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Editorial: Back in 1911, a man called  George Corsan, a Canadian chief instructor and pool designer for the YMCA and author of some of the first definitive books on swimming instruction, was to be found teaching a fishtail action in swimming that would ultimately led to the birth of modern butterfly in 1952. Between the…

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Editorial: Back in 1911, a man called  George Corsan, a Canadian chief instructor and pool designer for the YMCA and author of some of the first definitive books on swimming instruction, was to be found teaching a fishtail action in swimming that would ultimately led to the birth of modern butterfly in 1952. Between the… […]

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