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See backstrokeSee also backstroke
- ‘A trainer convinced the 26-year-old backstroker to check it out.’
- ‘Japan, France and Britain all have contenders, while China's two young backstrokers make their major international debut here.’
- ‘Therese actually began her swimming career as a backstroker.’
- ‘If you've ever watched the backstrokers who come into my camp, they put their hand on their midline in the back of them; it doesn't work.’
- ‘Great freestylers and backstrokers swim with very little central axis rotation within the upper body during the propulsive phase of the stroke.’
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