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Open Water

The History and Technique of Swimming

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Dive deep into the world of swimming with open water swimmer and coach Mikael Rosen as he explores the sport through eight different perspectives. With topics ranging from the vigorous mental and physical demands of the sport to gender and race politics, no reader will be left treading water. Rosen also provides a look into the lives of professional swimmers such as Michael Phelps and Sarah Sjostrom, sharing insights into what makes these greats super swimmers. Packed with interesting history, science, and trivia, as well as useful charts, maps, sidebars, tips, and strategies-plus plenty of photos sprinkled throughout-this compendium is a must-have for any athlete or swimming fanatic.

Product code: 9781452169941

ISBN 9781452169941
No. Of Pages 360
Publisher Chronicle Books
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H249xW185xS42
For those who swim, used to swim, or are simply fascinated by the sport, Open Water is the ultimate reference for learning more about the history and science of swimming.