History of Breaststroke | Olympic Swimming Strokes Explained - Breast stroke rules

Like
88.56% | 146 votes

The head must break the surface of the water before the hands turn inward at the widest part of the second. These are the official FINA rules. At any time prior to the first Breaststroke kick after the start and after each turn a single butterfly.

Categories: Breast expansion

Comments:

By Shajinn - 17:38
He shall enforce all rules and decisions of FINA and shall decide all the first arm stroke after the turn, except in Breaststroke where it shall be.
By Fenrijind - 19:36
Breaststroke: Forward start. Swimmer permitted one full arm pull (beyond hipline) and one kick while submerged at start and after turns; head must surface by.
By Nalrajas - 03:29
The breaststroke is one of the four swimming strokes performed in Since then FINA has amended the rules to allow a single dolphin kick on the breakout.
By Taugrel - 06:29
The rules for the Breaststroke pull-out have changed over the past few years. With many swimmers performing illegal dolphin kicks during the.
By Vorr - 06:18
Increase streamlining whilst staying within the Rules and Regulations set down by FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation). Breaststroke is the slowest of.

Related Videos