Meilutyte 50m Breast at Moscow FINA World Cup – Race Video

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EVENT COVERAGE: 2013, Moscow, Russia, FINA Swimming World Cup, women’s 50 breaststroke. Ruta Meilutyte wins in 28.89, just .09 off the world record.

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Efimova false started and she was still a good yard behind Ruta on breakout.

Ruta never gets into streamline position before the kick, she looks forward all the way during the stroke and recovery – no amateur bobbing. Add this to Gyurta’s kicking early in recovery and we have two best breaststrokers in the world swimming it opposite to “conventional” and wrong mantra of staying low and getting fast to streamline position to kick. Breaststroke is well and kicking 🙂

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