Swimming Terminologies?

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There are several swimming terminologies that one can keep in mind while swimming. These would include 'lap' and this is the distance of the pool from end to end, while 'lane' is the particular area in which the swimmer is swimming in. Backstroke on the other hand is a swim stroke that one does on their back.
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There are several swimming terminologies that one can keep in mind while swimming. These would include 'lap' and this is the distance of the pool from end to end, while 'lane' is the particular area in which the swimmer is swimming in. Backstroke on the other hand is a swim stroke that one does on their back.
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