Interesting facts: * swimmers wear noseclips * swimmers cannot touch the pool bottom at all during routines (even when they are throwing girls into the air) * for competition swimmers put knox Gelatin in their hair * underwater speakers are used
Olympic swimming is the same as most competitive swimming. There are four strokes; butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. One thing that MIGHT be different is that usually a 50 is two laps but it is a 50 yar pool so you swim a 50 in one lap.
OK well firstly,
1. Around 65 thousand people (are estimated) in the United States don't know how to swim!! 2. The first recorded swimming race was held in Japan! 3. In freestyle races you can use any stroke but the most popular is the front crawl/freestyle. 4. Women weren't allowed to compete in swimming at the Olympics till 1912! 5. The bikini was named after a U.S nuclear testing site in the South Pacific, in 1946!! 6. Swimming wasn't included as a sport in the Ancient Olympics! Hope that heaps lol!! (:
if you move once on the block after whistle is blown you
can be disqualifed for false start.
yes swimming is an olympic event
the 1st olympic swimming pool was in 1899.
a swimming stroke
No, swimming is only in the Summer Olympic Games
There are usually 50 meters in a Olympic sized swimming pool.
Swimming has been held at every Olympic games since 1896. Open water swimming was added in the 2008 Olympics.
Swimming pool sports started from Britain around 1830, but first swimming pools games started in Olympic in 1896.
Swimming races and diving
United States Olympic Trials - swimming - was created in 1920.
in an olympic swimming pool its 50m
they are Olympic records and there are list of them in the link below.