INGE DE BRUIJN AT 35 m OF HER GOLD MEDAL 50 m FREESTYLE RACE AT THE 2004 ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES
Each frame is .1 seconds apart. Inge de Bruijn's time for this event was 24.58.
This analysis is presented for comparison purposes. As has been reported elsewhere, in 2004 Inge de Bruijn performed with a straight arm recovery stroke. This analysis presents the same stroke phase in 2000 and 2004 so that any differences in the strokes could be discovered. It is contended that the reposition phase of the stroke, as is evidenced in 2000, is not as good in 2004. It is hypothesized that the difference is due to the straight arm recovery stroke. A picture of the two stroke phases is provided below.
Below are the moving and collage presentations of Inge de Bruijn's stroke at 35 m into her Gold Medal race at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games
This stroke analysis includes a moving sequence in real time, a moving sequence where each frame is displayed for .5 of a second, and still frames.
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