miercuri, 19 octombrie 2011

FINA Cupa Mondiala la Moskova, 01+ 02 days finals





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FINA World Aquatics Convention

Highlight

Following a highly successful inaugural Convention in Punta Del Este, Uruguay in 2010, FINA is pleased to announce the 2nd FINA World Aquatics Convention to be held in Moscow (Russia) on 30th


The FINA World Aquatics Convention is a unique and exclusive opportunity for the global aquatics community to come together to help move the sport forward. Created and owned by FINA, and with the presence of leading representatives of its 202 FINA National Member Federations, the event guarantees the presence of those responsible for shaping the world of Aquatics.October – 1st November 2012.

Taking place every 2 years, the event presents an exceptional opportunity for organisations operating in the in

ternational aquatics business community to come together to network, develop new business opportunities and share the knowledge that will contribute to the growth and development of Aquatics sport worldwide. It is at the same time a perfect meeting place for organising and bidding committees for the major sports events in the world of Aquatics to promote their bids and events.



Thanks to the FINA World Aquatics Convention, I invite everyone to network,
to develop new business opportunities and to share the knowledge that will
contribute to the growth and development of the FINA National Member
Federations and of Aquatics sports worldwide.

Dr. Julio C. Maglione, FINA President


The convention includes a comprehensive programme of meetings, conference sessions and networking events accompanied by a dynamic exhibition.

An exhibition is staged within the immediate area of the meetings and conferences to facilitate and encourage dialogue between all the participants and provide opportunity to all delegates to facilitate networking.

Objectives of FINA World Aquatics Convention:

- Achieve unity of the Aquatic Movement through the reinforcement of the strength of Aquatic sports world

wide.

- Provide the Aquatic Community with the prospects for development and guidelines for reaching sustainable growth.

- Share knowledge, exchange ideas, broaden networking and strengthen relationships to move the Aquatic sports forwards.

The FINA World Aquatics Convention is an ideal opportunity for the companies and organisations to promote their present activities and look for business opportunities together with the decision-makers from the field of Aquatic sports.


Further information to come soon.


For any questions please contact at aquaticsconvention@fina.org

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Swimming World Cup



Super-star Michael Phelps appears "modest"

by Elena Vaytsekhoskaya, FINA Press Commission Member

comentariul in romana de prof. Mircea olaru, Bucharest

/ este fata celebrului metodist-teoretician al rusilor , Vaytsekhovski, de profesie ziarista sportiva;

parerea mea este ca aprecierile fatza de M.Phelps nu sunt cele mai fericite - cu toti stim ca importante pentru adevaratii inotatori sunt JO si CM;; cred ca MP a facut o frumoasa participare tocmai in tzara din care provine primul om din lume care a inotat 1500m sub bariera psihologica a 15 min - Vladimir Salnikov [actulul presedinte al federateiei ruse], cel carea dus 'stafeta' lansata de celebrul nostru compatriot Johnny Weissmuller, care a fost primul om care a depasit bariera psihologica a minutului la 100 m liber, in 1922,la Alameda, USA [0.58,6]. Deplasarea sub media minutului, la toate probele de inot sportiv, a devenit o precupare vadita a tuturor antrenorilor si sportivilor lor, de-a lungul acestor aproape o suta de ani de la prima reusita a lui Johnny......


At the press conference, marking the opening of the FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup event in the Moscow “Olympiyskiy” swimming pool, the president of the Russian Swimming Federation Vladimir Salnikov proudly said: "The tickets are sold out".

The reason for the sellout at the competition – a traditional one, held in Moscow already for the seventh time – is Michael Phelps, the most decorated athlete in the world, 14-time Olympic champion. Naturally, a question was asked at the press conference: "Why Michael Phelps is in Moscow? Obviously, he was paid a lot of money to compete here". The question is a reasonable one, Phelps is the Usain Bolt of swimming and the famous Jamaican does not participate even in IAAF competitions without a half-a-million-dollar appearance fee.


However, Phelps, the journalists were told, arrived in Moscow just like everyone else, without any extra payments. Perhaps, he has heard about Moscow competition’s reputation, beloved by many swimming stars from all over the world. The current competition, by the way, is held in the renewed “Olympiyskiy” swimming pool, where starting blocks here are new: now they are state-of-art ones, meeting all requirements and no longer “stealing” hundredths of a second from swimmers at the start.

Naturally, Phelps is the main “attraction” for the spectators at the competition, even because it is easy to fill the relatively small stands of the “Olympiyskiy”. However, the captain of the Russian swimming team Evgeny Korotyshkin thanked the American for attracting interest to the event. “Our task, noticed Korotyshkin, is to gather at the “Olympiyskiy” stands as many kids as possible, future, perhaps, great swimmers.”

That was a kind of surprise for the spectators that Michael Phelps didn’t make the final in the 100m free. Actually there was nothing strange: the level of the results was quite high. Nikita Lobintsev, who won the race in the final, was upset with the absence of the USA star. "If tomorrow I get the lane right next to Michael Phelps it would be fantastic, - he said. - Naturally, I am looking forward to it. But it be will hard to defeat him. I have just returned from a high altitude training camp; I spent 35 hours a week in water. I hope it will bring its fruits in the nearest future."

Melissa Franklin and Allison Schmitt (both USA) had the same winning time in the 200m free – 1:53.72. Melissa surprised the audience even in the morning when she clocked 2:02.84 in the 200m back. Her final time was slower – 2:03.61 but she still finished first ahead of the strong Russian backstroker Anastasia Zueva.

Zueva didn’t have good luck on Tuesday – she finished second even at her favourite 50m back race where she got the gold at the recent FINA World Championships in Shanghai. The winner Rachel Goh (AUS) was 0.03 faster.

Michael Phelps started twice in the finals and finished first in the 100 IM only. Hidemasa Sano (JPN) and Chad Le Clos (RSA) upset the great swimmer in his pet event, the 200m butterfly.

The men's 50m fly was also surprising. While the audience waited for the duel between the world short course champion Eugeny Korotyshkin and vice-champion of Beijing Olympics Milorad Cavic (both swim together in the same group in Italy) the first place went to Geoff Huegill (AUS, 22.96).

Moskova / ziua 1-a



Tuesday, October 18,2011 - Evening Session
FINA/ARENASwimming World Cup 2011

Event101
Women's 800mFreestyle

DUBAISTOCKHOLM MOSCOW BERLINSINGAPORE BEIJING TOKYO
ResultsSummary
Synthèse des résultats
RecordSplits Name NOC Code Location Date
WR8:04.53 59.82 2:01.30 3:02.55 4:03.36 FILIPPIAlessia ITA Rijeka (CRO) 12 DEC 2008
5:04.406:05.02 7:05.51
WC8:04.61 58.39 1:59.49 3:00.62 4:02.01 FRIISLotte DEN Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
5:03.196:04.12 7:04.99

12 4 SOKOLOVA Elena 13 FEB 1991 RUS 0.77 8:21.82900
22 5 FLICKINGER Hali 7 JUL 1994 USA 0.76 8:37.27821
2 1 KUDRYASHOVA Alena 11 JAN 1995 RUS 0.84 8:49.19767
32 6 SHAPOVALOVA Elena 22 FEB 1989 RUS 0.92 8:49.44766

52 3 STETSENKO Ganna 1 JAN 1992 UKR 0.93 8:53.24750
50m31.26
2 2 DYAKINA Yulia 26 JAN 1995 RUS 1.03 8:54.43745

72 7 NAGOVITSYNA Veronika 24 FEB 1994 RUS 0.96 9:07.90691
5
81 4 ZAKURINA Alena 22 DEC 1992 RUS 0.89 9:09.19686

91 3 SINEVA Anna 29 MAR 1996 RUS 0.85 9:14.49667
5
102 8 TSENG Wei Wen Rachel Marjorie 3 MAR 1998 SIN 0.79 9:19.69648

Event102

Men's 100mFreestyle

RecordSplit Name NOC Code Location Date
WR44.94 21.72 LEVEAUX Amaury FRA Rijeka(CRO) 13 DEC 2008
WC45.46 21.64 ABOOD Matthew AUS Singapore(SIN) 21 NOV 2009

14 LOBINTSEV Nikita RUS0.77 (1) 22.80 47.32 856
24.52
25 HAYDEN Brent CAN0.67 (5) 23.01 47.45 849
24.44
31 ABOOD Matthew AUS0.77 (2) 22.84 47.89 826
25.05
46 FESIKOV Sergei RUS0.71 (4) 23.00 48.33 803
25.33
58 LAGUNOV Evgeny RUS0.73 (8) 23.50 48.36 802
24.86
67 SUKHORUKOV Alexander RUS0.71 (6) 23.35 48.46 797
25.11
73 SULLIVAN Eamon AUS0.66 (3) 22.87 48.56 792
25.69
82 VENANCIO Tiago POR0.71 (7) 23.48 48.73 784
25.25

Event103

Women's 200mFreestyle
DUBAISTOCKHOLM MOSCOW BERLINSINGAPORE BEIJING TOKYO
WR1:51.17 26.58 54.84 1:23.09 PELLEGRINIFederica ITA Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC1:52.42 26.62 55.55 1:23.95 HEEMSKERKFemke NED Berlin (GER) 30 OCT 2010

13 FRANKLIN Melissa USA0.80 (1) 27.49 (2) 57.46 (2) 1:26.26 1:53.72 934
29.97 28.80 27.46
14 SCHMITT Allison USA0.79 (2) 27.62 (1) 56.96 (1) 1:25.61 1:53.72 934
29.34 28.65 28.11
35 CHENAULT Chelsea USA0.78 (3) 27.72 (3) 57.47 (3) 1:27.50 1:57.08 856
29.75 30.03 29.58
46 SIMONOVA Vitalina RUS0.78 (4) 27.81 (4) 57.69 (4) 1:27.95 1:57.61 844
29.88 30.26 29.66
52 GUO Junjun CHN0.75 (8) 28.27 (6) 58.56 (5) 1:29.19 1:59.51 804
30.29 30.63 30.32
61 ANDREEVA Victoria RUS0.77 (7) 28.25 (8) 58.88 (8) 1:29.66 1:59.64 802
30.63 30.78 29.98
77 POPOVA Veronika RUS0.75 (6) 28.23 (6) 58.56 (6) 1:29.41 1:59.68 801
30.33 30.85 30.27
88 YUSKOVA Ksenia RUS0.86 (5) 28.20 (5) 58.50 (7) 1:29.48 1:59.90 797
30.30 30.98 30.42

Event104

Men's 50mBreaststroke

WR25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

14 LI Xiayan CHN 0.73 26.87829
23 LAKHTYUKHOV Stanislav RUS0.77 27.25 795
25 GEYBEL Sergey RUS0.69 27.25 795
46 GOLOVIN Igor RUS0.69 27.42 780
52 NIKOLAEV Andrey RUS0.67 27.59 766
67 KOCH Marco GER0.71 27.93 738
68 MITROFANOV Denis RUS0.73 27.93 738
1 KORNFELDPaul CAN DSQ

Event105
Women's 100mBreaststroke
R1:02.70 30.08 SONI Rebecca USA Manchester(GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC1:03.00 30.05 JONES Leisel AUS Berlin (GER)14 NOV 2009

14 ARTEMYEVA Valentina RUS0.68 (1) 31.48 1:06.35 843
34.87
23 SUN Ye CHN 0.69 (3)31.80 1:06.36 843
34.56
37 DEEVA Daria RUS0.67 (2) 31.60 1:06.45 840
34.85
45 KIM Hye Jin KOR0.71 (5) 32.19 1:06.58 835
34.39
56 WATANABE Kanako JPN0.79 (7) 32.33 1:07.31 808
34.98
62 KALASHNIKOVA Vera RUS0.73 (4) 32.04 1:07.37 806
35.33
71 KROPP Andrea USA0.75 (8) 32.62 1:07.71 794
35.09
88 UYMENOVA Ekaterina RUS0.74 (6) 32.20 1:08.89 753
36.69
Event106

Men's 400m IndividualMedley

WR3:55.50 54.62 1:53.73 3:01.14 LOCHTERyan USA Dubai (UAE) 16 DEC 2010
WC4:00.63 55.65 1:55.57 3:03.41 PEREIRAThiago BRA Berlin (GER) 17 NOV 2007

13 4 SETO Daiya 24 MAY 1994 JPN 0.62 4:07.16865
5
23 5 TIKHONOV Alexander 4 MAY 1988 RUS 0.73 4:07.66859

33 2 KALISZ Chase 7 MAR 1994 USA 0.74 4:09.00846

43 3 CARVALHO Diogo 1 JAN 1988 POR 0.71 4:13.52801

53 7 PRENOT Josh 28 JUL 1993 USA 0.72 4:14.61791
5
62 2 TROFIMOV Ivan 1 JAN 1992 RUS 0.74 4:16.49774

72 3 PEBLEY Jacob 17 SEP 1993 USA 0.80 4:16.95769

83 6 VOLOVNIK Ilya 20 JUN 1988 RUS 0.69 4:18.49756

Event107

Women's 100mButterfly
1
WR55.05 25.49 BUI DUYET Diane FRA Istanbul(TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC55.46 26.05 GALVEZ Felicity AUS Stockholm(SWE) 10 NOV 2009

15 LU Ying CHN 0.67 (2)26.56 56.63 918
30.07
24 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE0.67 (1) 26.11 57.04 898
30.93
32 BESPALOVA Irina RUS0.77 (4) 27.52 58.56 830
31.04
46 LYAZEVA Anastasia RUS0.67 (3) 27.02 58.78 821
31.76
57 GONG Jie CHN 0.85 (7)28.13 59.17 805
31.04
63 UGOLKOVA Maria RUS0.72 (6) 27.80 59.25 802
31.45
78 SCHREIBER Daniela GER0.86 (5) 27.73 59.82 779
32.09
81 POPOVA Veronika RUS0.77 (8) 28.21 1:00.57 750
32.36
Event108

Men's 100mBackstroke

WR48.94 23.37 THOMAN Nicholas USAManchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009
WC49.29 23.27 MARSHALL Peter USA Stockholm(SWE) 10 NOV 2009

14 CHENG Feiyi CHN0.57 (1) 24.91 52.14 826
27.23
25 DUBOVSKOY Artem RUS0.68 (4) 25.55 52.19 824
26.64
33 MAKOV Sergey RUS0.38 (2) 25.10 52.34 817
27.24
47 BORISOV Vitaly RUS0.58 (5) 25.77 52.87 793
27.10
52 MELNIKOV Vitaly RUS0.54 (3) 25.53 53.16 780
27.63
66 ANCHIN Anton RUS0.72 (6) 25.88 53.49 765
27.61
78 PEBLEY Jacob USA0.71 (8) 26.21 53.63 759
27.42
81 NOSKOV Mikhail RUS0.65 (7) 26.08 54.96 706
28.88

Event109

Women's 50mBackstroke

WR25.70 JOVANOVIC Sanja CRO Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC25.82 ZHAO Jing CHN Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

14 GOH Rachel AUS0.66 26.91 871
25 ZUEVA Anastasia RUS0.73 26.94 868
33 MOSKVINA Kseniya RUS0.69 27.71 797
46 PAPUSHA Alexandra RUS0.63 27.88 783
52 NESTEROVA Margarita RUS0.60 28.16 760
68 KLYUCHNIKOVA Olga RUS0.74 28.19 757
77 KAVALEVA Aliaksandra BLR0.67 28.55 729
81 GROMOVA Maria RUS0.69 28.85 706

Event110

Men's 200mButterfly

WR1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDAKaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009
WC1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDAKaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

13 SANO Hidemasa JPN0.63 (3) 25.27 (1) 53.85 (1) 1:22.78 1:51.62 934
28.58 28.93 28.84
24 LE CLOS Chad RSA0.72 (1) 25.08 (3) 54.10 (2) 1:23.21 1:51.95 925
29.02 29.11 28.74
35 PHELPS Michael USA0.77 (2) 25.20 (2) 53.94 (3) 1:23.30 1:53.24 894
28.74 29.36 29.94
42 KORZENIOWSKI Pawel POL0.76 (4) 25.54 (4) 54.47 (4) 1:24.17 1:54.15 873
28.93 29.70 29.98
51 SKVORTSOV Nikolay RUS0.79 (6) 26.43 (6) 56.17 (6) 1:26.47 1:56.43 822
29.74 30.30 29.96
67 STJEPANOVIC Velimir SRB0.65 (5) 26.13 (5) 55.41 (5) 1:25.70 1:57.06 809
29.28 30.29 31.36
76 CARVALHO Diogo POR0.69 (8) 26.66 (8) 56.92 (8) 1:28.06 1:59.10 768
30.26 31.14 31.04
88 STRELNIKOV Sergey RUS0.72 (7) 26.59 (7) 56.60 (7) 1:28.02 1:59.87 754
30.01 31.42 31.85

Event111

Women's 200mIndividual Medley

WR2:04.60 27.22 58.60 1:34.54 SMITJulia USA Manchester (GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC2:06.01 27.88 59.96 1:36.81 VERRASZTOEvelyn HUN Moscow (RUS) 6 NOV 2009

13 MORNINGSTAR Erica CAN0.77 (3) 28.46 (1) 1:01.00 (1) 1:37.48 2:08.46 912
32.54 36.48 30.98
24 KATO Izumi JPN0.70 (4) 28.61 (4) 1:01.79 (2) 1:37.98 2:08.62 909
33.18 36.19 30.64
36 CHOI Hye Ra KOR0.81 (5) 28.82 (3) 1:01.23 (3) 1:38.83 2:08.81 905
32.41 37.60 29.98
42 ANDREEVA Ekaterina RUS0.75 (2) 28.39 (5) 1:02.44 (5) 1:39.80 2:11.66 847
34.05 37.36 31.86
57 KIM Seo Yeong KOR0.76 (1) 28.26 (2) 1:01.18 (4) 1:39.46 2:11.71 846
32.92 38.28 32.25
61 BELYAKINA Daria RUS0.77 (7) 29.42 (7) 1:03.39 (6) 1:42.44 2:13.15 819
33.97 39.05 30.71
75 ANDREEVA Victoria RUS0.79 (6) 29.06 (6) 1:02.73 (7) 1:42.45 2:13.38 815
33.67 39.72 30.93
88 KROPP Andrea USA0.75 (8) 30.52 (8) 1:06.20 (8) 1:43.90 2:16.39 762

Event112

Men's 400mFreestyle

WR3:32.77 52.62 1:46.68 2:40.65 BIEDERMANNPaul GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC3:32.77 52.62 1:46.68 2:40.65 BIEDERMANNPaul GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
NameNOC
Code
FinalEvent No. 12
RankLane Time FINA
R.T.Points
16 BIEDERMANN Paul GER0.76 3:40.40 899
24 LOBINTSEV Nikita RUS0.78 3:43.02 868
35 GARANIN Denis RUS0.76 3:44.83 847
47 POLISHCHUK Mikhail RUS0.74 3:46.06 833
51 SORAK Stefan SRB0.68 3:46.54 828
63 KULIKOV Evgeny RUS0.77 3:46.63 827
72 BOKANKHEL Dmitry RUS0.80 3:50.11 790
88 POLYAKOV Victor RUS0.80 3:53.00 761
Event113

Women's 50mFreestyle

WR23.25 VELDHUIS Marleen NED Manchester (GBR) 13 APR 2008
WC23.27 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 21 NOV 2009

14 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE0.66 24.27 879
25 SCHMITT Allison USA0.76 24.74 829
33 SCHREIBER Daniela GER0.82 24.89 815
41 STEPANYUK Darya UKR0.77 25.02 802
52 ZHENG Yifei CHN0.75 25.14 790
66 NEAL Lia USA 0.70 25.15790
78 NAJDANOVSKI Miroslava SRB0.66 25.21 784
87 LOVTSOVA Natalia RUS0.74 25.27 778

Event114

Men's 200mBreaststroke

WR2:00.67 27.74 58.46 1:29.33 GYURTADaniel HUN Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC2:02.56 27.32 58.26 1:29.95 VERSFELDNeil RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

16 TOMITA Naoya JPN0.64 (1) 28.72 (1) 1:00.61 (1) 1:33.44 2:06.51 867
31.89 32.83 33.07
25 SINKEVICH Viacheslav RUS 0.67(3) 29.30 (2) 1:01.80 (2) 1:34.23 2:06.77 862
32.50 32.43 32.54
33 OTSUKA Kazuki JPN0.69 (4) 29.43 (3) 1:01.82 (3) 1:34.79 2:07.12 855
32.39 32.97 32.33
44 KOSTIN Oleg RUS0.92 (2) 29.22 (4) 1:01.90 (4) 1:34.89 2:08.22 833
32.68 32.99 33.33
51 KALISZ Chase USA0.79 (6) 30.23 (6) 1:03.79 (6) 1:36.60 2:09.26 813
33.56 32.81 32.66
67 SILIN Sergey RUS0.73 (5) 29.66 (5) 1:02.57 (5) 1:35.80 2:09.65 806
32.91 33.23 33.85
2 BROWNMichael CAN DSQ
8 BLEDNYKHAnton RUS DSQ

Men's 100mIndividual Medley

WR50.76 22.66 MANKOC Peter SLO Istanbul(TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC50.95 22.78 FESIKOV Sergey RUS Berlin(GER) 14 NOV 2009

14 PHELPS Michael USA0.71 (1) 23.78 52.19 920
28.41
25 TO Kenneth AUS0.62 (1) 23.78 52.82 887
29.04
36 ZHILIN Dmitry RUS0.72 (3) 24.66 53.88 836
29.22
42 SETO Daiya JPN0.62 (5) 25.50 54.78 795
29.28
57 GRECHIN Andrey RUS0.73 (7) 25.86 55.32 772
29.46
63 KOSAKA Yuma JPN0.64 (4) 25.25 55.53 763
30.28
71 CARVALHO Diogo POR0.70 (6) 25.67 55.64 759
29.97
88 LAKHTYUKHOV Stanislav RUS0.77 (8) 26.39 55.73 755
29.34
Event116

Women's 200mBackstroke

WR2:00.18 27.91 58.66 1:29.49 SAKAIShiho JPN Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC2:00.18 27.91 58.66 1:29.49 SAKAIShiho JPN Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

14 FRANKLIN Melissa USA0.63 (1) 29.80 (1) 1:00.83 (1) 1:32.36 2:03.61 919
31.03 31.53 31.25
26 ZUEVA Anastasia RUS0.79 (4) 30.66 (3) 1:03.22 (2) 1:35.72 2:07.33 840
32.56 32.50 31.61
35 LIU Jing CHN 0.71 (3)30.61 (4) 1:03.43 (4) 1:36.33 2:08.85 811
32.82 32.90 32.52
43 PAPUSHA Alexandra RUS0.63 (2) 30.55 (2) 1:03.18 (3) 1:36.32 2:09.16 805
32.63 33.14 32.84
52 GROMOVA Maria RUS0.74 (7) 31.12 (6) 1:04.12 (5) 1:37.65 2:10.79 775
33.00 33.53 33.14
67 VERSHININA Kristina RUS0.68 (5) 30.85 (5) 1:03.98 (6) 1:38.08 2:11.66 760
33.13 34.10 33.58
78 BOBROVNIK Maria RUS0.67 (6) 30.98 (8) 1:04.87 (8) 1:39.70 2:13.40 731
33.89 34.83 33.70
81 ZAPATRINA Valentina RUS0.61 (8) 31.47 (7) 1:04.82 (7) 1:39.01 2:13.80 724
33.35 34.19 34.79
Event117
Men's 50m Butterfly

WR21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

14 HUEGILL Geoff AUS0.66 22.96 855
26 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS0.67 23.26 823
35 CAVIC Milorad SRB0.71 23.28 821
43 MCGILL Tyler USA0.59 23.36 812
52 VENANCIO Tiago POR0.72 23.74 774
67 PADALETS Alexander RUS0.68 23.97 752
78 LAZUKA Evgeniy AZE0.73 24.16 734
81 PROKOFYEV Nikita RUS0.70 24.21 730

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Event 118

19 OCT 2011 17:

Men's 1500m Freestyle

WR 14:10.10 53.60 1:49.96 2:46.46 3:43.19 HACKETT Grant AUS Perth (AUS) 7 AUG 2001

WC 14:28.35 56.22 1:54.80 2:53.90 3:52.82 COLBERTALDO Federico ITA Stockholm (SWE) 11 NOV 2009

1 2 6 SORAK Stefan 26 MAR 1992 SRB 0.78 15:04.07 831

2 2 2 STJEPANOVIC Velimir 7 AUG 1993 SRB 0.67 15:06.83 823

3 2 3 BULAKHOV Nikolay 12 MAR 1990 RUS 0.83 15:08.60 819


Event 119


Women's 100m Freestyle

WR 51.01 24.29 TRICKETT Lisbeth AUS Hobart (AUS) 10 AUG 2009

WC 51.19 24.54 HALSALL Francesca GBR Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009


1 4 FRANKLIN Melissa USA 0.75 (2) 25.80 52.80 901 27.00

2 5 SCHREIBER Daniela GER 0.86 (1) 25.57 53.08 887 27.51

3 3 SCHMITT Allison USA 0.75 (3) 26.05 53.13 885 27.08

4 7 NEAL Lia USA 0.68 (7) 26.28 54.03 841 27.75

5 6 NESTEROVA Margarita RUS 0.73 (4) 26.15 54.29 829 28.14

6 2 SIMONOVA Vitalina RUS 0.77 (5) 26.19 54.72 810 28.53

7 1 ZHENG Yifei CHN 0.75 (6) 26.20 55.04 796 28.84

8 8 ANDREEVA Victoria RUS 0.77 (8) 26.71 55.27 786 28.56


Event 120


Men's 200m Freestyle


WR 1:39.37 23.79 49.29 1:14.72 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 1:39.37 23.79 49.29 1:14.72 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 6 BIEDERMANN Paul GER 0.77 (3) 24.63 (2) 50.95 (2) 1:17.38 1:43.15 894
26.32 26.43 25.77

2 7 PHELPS Michael USA 0.72 (2) 24.37 (1) 50.77 (1) 1:17.28 1:43.31 889 26.40 26.51 26.03

3 4 LOBINTSEV Nikita RUS 0.79 (5) 24.78 (3) 51.23 (3) 1:17.80 1:43.91 874 26.45 26.57 26.11

4 5 SUKHORUKOV Alexander RUS 0.74 (7) 24.88 (4) 51.47 (4) 1:18.47 1:45.54 834 26.59 27.00 27.07

5 8 KORZENIOWSKI Pawel POL 0.76 (8) 24.92 (8) 52.05 (5) 1:19.24 1:45.98 824 27.13 27.19 26.74

6 1 LOBUZOV Artem RUS 0.65 (6) 24.81 (7) 51.92 (7) 1:19.68 1:46.69 807 27.11 27.76 27.01

7 2 LAGUNOV Evgeny RUS 0.71 (1) 24.31 (6) 51.80 (8) 1:20.01 1:46.72 807 27.49 28.21 26.71

8 3 ZHANG Zhongchao CHN 0.69 (4) 24.74 (5) 51.73 (6) 1:19.39 1:46.90 803 26.99 27.66 27.51


Event 121


Women's 50m Breaststroke


WR 28.80 HARDY Jessica A USA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 28.80 HARDY Jessica A USA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 4 ARTEMYEVA Valentina RUS 0.65 30.23 864

2 5 EFIMOVA Yuliya RUS 0.76 30.54 838

3 2 KIM Hye Jin KOR 0.70 30.97 804

4 6 DEEVA Daria RUS 0.67 31.01 801

5 3 BAKLAKOVA Ekaterina RUS 0.72 31.32 777

6 1 KALASHNIKOVA Vera RUS 0.77 31.45 767

7 7 JEONG Darae KOR 0.84 31.50 764

8 8 UYMENOVA Ekaterina RUS 0.70 32.01 728


Event 122


Men's 100m Breaststroke


WR 55.61 25.98 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 55.61 25.98 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 2 TOMITA Naoya JPN 0.64 (3) 27.74 58.81 845

31.07

2 4 GEYBEL Sergey RUS 0.69 (1) 27.59 59.13 831 31.54

3 6 KOCH Marco GER 0.73 (4) 28.19 59.29 825 31.10

4 3 SINKEVICH Viacheslav RUS 0.68 (6) 28.46 59.57 813 31.11

5 5 LAKHTYUKHOV Stanislav RUS 0.71 (1) 27.59 59.69 808 32.10

6 7 OTSUKA Kazuki JPN 0.66 (7) 28.60 59.72 807 31.12

7 8 KRIVASHEEV Denis RUS 0.73 (5) 28.31 1:00.22 787 31.91

8 1 BROWN Michael CAN 0.73 (8) 28.68 1:00.31 783 31.63

Event 123


Women's 400m Individual Medley

WR 4:21.04 1:00.60 2:06.01 3:19.42 SMIT Julia USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009

WC 4:22.88 1:01.68 2:10.57 3:22.75 MEAKLIM Kathryn RSA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

1 2 5 KATO Izumi 24 MAR 1990 JPN 0.69 4:34.00 864 50m 29.39 33.41

100m 1:02.80

34.98

150m 1:37.78

34.23

200m 2:12.01

37.65

250m 2:49.66

37.98

300m 3:27.64

33.55

350m 4:01.19

32.81

2 2 3 FLICKINGER Hali 7 JUL 1994 USA 0.74 4:37.66 830



4 2 4 MARTYNOVA Yana 3 FEB 1988 RUS 0.78 4:38.20 826

5 2 7 KRASYUKOVA Kristina 18 AUG 1995 RUS 0.88 4:44.11 775

6 2 6 KOCHETKOVA Kristina 27 JAN 1993 RUS 0.83 4:48.00 744

7 2 2 MARKOVA Anna 9 SEP 1988 RUS 0.87 4:48.22 742

8 2 8 VINOKURENKOVA Natalia 23 JUN 1983 RUS 0.80 4:51.98 714

Event 124

Men's 100m Butterfly

WR 48.48 22.88 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 48.48 22.88 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 5 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS 0.68 (2) 23.54 50.72 873 27.18

2 3 MCGILL Tyler USA 0.59 (5) 24.04 50.86 866 26.82

3 1 CAVIC Milorad SRB 0.73 (1) 23.39 50.90 864 27.51

4 7 LE CLOS Chad RSA 0.71 (4) 23.91 50.97 860 27.06

5 2 PHELPS Michael USA 0.71 (6) 24.29 51.13 852 26.84

6 4 HUEGILL Geoff AUS 0.64 (3) 23.76 51.34 842 27.58

7 8 SKVORTSOV Nikolay RUS 0.73 (8) 24.86 52.52 786 27.66

8 6 SANO Hidemasa JPN 0.61 (7) 24.61 52.65 780 28.04


Event 125


Women's 100m Backstroke


w

3 SAKAI Shiho JPN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 55.23 26.73 SAKAI Shiho JPN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 4 FRANKLIN Melissa USA 0.62 (2) 28.24 57.39 891 29.15

2 5 GOH Rachel AUS 0.68 (1) 28.15 57.74 875 29.59

3 6 ZUEVA Anastasia RUS 0.74 (3) 28.47 58.07 860 29.60

4 3 MOSKVINA Kseniya RUS 0.69 (4) 28.65 58.54 839 29.89

5 2 GROMOVA Maria RUS 0.71 (5) 29.39 1:00.06 777 30.67

6 8 LARINA Julia RUS 0.70 (8) 29.77 1:00.90 745 31.13

7 1 NESTEROVA Margarita RUS 0.63 (7) 29.62 1:00.92 745 31.30

8 7 PAPUSHA Alexandra RUS 0.65 (6) 29.46 1:01.40 727 31.94


Event 126

Men's 50m Backstroke

WR 22.61 MARSHALL Peter USA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

WC 22.61 MARSHALL Peter USA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009


1 5 BORISOV Vitaly RUS 0.56 24.22 813

2 4 MELNIKOV Vitaly RUS 0.54 24.35 800

2 6 MAKOV Sergey RUS 0.76 24.35 800

4 3 ARBUZOV Andrey RUS 0.59 24.81 756

5 2 DUBOVSKOY Artem RUS 0.65 24.89 749

6 1 CHESNOKOV Pavel RUS 0.64 25.23 719

7 7 NOSKOV Mikhail RUS 0.66 25.26 717

8 8 KOSMYNIN Pavel RUS 0.66 25.70 680


Event 127


Women's 200m Butterfly

200m Papillon Femmes

WR 2:00.78 27.35 58.41 1:29.29 LIU Zige CHN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 2:00.78 27.35 58.41 1:29.29 LIU Zige CHN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 5 GONG Jie CHN 0.83 (2) 28.52 (1) 59.92 (1) 1:32.09 2:04.32 916 31.40 32.17 32.23

2 4 CHOI Hye Ra KOR 0.82 (3) 28.74 (3) 1:00.40 (2) 1:33.01 2:06.23 875 31.66 32.61 33.22

3 3 KROPP Andrea USA 0.76 (5) 29.64 (4) 1:02.39 (4) 1:35.78 2:09.71 807 32.75 33.39 33.93

4 6 LYAZEVA Anastasia RUS 0.69 (1) 27.74 (2) 1:00.32 (3) 1:35.40 2:12.34 760 32.58 35.08 36.94

5 2 KISELEVA Anna RUS 0.77 (6) 29.86 (6) 1:03.75 (5) 1:39.24 2:15.99 700 33.89 35.49 36.75

6 8 MAKSUMOVA Elina RUS 0.89 (8) 30.56 (8) 1:05.68 (8) 1:41.72 2:17.78 673 35.12 36.04 36.06

7 1 BESPALOVA Irina RUS 0.77 (7) 30.16 (7) 1:04.19 (6) 1:40.95 2:18.43 664 34.03 36.76 37.48

8 7 TCVETKOVA Daria RUS 0.67 (4) 29.20 (5) 1:03.26 (7) 1:41.14 2:18.71 660 34.06 37.88 37.57


Event 128


Men's 200m Individual Medley

WR 1:50.08 24.07 51.42 1:23.49 LOCHTE Ryan USA Dubai (UAE) 17 DEC 2010

WC 1:51.55 23.96 51.96 1:25.41 TOWNSEND Darian RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 1 LE CLOS Chad RSA 0.71 (1) 24.30 (1) 53.64 (3) 1:28.74 1:55.26 871 29.34 35.10 26.52

2 4 SANO Hidemasa JPN 0.64 (2) 25.18 (2) 54.47 (1) 1:28.25 1:55.60 863 29.29 33.78 27.35

3 3 SETO Daiya JPN 0.62 (4) 25.63 (3) 54.95 (2) 1:28.38 1:55.86 857 29.32 33.43 27.48

4 5 ZHILIN Dmitry RUS 0.70 (3) 25.52 (4) 55.11 (4) 1:28.77 1:57.00 832 29.59 33.66 28.23

5 2 OTSUKA Kazuki JPN 0.67 (5) 25.78 (6) 56.71 (5) 1:28.88 1:58.12 809 30.93 32.17 29.24

6 7 CARVALHO Diogo POR 0.71 (7) 25.90 (5) 56.22 (6) 1:30.12 1:58.43 803 30.32 33.90 28.31

7 8 GORBUNOV Dmitry RUS 0.76 (6) 25.85 (6) 56.71 (7) 1:31.36 2:00.27 766 30.86 34.65 28.91

8 6 PAVLOV Ivan RUS 0.81 (8) 26.85 (8) 58.11 (8) 1:32.47 2:01.22 748 31.26 34.36 28.75

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Women's 400m Freestyle

WR 3:54.92 57.29 1:56.93 2:56.38 JACKSON Joanne GBR Leeds (GBR) 8 AUG 2009

WC 3:56.24 58.27 1:57.98 2:57.63 BALMY Coralie FRA Berlin (GER) 16 NOV 2008

1 5 SCHMITT Allison USA 0.79 4:02.23 912 50m ﴾3﴿ 29.06

30.47

100m ﴾3﴿ 59.53

30.28

150m ﴾2﴿ 1:29.81

30.69

200m ﴾2﴿ 2:00.50

30.30

250m ﴾1﴿ 2:30.80

30.60

300m ﴾1﴿ 3:01.40

30.71

350m ﴾1﴿ 3:32.11

30.12

2 3 SOKOLOVA Elena RUS 0.77 4:02.35 910

3 4 CHENAULT Chelsea USA 0.77 4:05.17 879

4 6 YUSKOVA Ksenia RUS 0.89 4:14.08 790

5 1 KOLOTUSHKINA Valeriya RUS 0.78 4:16.20 770


6 7 VOLODINA Kira RUS 0.75 4:17.40 760


7 8 KUDRYASHOVA Alena RUS 0.86 4:18.09 754


8 2 ARZHANTSEVA Irina RUS 0.85 4:19.76 739



Event 130


Men's 50m Freestyle


1 4 HAYDEN Brent CAN 0.65 21.65 824

2 2 SULLIVAN Eamon AUS 0.61 21.76 811

3 1 LOBINTSEV Nikita RUS 0.76 21.80 807

4 5 ABOOD Matthew AUS 0.72 21.81 806

5 3 FESIKOV Sergei RUS 0.69 21.88 798

6 6 LAGUNOV Evgeny RUS 0.69 21.99 786

7 8 SHI Yang CHN 0.62 22.02 783

8 7 ARBUZOV Andrey RUS 0.70 22.22 762



Event 131


Women's 200m Breaststroke

200m Brasse Femmes


WR 2:14.57 31.05 1:05.18 1:40.00 SONI Rebecca USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009

WC 2:15.42 31.30 1:06.07 1:41.00 JONES Leisel AUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 5 WATANABE Kanako JPN 0.81 (2) 33.01 (2) 1:08.74 (2) 1:45.09 2:20.94 870 35.73 36.35 35.85

2 6 CHAUN Anastasia RUS 0.76 (5) 33.62 (4) 1:10.07 (4) 1:45.96 2:21.19 865 36.45 35.89 35.23

3 3 JEONG Darae KOR 0.82 (1) 32.78 (1) 1:08.61 (1) 1:44.96 2:21.40 861 35.83 36.35 36.44

4 4 KROPP Andrea USA 0.80 (6) 33.73 (3) 1:09.83 (3) 1:45.59 2:21.75 855 36.10 35.76 36.16

5 2 KALASHNIKOVA Vera RUS 0.75 (3) 33.18 (6) 1:10.61 (5) 1:47.69 2:24.51 807 37.43 37.08 36.82

6 1 NOVIKOVA Irina RUS 0.75 (4) 33.50 (5) 1:10.44 (6) 1:47.95 2:25.86 785 36.94 37.51 37.91

7 8 MAARTENSSON Elin SWE 0.73 (8) 33.83 (8) 1:11.09 (7) 1:48.96 2:26.80 770 37.26 37.87 37.84

8 7 PIERSE Annamay CAN 0.79 (7) 33.75 (7) 1:10.92 (8) 1:49.04 2:27.51 759 37.17 38.12 38.47



Event 133


Men's 200m Backstroke


WR 1:46.11 25.17 52.36 1:19.48 VYATCHANIN Arkady RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

WC 1:46.11 25.17 52.36 1:19.48 VYATCHANIN Arkady RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 7 PHELPS Michael USA 0.68 (4) 27.17 (4) 56.69 (4) 1:25.66 1:53.24 822 29.52 28.97 27.58

2 5 DUBOVSKOY Artem RUS 0.67 (3) 27.09 (3) 56.09 (3) 1:24.92 1:53.52 816 29.00 28.83 28.60

3 6 CHENG Feiyi CHN 0.59 (1) 25.91 (1) 55.20 (2) 1:24.90 1:53.75 811 29.29 29.70 28.85

4 4 PEBLEY Jacob USA 0.66 (2) 27.00 (2) 55.69 (1) 1:24.75 1:54.03 805 28.69 29.06 29.28

5 3 ANCHIN Anton RUS 0.70 (7) 27.76 (6) 57.68 (6) 1:27.74 1:57.79 73 1 29.92 30.06 30.05

6 2 TIKHONOV Alexander RUS 0.72 (8) 28.02 (7) 57.83 (5) 1:27.67 1:58.16 72429.81 29.84 30.49

7 8 MAKOV Sergey RUS 0.65 (5) 27.23 (8) 58.27 (8) 1:29.20 1:58.50 717 31.04 30.93 29.30

8 1 KOSMYNIN Pavel RUS 0.67 (6) 27.69 (5) 57.51 (7) 1:28.47 2:00.02 691 29.82 30.96 31.55


Event 134

Women's 50m Butterfly

WR 24.38 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

WC 24.38 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009


1 4 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE 0.65 25.06 920

2 5 LU Ying CHN 0.66 25.60 863

3 2 LYAZEVA Anastasia RUS 0.64 26.66 764

4 6 BESPALOVA Irina RUS 0.69 26.69 762

5 7 TCVETKOVA Daria RUS 0.66 26.84 749

6 3 VLADYKINA Vasilisa RUS 0.73 26.94 741

7 8 SCHREIBER Daniela GER 0.84 27.10 728

8 1 UGOLKOVA Maria RUS 0.66 27.11 727


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Din lucrarea "Despre inot... cu Mircea Olaru", 2007, ed. SSEuropeana, Buc.
Cumi-am cunoscut pe –
J.Weissmuler (1975) şi Vl. Salnikov (1983)
(Johnny Weissmuller -fotodin Sport Unterrlicht, D.Kuhlamnn, Munchen 1973)

In 1975, în lunaIulie, Johny, a făcut un turneu mondial; a poposit şi la Istanbul iaroficialităţile l-au adus la ‘cel mai bun’ club de înot, IYIK Ortakoy, situat pemalul european al Boforului, club la care lucram de cca un an de zile. Era dejadeja bătrân (71 de ani) şi cu corpul acelor ani… Printre ‘cometele’ mele era şiun puşti de 10 ani care înota exemplar, ‘ştia’ atunci 1.04,90 la 100 m liber….Johny a concurat, pe lăţimea bazinului, cu Guneş (în traducere ‘Soare’) şi afacut totul că să iasă al .. doilea, un gest de adevărat fost campion. Laterminarea ‘ostilităţilor’ i-am fost prezentat …: ‘antrenorul nostru dinRomânia’ dar Johny nu a schiţat nici un gest în plus faţă de aceastăprecizare…. Peste câteva zile le-am spus celor din club despre originea sa şilumea a rămas plăcut mirată. Dar atunci nici eu nu ştiam că Johny, născut în1904, la Timişoara - cartierul Freidorf, după care familia sa a emigrat în SUA…- a primit cetăţenia americană deabeaîn 1928 când deja cucerise 5 medalii de aur la JO. Mai în glumă …., mai în seriosacele medalii putea fi primele 5 medalii de aur pentru România; astfel, la oraactuală am fi putut ‘raporta’ opiniei publice sportive că noi avem, înpalmares, 7 medalii de aur la JO (cucele două ale Dianei Mocanu, 100+200 m spate, Sidney 2000)….



cealaltă se află imaginea celui care a reuşit de 15 ori performaţa lui Johny Weismuller care a fostprimul înotător ce a depăşit graniţa psihologică a perfromaţei de a înota 100msub graniţa celor 60de sec. (1922, Alameda, SUA) Si de atunci a devenit o ‘obsesie’ a tuturorantrenorilor, sportivilor – ‘să reuşesc să înot sub media de 60 sec- 100m.
Singura probă de înot crawl la carepuţini se gândeau să asigure această medie era proba de înot fond – 1500 m. Darîn anii Olimpiadei de la Moskova, acest lucru a fost realizat . Este vorba derusul Vladimir Salnikov (în foto alături de antrenorul său Igor Koşkin) care areuşit în 1980 să parcurgă cea mai lungă probă de înot sportiv (1500m) cu omedie de sub un minut pe fiecare sută de metri – Moskova 14.56,40/1980.
Dela primul înotător care a reuşit să dea recordului său o viteză medie de sub unminut, pe distanţa de 100m ( Johny Weissmuler, în 1922 la Alameda, SUA,0.58,60) se poate spune că, în circa şase decenii, performanţele la înot auevoluat ‘de cinşpe ori’….. La ora actuală puţine recorduri mondiale la înot auîncă o viteză medie de peste un minut – sunt probele de bras, probele femininede înot fond s.a Dar ‘lupta’ cu secundele continuă şi treptat, dar nu în scurttimp …, se va putea spune că la toate probele, viteza medie de înaintare/100meste de sub 60’’.
Pe Vl. Salnikov şi pe antrenorulacestuia I.Koşkin i-am cunoscut, în 1983, la un cantonament de pregătirecomună, la Tzahkadzor în Armenia, la baza de pregătire olimpică situată laaltitudinea de 2000m

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SharkEye Tracker underwater camera -- 8 GB full package

Introducing the new SharkEYE Tracker underwater camera!

Direct recording and playback from the onboard SD memory

card makes the SharkEYE Tracker ideal for the busy swimming

coach or teacher. Fast setup and instant poolside playback

make video analysis practical in even the busiest training sessions.

“pro memoria”

006 In 1983, fiind inr-un cantonament comun de pregatire a inotatorilor

din ‘tarile socialiste’. Cantonament era organizat la baza de pregatire la

altitudine de la Tzahkadzor/Armenia (2000m) am luat cunostiinta cu

o cercetare aplicata a sovieticilor care (voi relata pe larg in cuprinsul

maetrialului) permitea analiza in forme grafice directe a miscarilor

‘pe viu’ ale inotatorului, in timpul antrenamentului.

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Intregul experiment, era de vis si beneficia de aparatura cum am spune noi acuma: ‘NASA’. Dupa un an am gasit in revista de specialitate rusa ‘teoria i practika’ un amplu referat si aceste imagini.

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Vreau sa spun ca In materie de comunicare a conceptelor metodice ale pregatirii, rusii erau cei mai deschisi, spre deosebire de alti sportivi inotatorii (de ex=DDR de la care nu aparea mare lucru in mod oficial).

Iata ca in 2009, cei de peste Ocean, ofera, ultima lor creatie in materie de urmarire directa a inotatorului in apa / fara a avea inca elementul cel mai important realizat de rusi : mini-sonarul care indica cu precizie maxima toate fazele miscarilor in apa (acest mini-sonar provenea din aparatura activitatilor spatiale ale sovieticilor si, deci, era secret si se pare ca mai este astfel tratat !

In imaginile care urmeaza am reprodus, in conditii de tehnoredactare a anilor ’83, bucla de hartie stiuta din orice masina contabila de calculat, bucla care continea inregistrarea grafica a curbelor efectuate de corpul inotatorului (care avea atashat acest mini-sonar...); din grafic re poate citi, cu amanuntime, forma+eficienta miscarilor in apa.

Cei 3 inotatori brasisti romani au fost si ei testati air in timpul acesta eu am fost invitat de pe marginea bazinului (unde era toata ‘comedia’..), intr-o camera .... – la inceput am crezut ca nu ma lasa sa vad cum se lucreaza la acest experiment..., apoi, in camera-laborator, m-am lamurit:

pe ecranul unui monitor tv se putea urmati TOT ce se intampla in apa (in 3 mari planuri: de sus, din laetral, de sub apa) + graficul curbei lasata de miscarile inotatorului + la un microfon putea-i comenta ceea ce observi iar toate aceste momente erau inregistrate pe o banda video,cu care apoi, putea-i ‘pleca acasa’ Tzah 7,8,9a,9b

Revenit in tara am scris rapid aceasta broshura; am arata-o ‘sefilor’ (L.Dumitrescu, S. Todea) dar ei aveau alte ganduri cu mine (‘‘ce sa caut eu printre ‘ei’ care nu aveam carnetu’ rosu...’’/’’ ce sa se ‘mazgaleasca’ cu Moskova, cand comunismul-narionalist al ’tovarasului’ era clar – ‘fara rusi !’’).

Asa ca si acest experiment nu a evoluat si la noi + rugamintea antrenorului Koshkin, de a veni in Romania pentru a scapa de ‘paparazzi’...(antrenorul primului inotator care a inota de 15 ori suta de metri cu o medie de sub 60 sec / 1500m/ Vladimir Salnikov), nu a fost onorata... si, uite cum se duceau, printre degete, ocazii si oportunitati greu de reeditat apoi(mai evoc aici si inpardonabila gafa a ‘tov.’ Valentin Costandache, seful sectiei Sporturi individuale pe aceea vreme, care, nu a permis deplasarea la Budapesta alui Adrian Oanta /tatal acestuia facuse politica anti-comunista inainte de ‘944/, sportiv, care inota la antrenamente, in mod repetat si frecvent ‘timpi’ sub recordul european la 200 m bras, asta era ceva mai devreme, prin 1959, an de trista amintire si pentru Nicolae rujinski, Emerik freund, Ileana Witchenstein de la ciclism, s.a., care au fost ‘exmatriculati’ din sport +iar eu am ajuns la o unitate de munca a MAI...nr. o168, Buc. !.... am mai racoresc si eu.... deh.)

Dupa cca 30 de ani – apare , recent,replica americana (cca 1000 usd...!); este adevarat – o bijuterie electronica.... dar ‘ceva’ ii lipseste si anume:’mini-sonarul’....

Watch the video below to see how the SharkEYE Tracker can help you see key points in your swimmers'''' strokes.

Video is recorded to the onboard SD memory card. It can be reviewed directly on the unit or through a compatible television. Video can be transferred to DVD or VHS using the analogue video output, or downloaded to your PC using the supplied SD card reader.

The ePlayer suite included with the ST-1.0 allows video editing and simple analysis. More in depth analysis is possible using either Dartfish or siliconCOACH, both of which are supported by the software.

The camera is lightweight (about two pounds or 0.9 kilograms), so you can walk with the camera, filming your swimmer as he or she travels down the pool. The tracking monitor mounted directly on the camera pole allows for easy camera positioning and viewing while filming. The console itself features one-button recording and playing.

Depending on the size of your SD memory card, you can record anywhere from 2.4 to 9.6 hours on one memory card! The battery typically runs about one hour before it needs recharging.

The SharkEYE Tracker collapses into a much smaller size for easy transportation. Can fit into a standard-size duffel bag!

Your SharkEYE package contains the following:

Camera

Monitor (2.5-inch LCD display)

Wand and mounting bracket

Remote control

Battery

USB card reader

Charger (all chargers will be designed for USA outlets -- international orders will need adapter, not included)

A/V cable

And now with the new "full package," you can get an 8GB memory card (twice the capacity of the standard package), the SharkWAND Extension, which increases the pole''''s length by 40cm, and a spare battery, allowing you four more hours of recording and viewing time.

The price below includes shipping charges for all orders delivered to USA addresses. All customers placing orders for delivery outside the United States will need to send an email or call 602-522-0778 BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER to inquire about additional shipping charges.

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This item is not available for rush shipping.

List Price: US $ 929.99 Special: US $ 919.99

Availability: In Stock

Code: DSSHARK-FULL

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Deci: Este o camera digitala rezistenta la apa, montata la capatul unei bare, si care se poate folosi la filmarea inotatorilor sub apa, de la marginea bazinului. Partea superioara are un ecran pt. afisarea a ceea ce se inregistreaza, iar inregistrarea poate fi copiata ulterior pe calculator, ca de pe orice camera digitala.

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iata tehnologia Kaigherov care se pare ca a fost 'exportata', dupa schimbarile din '89





si iata comunicarea metodica facuta de mine in 1983, la itoarcere de la Tzahkadzor/Armenia sovietica, baza olimpica aflata la 2000m altitudine...


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