It's possible to adjust your technique in the middle of a race.
Just because you started one way doesn't mean you need to finish that way.
The reason you might make a change mid-race is because different techniques
are faster at different stages of a race.
The best example of this was in the 100m freestyle at the London Olympics.
American Nathan Adrian won by 0.01 of a second by making a small change.
Can you spot it in this video?
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Raising Champion Swimmers (Podcast)
Being a parent of a swimmer is just as demanding as being a swimmer.
I chatted with Gary Barclay about this topic and how parents can best raise
a champion swimmer.
Gary has worked with all levels of swimmers from learn to swim up to
I hope you get as much out of this interview as I did.
Listen to the podcast
Until next week!
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