Swimming is a fun and enjoyable activity that has been around since the ancient times. It is a form of exercise that can help to keep you fit and healthy while also providing some relaxation and stress relief. Swimming is a popular recreational activity, and a great way to get involved in water sports. Whether you're swimming in a lake, river, pool, or the ocean, swimming can provide an exhilarating experience. Swimming can also provide a great way to keep cool on a hot day or to relax after a stressful day. With its many health benefits, swimming is an activity that anyone can enjoy – regardless of age or skill level, and it is a great way to stay fit and have some fun. So why not dive in and get to know the world of swimming a little better?
1) What is the most common stroke used in competitive swimming?
2) In which type of stroke do swimmers use flutter kick?
3) Which type of stroke is considered the slowest?
4) How wide must a freestyle pool lane be?
5) What is the minimum water temperature for competitive swimming?
6) How many strokes are allowed in an individual medley?
7) What is the fastest stroke when used correctly?
8) How many strokes should it take to complete a 25 yard/meter freestyle?
9) How many strokes should it take to complete a 100 yard/meter freestyle?
10) What is the most restful stroke?
11) How many kicks are used in a single 50-meter butterfly?
12) How many kicks are used in a single 100-meter breaststroke?
13) How long is a standard Olympic-size swimming pool?
14) What is the maximum number of competitors in the 400-meter individual medley?
15) How long is a 50-meter freestyle race?
16) How often do swimmers take a breath when swimming freestyle?
17) How many turns should be taken in a 200-meter individual medley race?
18) What stroke is the first leg of the individual medley?
19) What is the minimum water temperature for recreational swimming?
20) How many feet should a pool lifeguard be able to swim in a non-stop swim test?
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