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.
The main difference betwwen freestyle and back stroke in swimming is that freestyle is done on your stomach, and backstroke is done on your back. Freestyle is also a much faster stroke than back stroke.
A backstroke is a swimming stroke swum while lying on one's back, rotating both arms through the water to propel the swimmer backwards.
front stroke back stoke breast stroke elementary backstroke
there is non like when you have fallen in a river your going to do front crawl not back stroke or butterfly to save your life
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
hey there! ok well my favourite back stroke swimmer is the south African chanelle van wyk. she is absalutly amazing!!:)
Backstroke is an ancient style of swimming owes most of what it has to Harry Hebner.
Freestyle breastroke backstroke and butterfly
Keep your head back, and feet always kicking. Try to rotate your body on every stroke and feel like your pushing the water.
The Invidivual Medley (IM) goes: Butterfly, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Freestyle In a relay, the medley goes: Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, Freestyle
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yes!!!!!!!!!! there are four strokes in competitive swimming: butterfly, backstroke, breast stroke, and freestyle
a medley is a mix of all the strokes, an IM (individual medley) is butterfly, backstroke, breast stroke, freestyle. A medley relay is backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle.
You lay on your back. Your arms and legs move the same as elementary backstroke.
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The most common swimming strokes are the breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly stroke and of course the freestyle. There are also the sidestroke and the elementary backstroke as well.
The most common swimming strokes are the freestyle, backstroke, butterfly stroke and of course the freestyle. There are also the sidestroke and the elementary backstroke as well.
Butterfly, backstroke, breastroke, freestyle is the order for swimming an individal medley. However, when swimming the medley relay, the order is: backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle.
Some club swimmers can average: 2m/stroke on freestyle and backstroke 3m/stroke on breaststroke and butterfly But most general swimmers can average 1m/stroke
well, the most common one is freestyle but there are 3 more. Butterfly, backstroke and breaststroke.
I'm not being smart, a backstroke saw. There are Japanese saws that cut both ways. There is a blade for a jig saw that cuts on the up stroke for cutting laminate from underneath so it doesn't chip.
Breast stroke was invented in 1955 by this guy
well you do swimming on your back while swimming backstroke