Stage 10 Outcome 3
Expected Standards Learn to Swim Framework • 2m 21s
a. The butterfly element can be done on the front, side or back.
b. If on the front the arms will be streamlined in front and the head will come up at the front or to the side to breathe.
c. If on the side, one arm will be close to the hips (not aiding propulsion) and one arm will be in front of the head in a streamlined position. The head will turn to the side to breathe.
d. If on the back the arms will be streamlined above the head.
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Stage 10 Outcome 4
a. Use correct start, turns and finish without stopping over the 200 metres.
b. Maintain consistent strokes throughout the specified distance.
Stage 10 Outcome 5
a. Maintain speed into the wall.
b. The swimmer will finish on a full stroke without a glide.
c. The swimmer will stretch into the finish by turning onto their side.
Stage 10 Outcome 6
a. The outgoing swimmer will watch the incoming swimmer and initiate the
start before the incoming swimmer has actually touched (usually as the
incoming swimmer starts the recovery of the stroke that is going to touch
b. The swimmer will leave the side when the incoming swimmer touche...