Master's Swimming

I believe my results in Master's Swimming are testament to the success of my Neuro-Cognitive Training Program. I am continuing to improve my swimming by beating my personal bests, and adding strokes to my repertoire. Please explore my results below

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Freestyle

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Backstroke

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Butterfly

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These are my 50 metre backstroke times. As of the Australian Master's in April 2022, I have improved by almost 10 seconds. By this time, I had been doing Neuro-Cognitive Training for around 16 months.

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These are my 25 metre backstroke times. As of the Australian Swimming Championships in April 2022, I have improved by 2.56 seconds.

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In the 25 metre butterfly event, I have been able to beat my most recent personal best by 3.26 seconds.

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More recently I have been competing in longer-distance events, like 100m freestyle. Overall I have improved my benchmark time by 6.17 seconds

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In the 25m freestyle event, I have improved my time by 1.35 seconds

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Butterfly is considered to be the hardest stroke, as it requires more muscles firing at the same time (U.S Master's Swimming 2018). I only began competing in butterfly events in late 2021, and since then, I have improved by 6.16 seconds in the 50 metre event. 

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In the 50m freestyle event, I have improved by 1.45 seconds.

Along with improving my lap times, I have increased my swimming repertoire by starting to compete in butterfly from 2022, and also competing in longer events, such as 100 metre freestyle. I am also planning to compete in 800 metre freestyle.

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