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- noun A person swimming using the
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- noun someone who swims the breaststroke
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The 24-year-old breaststroker underwent the operation at Emory University Hospital, said his agent, Evan Morgenstein.
Led by sprinter Libby Trickett and breaststroker Leisel Jones, the Australian women could, like the U.S. men, post 1-2 finishes and be a force in the relays.
These three are a bunch of show-offs, so any mere breaststroker will quickly find themselves sinking.
Within barely an hour of the first gun, a world record had fallen to a Belgian breaststroker.
There's a saying among swim coaches, "If the kid can't swim, make him a breaststroker."
Australia was disqualified in qualifying for an exchange violation between its first and second legs — from backstroker Joshua Watson to breaststroker Jim Piper.
NEW BEGINNINGS The first semester of the 1993/94 season saw one of the Swedes return home, the other injure his knee and the third male swimmer fall ill, which meant that I ended up being Jan's only breaststroker - a blessing in disguise as it allowed us the time to build that all-important swimmer-coach relationship.
His early attitude was based on the behaviour of the late Canadian breaststroker Victor Davis.
Sarah's victory over me at a local pre-Olympic race was the catalyst for the media to declare she had taken over the mantle as South Africa's premier female breaststroker.
I went to Kenneth Cawood, the men's breaststroker in the squad and asked him what "drill" meant.