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CLIP 6278

Introduction to synchronised swimming

Introduction to synchronised swimming

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Key Info
  • Introduction to synchronised swimming
  • Duration: 03:27
  • An introduction to the rules and techniques of synchronised swimming. Includes an explanation of how synchronised swimming is judged alongside some of the basic moves. Sculling with the arms and an 'egg beater' motion with the legs keeps the swimmer stable and allows the more advanced techniques to be performed. Beginners can try the 'oyster' first.
  • Subject:

    Physical Education


    Aquatic Activities

  • Keywords: synchronised swimming, music, choreography, judging, competition
Ideas for use in class
  • Introduction to synchronised swimming. There are also cross-overs with gymnastics and diving in the use of core stability and choreography.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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