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Swimming (Grade 7)

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Swimming

1. 
Which of these is a swimming style in which the swimmer is on his/her chest and the torso does not rotate?
  1. butterfly
  2. backstroke
  3. freestyle
  4. breaststroke
2. 
Which of these is a swimming strokes swum chest down, with both arms moving symmetrically, accompanied by the dolphin kick?
  1. breaststroke
  2. backstroke
  3. freestyle
  4. butterfly
3. 
Which of these swimming strokes makes it easiest to breathe?
  1. butterfly
  2. backstroke
  3. freestyle
  4. breaststroke
4. 
Which of these is swum in a horizontal position with the body facing down and rolling from side to side as the swimmer alternates arms to pull through the water?
  1. butterfly
  2. backstroke
  3. front-crawl
  4. breaststroke
5. 
Which of these is a swimming stroke that is swum on the side using a scissor kick and asymmetrical underwater arm movements.
  1. butterfly
  2. side stroke
  3. front-crawl
  4. breaststroke
6. 
Which of these strokes makes it the most difficult for swimmers to see where they are going?
  1. butterfly
  2. backstroke
  3. front-crawl
  4. breaststroke
7. 
A kick in which the legs move up and down together, with the knees bent on the upswing is called a
  1. scissors kick.
  2. flutter kick.
  3. dolphin kick.
  4. frog kick.
8. 
The kick used in the breaststroke is sometimes referred to as the                 kick.
  1. frog
  2. doggie
  3. dolphin
  4. whale
9. 
The front-crawl is also known as
  1. the Australian Crawl.
  2. the Louisiana Crawl.
  3. the African Crawl.
  4. the Capital Crawl.
10. 
Which of these is NOT featured in Olympic swimming?
  1. breaststroke
  2. backstroke
  3. freestyle
  4. doggie paddle
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