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push away debris and thin surface oil and flame.
this and other strokes not covered in detail, see
Figure 4. Breast stroke is dependable in all situations, in all types
of water. Head may be raised or submerged. a. Start with prone
float. b. Pull arms to sides horizontally. When arms reach shoulder
level, start to draw in legs. Arms and hands meet under chest; legs
assume deep knee bend with knees separated. c. Arms lunge for-
ward under water and terminate as at a; legs are lashedout to side
straddle hop then return to starting position.
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