100 characteristics of a champion

Rushall, Brent S.
August 1995
Swimming Technique;Aug-Oct95, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p14
Presents a checklist containing characteristics and behaviors which have been shown to be consistent indicators of champion swimmers. Desirable result with a score of more than 80. INSET: Total score out of 100 (answer key of checklist)..


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