In the individual medley it's fly, back, breast, free. But in medley relay it's back, breast, fly, free It's different in the relay because backstroke has to start a the medley relay, there's no such thing as a '4X2L Backstoke relay, it's imposable.
Swimming A "medley" is an event in competitive swimming in which backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle are swum in equal distances by an individual or as divisions of a relay race.
Stephanie Rice competed in and won gold in three events at the 2008 Olympics. The events were: Women's 200 metre individual medley swimming Women's 400 metre individual medley swimming Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay swimming
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
In all swimming events there are four swimmers in a relay
There is no such thing as 4x400 medley relay swimming event.
in individual medley (IM) the order of strokes is fly (butterfly) back (stroke), breast (stroke), and free (front crawl) In a relay it's fly, breast, back free
Individual medlay swimming is in the following order:ButterflyBackstrokeBreastrokeFrontcrawlWhile the medlay team is in the order:BackstrokeBreastrokeButterflyFrontcrawl
"Normal" swimming is usually considered to be individual lap swimming or individual or relay competition and is one of the four racing strokes: Front crawl(or freestyle), butterfly, breastroke, or backstroke. Each of these can be perfected by preset standards. Another "normal" stroke may be elementary backstroke but it is a resting stroke and not in any competition. Synchronized swimming consists of a team that works together to invent a routine based on the standard moves.
A starting block