Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Swimming rules and regulations.

Freestyle means any style for individual distances and any style but breaststroke, butterfly or backstroke for medley competitions. The wall has to be touched at every turn and upon completion. Some part of the swimmer must be above water at any time, except for the first 15 meters after the start and every turn. This rule was introduced to prevent swimmers from using the faster underwater swimming to their advantage, or even swimming entire laps underwater. The exact rules are:
  •  Freestyle means that in an event so designated the swimmer may swim any style, except that in individual medley or medley relay events, freestyle means any style other than backstroke, breaststroke or butterfly.
  •  Some part of the swimmer must touch the wall upon completion of each length and at the finish.
  •  Some part of the swimmer must break the surface of the water throughout the race, except it shall be permissible for the swimmer to be completely submerged during the turn and for a distance of not more than 15 meters after the start and each turn. By that point the head must have broken the surface.

2012 Olympic Swimming competition held in 9th and 10th August at Hyde Park. Olympic Swimming Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. You can get your Olympic Swimming Tickets from Sport Ticket Exchange.

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