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History Of Swimming
In October 1933, about 10,000 years old cave and Rock swimming art were originated by Hungarian explorer â€˜Laszloalmasyâ€™. It is named due to portraits of people with bent limbs and contains painted rocks pictures. In Mehenjo Daro Pakistan, â€˜Great Bathâ€™ was the first swimming pool since 2800.
In 1953:Â The first swimming book named â€˜Colymbetesâ€™ was written by German professor Nikolauswynmann. His main purpose was to minimize the danger.
In 1587:Â A swimming book was also written by Everard Digby whose aim was that Humans can swim better than fishes.
In 1595:Â A book was written on how to swim by Christopher Middleton which includes different examples of various types of swimming.
In 1603:Â Dig by introduced a book where it was mentioned most important forms of swimming.
In 1696:Â Melchisedechthevenot, a French author wrote a book which includes the art of swimming. It is similar to the latest breaststroke.
In 1793:Â Gutsmuths which is from schnepfenthal located I Germany wrote a gymnastic book which includes an important section of swimming.
In 1794:Â Kanonikusoronzio de Bernadi which is from Italy wrote a swimming book whose main focus was on floating practices.
In 1798:Â A book named â€˜Kleineslehrbuchderâ€™ was written by Gutsmuths who recommended to use fishing rod while learning swimming. It also includes how to learn swimming.
In 1800:Â In the early 1800S in England, the swimming arises as a competitive sport.
In 1828:Â The St. George Bath was the first indoor swimming pool that was opened to the public.
In 1794:Â The two-volume book about the swimming was written by Kanonikusoronzio de Bernadi which was from Italy which includes floating practices.
In 1830:Â In about 1830, competitive swimming arises in Britain that uses mainly breaststroke.
In 1840:Â The British introduced speeder sidestroke where the swimmer lies on one side.
In 1875:Â Between France and England, Matthew captain was the very first man to swim the English channel.
In 1926:Â The Gertrude Ederle was the first woman in the year 1926 that swim through English channel and made the contemporary record in that.
In 1928:Â The David Armbruster, a coach at the University, began the scientific study of swimming in the year 1928 that filmed underwater swimming.
In 1934:Â Armbuster made a method to develop overwater swimming that brings the arm in the forward direction.
In 1935:Â Jack Seig, a scientist developed a new technique for fishtail swimming that involves swimming through face down.
In 1935:Â During official swimming competition, men wore the topless swimsuit for the first time.
In 1943:Â Bikini was introduced in Paris as the US reduced the fabric of swimsuit by 10 percent that results in the two-piece swimsuit.
In 1956:Â Flip turn was first introduced during the games in Melbourne.
In 1991:Â The rules of swimming was changed so that to make sure the safety and health of swimmers.
In 2005:Â Fina introduced underwater dolphin kick along with the breaststroke motion.
In 2010:Â From Fina competition, body skins were banned after the demand of many federal swimmers.