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Speedo Swim Technique - Backstroke - Created by Speedo, Presented by ProSwimwear

This video features all four parts of Speedo's new technique guide to perfect backstroke.

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Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke Semifinals Replay - London 2012 Olympic Games

Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke Semifinals Full Replay from the Aquatics Centre at the London 2012 Olympic Games. -- 1 August 2012

Swimming has featured on the programme of all editions of the Games since 1896. The very first Olympic events were freestyle (crawl) or breaststroke. Backstroke was added in 1904.

In the 1940s, breaststrokers discovered that they could go faster by bringing both arms forward over their heads. This practice was immediately forbidden in breaststroke, but gave birth to butterfly, whose first official appearance was at the 1956 Games in Melbourne. This style is now one of the four strokes used in competition.

Women's swimming became Olympic in 1912 at the Stockholm Games. Since then, it has been part of every edition of the Games. The men's and women's programmes are almost identical, as they contain the same number of events, with only one difference: the freestyle distance is 800 metres for women and 1,500 metres for men.

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Swim Faster Backstroke Technique with Chloe Sutton

A full tutorial on everything backstroke with Chloe Sutton. Chloe is a 2-time Olympian and 5-time National Champion.

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Learn to Swim - Elementary Backstroke

SwimLifePro's Elementary Backstroke video tutorial reviews all aspects of what is required in order to learn how to properly swim the Elementary Backstroke both effectively and efficiently in the water. These skills will be the foundations of everything that you will need to accomplish in your journey to becoming a lifelong swimmer!

Rio Replay: Women's 200m Backstroke Final

Maya DiRado wins gold for the USA in the final touch of the women's 200m backstroke, narrowly beating Hungary's Hosszu.

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How to Swim : How to Swim the Backstroke

When swimming the backstroke, get comfortable floating on the back and then incorporate kicking and arm strokes. Swim the backstroke with tips from a swimming instructor in this free video swim lesson.

Expert: Phillip Toriello
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Women's 200m Backstroke Semi-Finals | London 2012 Olympics

Highlights of the Women's 200m Backstroke Semi-Finals from the Aquatics Centre during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Swimming has featured on the programme of all editions of the Games since 1896. The very first Olympic events were freestyle (crawl) or breaststroke. Backstroke was added in 1904.

In the 1940s, breaststrokers discovered that they could go faster by bringing both arms forward over their heads. This practice was immediately forbidden in breaststroke, but gave birth to butterfly, whose first official appearance was at the 1956 Games in Melbourne. This style is now one of the four strokes used in competition.

Women's swimming became Olympic in 1912 at the Stockholm Games. Since then, it has been part of every edition of the Games. The men's and women's programmes are almost identical, as they contain the same number of events, with only one difference: the freestyle distance is 800 metres for women and 1,500 metres for men.

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Perfect Backstroke Technique at Badger Swim Club | Gillette World Sport

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Badger Swim Club is one of the most successful clubs in the United States, training many of the worlds greatest swimmers and coaches. World Sport sat down with head coach John Collins and Puerto Rican Swim Team member, Eric Culver, as they discuss the perfect backstroke.

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The Secrets of Perfect Backstroke Starts, Turns and Finishes

Ethan Rolfe and Tay Zimmer team up with Coach Greg Salter to bring you insight into swimming the perfect Backstroke. Swim faster by starting, turning and finishing perfectly. Featuring perfect underwater footage in slow motion.

The Secret to Perfect Backstroke Technique

Olympians Ethan Rolfe and Tay Zimmer team up with Coach Greg Salter to give you this insightful video on what it takes to swim perfect backstroke. Learn how to achieve perfect body position, speed, technique, and total control over Backstroke.

How to Teach Back Stroke to Young Swimmers with Bill Sweetenham

Teaching Back Stroke to Young Swimmers with Drill Progressions and Hints.

Learn to swim backstroke - step by step instructions for kids - easy to understand

Powerful, child-oriented animations with a special view of the peculiarities of backstroke swimming. Ideal for school lessons. You can get the instruction cards at amazon.com: 39 Illustrated instruction cards - Backstroke: For use in and outside the water (Swimming for Kids)

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Rio Replay: Men's 200m Backstroke Final

Ryan Murphy wins gold for the USA in the Men's 200m Backstroke Final in Rio 2016.

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3 Swimming Drills to Improve Backstroke | Swimming Lessons

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Want to improve your swimming? Learn how to do three drills that will improve your backstroke in this video.

Here are some great drills for the backstroke. First great drill is basic soldier kick drill on your back, with your hands at your sides. When you're kicking on your back, keep your upper body straight, your head in the inline position, and you're just kicking with your legs in a flutter kick, also known as a crawl kick, with your toes pointing straight, and your toes roiling the water underwater. You want to avoid having your knees come out of the water, or having your legs kicking too low.

Second great drill for the backstroke is also known as the single arm backstroke. Every six kicks, you pull with one arm as you're swimming down the pool. As you're pulling with one arm, your shoulder comes out of the water first, your arm begins to break the surface of the water, thumb comes out, hand rotates, pinky enters the water. This is a very important part in backstroke, when the thumb comes out and rotates, the pinky needs to enter the water so you pull the water with your palm.

So, every six kicks, you will just do a single arm backstroke. One, two, three, four, five, six, pull, bring your arm out, and pull. One, two, three, four, five, six, thumb comes out, hand rotates, pinky enters the water. One, two, three, four, five, six, thumb comes out, hand rotates, pinky enters the water. Another great drill for backstroke is switching, every six kicks, from one arm to the other arm, and rotating side to side, so you will keep one arm up here, for six kicks, and switch every six kicks. One, two, three, four, five, six, thumb comes out, hand rotates, pinky enters the water, while the arm is coming out, the arm that's up top is beginning to pull. Every six kicks. One, two, three, four, five, six, pull, switch. One, two, three, four, five, six, pull, switch. As you're doing this stroke or this drill, it's very important to keep your head straight, your arms nice and long, and keep focusing on having your thumb come out first and your pinky entering the water. This will make a great backstroke for everybody. These are some great drills for the backstroke.

FIXING YOUR BACKSTROKE

This week we are talking Backstroke. The most overwhelming reason why swimmers aren’t swimming at the highest level with their backstroke is stroke tempo. That is exactly what this weeks drill fixes. The spin drill works to rev up your backstroke arms and teach you how it feels to be at max tempo. Special thanks to Morgan Kaisrlik for joining the Phlex team and beautifully explaining this weeks drill.

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Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke - S6 Final - London 2012 Paralympic Games

Gold: Zheng Tao (China)
Silver: Jia Hongguang (China)
Bronze: Sebastian Iwanov (Germany)

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Swimming Tips : Practicing the Backstroke Kick

The backstroke kick is similar to the freestyle kick, but inverted. Kick for the backstroke properly with advice from a professional swimming instructor in this free video.

Expert: Mary Kerr
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Series Description: Swimming is great exercise and good for your body. Learn basic swimming tips and moves with assistance from a professional swim instructor in this free video.

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Increase the Foot Speed of Your Backstroke! - Swimming 2015 #20

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Matt Grevers, world champion and six-time Olympic medalist, loves to do the “Quarter Drill” right before he races. The drill will help swimmers maintain a strong kick when they add their arms to the stroke.

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