Swimming is the activity of swimming, especially as a sport or for pleasure. swimming lessons. the sport of moving yourself through water using your arms and legs. In recreation and sports, the propulsion of the body through water by combined arm and leg motions. Swimming is popular as an all-around fitness routine and as a competitive sport. It has been included in the modern Olympic Games since their inception in 1896. Events include freestyle (crawl-stroke) races at distances of 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, and 1,500 m; backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly races at 100 and 200 m; individual medley races at 200 and 400 m; freestyle relays, 4 100 m and 4 200 m; and the medley relay, 4 100 m. Long-distance swimming competitions, usually of 15-37 mi (24-59 km), are generally held on lakes and inland waters
A swimming float is normally used for toddlers or other very young children who are beginning to learn how to swim. These devices, which come in many shapes and types, are used to aid them with buoyancy
A swimming baths or swimming bath is a building that contains an indoor public swimming pool. The plural swimming baths can be used to refer to one or more than one of these places. It had been two years since I had been to the swimming baths
A swimming pool is a large hole in the ground that has been made and filled with water so that people can swim in it. A structure, often a concrete-lined excavation of rectangular shape, that is filled with water and used for swimming
(Spor) Medley is a combination of four different swimming styles into one race. This race is either swum by one swimmer as individual medley (IM) or by four swimmers as a medley relay. (Note: the terms for events are never just "medley"--they are either referred to as "Individual Medley"/"I.M." or "Medley Relay".)
used to describe the progress of a ship through the water A ship would "swimme well" or "swimme ill", according to her speed under sail Matthew Baker has some of his original designs depicting fish as hulls preserved in the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge
When you swim, you move through water by making movements with your arms and legs. She learned to swim when she was really tiny I went round to Jonathan's to see if he wanted to go swimming He was rescued only when an exhausted friend swam ashore I swim a mile a day. Swim is also a noun. When can we go for a swim, Mam?
Slow, graceful, undesired movements of display elements, groups, or images about their mean position on a display surface, such as that of a monitor Note 1: Swim can be followed by the human eye, whereas jitter usually appears as a blur Note 2: Jitter, swim, wander, and drift have increasing periods of variation in that order
syn·chro·nized swim·ming in BRIT, also use synchronised swimming Synchronized swimming is a sport in which two or more people perform complicated and carefully planned movements in water in time to music. a sport in which swimmers move in patterns in the water to music. Swimming sport in which the movements of one or more swimmers are synchronized with a musical accompaniment. The sport developed in the U.S. in the 1930s and was admitted as an Olympic event (solo and duet only) in 1984; in 1996 the rules were changed to allow only teams of eight women. Teams are judged on compulsory and optional routines
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