard free relay" and so on...and so on also swimming is an awsome sport!!!!!!
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The shorter end of each parallel line breaks off and falls to the floor with a soft 'clink'.
Because they are all moving at different speeds.
There has been at least one tie for an Olympic gold medal. The 2000 Olympics, held in Sydney, Australia, had a tie in the men's 50M freestyle swimming event between Gary Hall, Jr. (USA) and Anthony Ervin (USA). Each swimmer had a time of 21.98 seconds, and each swimmer received a gold medal. There was no silver medal awarded for that event, only two gold and one bronze.
Ian Thorpe is the Best swimmer ever and he shouldn't have retired so young!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is an interferance engine meaning that when the timing belt breaks the pistons and the valves will slam into each other requiring at the very least a complete cylinder head overhaul if not a new engine.
Each leg is made of seven segments and has 2 or 3 tiny claws at the tip. If a leg is lost, it will grow back.
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both of the events include the strokes: butterfly, backstroke, breastroke, and freestyle. thought the order of the strokes is different in the individual medley the order of the strokes is: fly, back, breast, free in the medley relay the order of the strokes is: back, breast, fly, free