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The science of underwater swimming: how staying submerged gives Olympians the winning edge

By Anthony Blazevich, Professor of Biomechanics, Edith Cowan University
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Swimming underwater reduces drag so much there are rules against doing it for too long. But the best swimmers make the most of what's allowed.

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