Breaststroke is the most challenging, inefficient and slowest of the four strokes. It is also the key to a successful IM.
In this video, Johns Hopkins freshman swimmer Gwynnie LaMastra demonstrates the “breaststroke connectedness” drill described in the article “What All Great Breaststrokers Do (that the rest don’t).”
The world of breaststroke has always been quirky, idiosyncratic, individualized, and just plain weird. These days, the variegation of breaststroke styles has gone wild. Here are the differing styles of elites…
The world’s best swimmers will be in Singapore on 5 th September to battle for supremacy in a unique showdown in the brand new OCBC Aquatic centre.