All the time. Backstroke is a stroke that swimmers use, and elementary backstroke is like an easier version of it. It's always in the water
Any, they cannot officially achieve a backstroke time as the judges are not judging them on backstroke rules. If they want to do backstroke to find out what time they can achieve, they should do a backstroke start. In freestyle you can do what ever you want apart from touch the bottom of the pool or pull on the lane rope, so you can start however you want.
Mine is a 27.32
Mine is a 1:55.76.
There is the normal Olympic backstroke and survival backstroke and that's it.
World Record 100 meter backstroke: Aaron Peirsol (USA) July 1, 2008 Time: 52.89
my 50m backstroke was 32 seconds last season, id assume around 30 seconds now, and i swim a 1.10, so i dont know exactly what your time would be. Probably around 1.15 - 1.20 is a good guess
World Record 50 Meter Backstroke: Liam Tancock (United Kingdom) April 2, 2008 Time: 24.27
My best time is 2:18.43 It's the backstroke that gets me.
Men's 200 meter backstroke was not competed at the 1904 Games in St. Louis. The only backstroke event was a distance of 100 yards and it was won by Walter Brack of Germany in a time of 1:16.8.
The most effective way to get your time down in any race is more practice. But for more instantaneous results work on your starts, turns and under-waters (they are very crucial to a great backstroke race).
The sports that you can win by going backwards are backstroke and rowing
World Record 200m Backstroke: Ryan Lochte (USA) and Aaron Peirsol (USA) March 30, 2007 and July 4, 2008 Time: 1:54.32
There are many good countries that get alot of gold medals inn backstroke, such as the USA and Canada. but the very best in backstroke is Australia. they have won 14 gold medals in backstroke this year and broken 8 world records.
Backstroke - album - was created on 2004-07-13.
You lay on your back. Your arms and legs move the same as elementary backstroke.
Backstroke is an ancient style of swimming owes most of what it has to Harry Hebner.
around 40 seconds, depending male or female
Backstroke flags,typically displaying a schools emblem or mascot, are hung over a swimming pool during a swim meet in support of the "home" team. They are called backstroke flags because when the swimmmers are performing the backstroke the flags are visible and can possibly intimidatge the opposing team.
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Tyler Clary United States (USA) won the gold medal in the Men's 200m backstroke with a Olympic record time of 1:53:41 Missy Franklin United States (USA) won the Gold Medal in the Women's 200 m backstroke with a new world record of 2:04:06
The backstroke is a swimming style that involves the swimmer laying on his back and moving his arms and feet to propel through the water. The backstroke can be dated back to ancient times, but it became popular after American Olympian Henry Hebner took the gold in the 100 m backstroke in the 1912 Olympics.
Injuries to the head, hands, wrists and arms...Sometimes legs if attempting a backstroke tumble-turn or even a backstroke to breastroke turn. It was only today i injured my finger doing one of these turns; but these are the main fears of swimming backstroke in a swimming pool...