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there is way to many to count :)
The world record in the 4x100 meter relay was set by Jamaica (Usain Bolt, Michael Frater, Nesta Carter, Asafa Powell) at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing in a time of 37.10 seconds. The women's world record is held by East Germany at a time of 41.37 seconds set in 1985.
very good question.
but it varys depending on the league and whos swimming what
really they just work through the events
you might be swimming the 12 22 and 34 event for example. just be at the blocks on time and youll be fine
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
He practices very hard to achieve his goals
An Olympic swimming pool must be 50m long with a tolerance of 0.03m for 0.3m above the surface to 0.8m below the surface of the water.
There is not such a tight tolerance on the width of an Olympic swimming pool which is 25m wide
That was Ian Thorpe who won 5 medals (3 gold, 2 silver) at the 2000 Games. Thorpe's gold medals came in the 400 meter freestyle, 4x100 meter freestyle relay, and the 4x200 meter freestyle relay. His silver medals came in the 200 meter freestyle and the 4x100 meter medley relay.
Not sure on exact temp...but it needs to be COLD.
The most famous today is probably Michael Phelps, although if you're talking all time there's Alexander Popov and Mark Spitz who are also both very famous.
bef. 900; ME swimmen, OE swimman; c. D zwemmen, G schwimmen, ON svimma
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Yes, there are electronic touch pads that time the races to 1/1000 of a second. Some have said that at a the touch finish of a race, this is length that a fingernail grows in three days.
WORLD record holder Ian Thorpe was disqualified from the 400m freestyle event at the Olympic swimming trials at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre today.
Thorpe overbalanced on the blocks and fell into the water before the official start of his heat on the opening day of the eighth selection trials. After returning to the blocks with the rest of the competitors, he was told by an official that he was disqualified.
Thorpe's manager Dave Flask as said the Olympic, World and Commonwealth champion heard a noise before he fell into the water and stated that Thorpe had lodged a protest. After officials viewed footage of the incident, Thorpe lost both appeals and is not scheduled to race in the event, losing a place to relatively unknown swimmer Craig Stevens.
Thorpe is ready to move on and has qualified for the 200 metre event, ensuring a place on the Olympic Team.
I think all of the strokes, freestyle, breastroke,etc.
they can't really see in the water. But think of it like this , let's say if you were blind folded and you were pretending that you were a shark. and you sat a plate of pizza on the table you can smell that pizza like a shark can smell blood.
Michael phelps, dara Torres, and many, many others on the American team. kudos to all of them!
A pool that is used for the junior Olympics (I'm assuming that's what you're referring to) is either 25 yards or 50 meters long, depending on the country you're in. In the US, the JO size is 25 yards.AnswerThere really is no Jr. Olympic pool. If one is referring to a pool that is used for the AAU Jr. Olympics, the pool dimensions are the same as full grown Olympics. If one is referring to a pool that is smaller than an Olympic pool (Jr. in size) Then a short course pool is usually found. Here are the standards used for Olympic pools. I found this on the usaswimming.org website. Follow the following link.
http://www.usaswimming.org/USASWeb/_Rainbow/Documents/6d93bb35-b042-42e2-95c2-de5b83f74083/2005%20Rulebook1protected.pdfAnswerThe lane size for any pool used in USA swimming championships and international competition is 8 feet 2 1/2 inches or 2.5 meters from divider to divider with approximately .45 meters or (1 foot 6 inches)of additional open water for the outside of the outside lanes. AnswerSince this is not a internationally recognized size, at least in US a Junior Olympic Pool would be either 20 meters or 25 yards. Neither of them truly is half of Olympic size pool.
Competition pools in the US are usually one of four lengths. They are 25 yards, 25 meters, 55 yards, or 50 meters. These lengths are chosen because only pools of these lengths are recognised for the establishment of record times by US swimming regulatory bodies such as USA Swimming. Recreational pools come in all shapes and sizes and are not CERTIFIED. Competition pools must be certified by an engineer to be within very strict limits so as to provide a standard length for setting records. International rules are different (see FINA ). If you want to determine conversions from meters to yards it is generally acceptable to add 10% to a yard time to yield a close approximation of a meter time. This is true because a meter is about 3.37 in longer than a yard. Mile distances are rounded to the nearest full length. For example a mile in a yard pool is 70 lengths or 1750 yds, actually 10 feet shorter than a mile. The best way to determine whether the pool you work out in is 25yds or 25 m is to get a tape measure and measure the pool.
he is in college right now at the University of Michigan. he hasn't graduated from there yet
It depends one what pool you go to. There are some swimming pools that have lines on the bottom and there are others that do not
Peruvian athletes have competed in both summer and winter Olympic games over the years with their most successful Olympics being the 1948 London games where Edwin Vásquez won a gold medal for shooting in the men's 50m pistol event.
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At the Olympics, 5.
2000 Summer Games in Sydney - 400 meter freestyle, 4x100 meter freestyle relay, 4x200 meter freestyle relay.
2004 Summer Games in Athens - 200 meter freestyle, 400 meter freestyle.