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The best swimmers in the world

The best swimmers in the world

 

The best swimmers in the world:




    *Here are the five best swimmers in the world according to the FINA rankings after the 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup: Cate Campbell, born in Australia.  At a young age, I could participate in the first Olympic Games at the age of only sixteen;  Then she competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and won a bronze medal in the 50-meter freestyle and another one in the 400-meter freestyle.





    *During his career, Campbell has managed to win several titles;  He won nineteen gold medals in the various Olympic games he participated in, in addition to many silver and bronze medals.  Katinka Hoszów, a Hungarian swimmer born in 1989, won the Iron Woman title in 2016, after winning four medals at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in the same year, as well as winning the world swimming championships for the fifth time in a row.





    * Katinka started her career in 2009 where she managed to win several medals at the World Cup held in Rome.  Michelle Coleman, a Swedish swimmer born in 1993, made her debut at the 2012 Olympics;  When he was only eighteen years old, he won a silver medal in the 400m freestyle competition, and in the same year he won a silver medal at the Dubai Swimming World Cup;  In the 100-meter freestyle competitions,




    In 2013, Coleman won a bronze medal in the 50-meter backstroke and a silver medal in the 200-meter freestyle at the European Swimming Championships.  Zsuzsanna Jakabos: (English: Zsuzsanna Jakabos), a Hungarian swimmer born in 1989, who began swimming at the age of eight, is an Olympic swimmer who participated in both the 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. He holds many medals in different types of races.  Swimming At the national level, Susanna was able to win many titles and in 2005 she was voted as the best swimmer in Hungary.





    Kira Toussaint:




    *She is a Dutch swimmer, born in 1994 who gained international fame in 2012, when she broke the 100m record at the European Championships.  Kira participated in many college tournaments and managed to get excellent results in them, and 2016 was a witness for Kira.  He participated in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and in 2017, he was able to participate in the Swimming World Cup and then in the European Swimming Championships in 2018.





    Best Swimmers Ever Here are the five best swimmers who have ever tried swimming in their entire history:





    Freezer of Down




    She is an Olympian born in Australia.  He trained to swim between 1956-1964 and was able to win the 100-meter freestyle in three consecutive Olympics.  She was the first female athlete to pass this race in less than a minute and is considered one of the most popular sports in Australia, and is popular all over the world.






    Janet Evans:




    She is an American swimmer and is considered one of the best swimmers in the long-distance category of 400 and 800 and was able to win the World Swimmer of the Year award in 1988 and 1989 as well as winning three gold medals in 1988 and nationally, Janet managed to win forty-five US titles.





    Gertrude Ederl:





    She is an American female swimmer who swam from 1919 to 1926 and gained fame and versatility for being the first woman to swim the English Channel at a record speed;  He swam in the channel two hours less than the fastest man swimmer.






    Tracy Colkins:




    She is an American swimmer whose career spanned between 1976 and 1986. In her first international competition at the 1978 World Swimming Championships, Tracy won five gold medals and one silver medal.  she won;  She has won five medals in any other type of swimming, and at home Tracy has won forty-eight national titles in the United States.





    Shane Gold



    An Australian swimmer who trained in professional swimming for only three years;  In the years 1970-1973, despite her short professional career, during her participation in the Olympic Games in 1972, she managed to win three gold, one silver and one bronze medal and this year was chosen as the best swimmer of history.  Globalism.





    To meet the world's best male and female swimmers:




    * Swimming has become an internationally competitive sport since the inception of the Olympic Games;  It has been included in the list of these games since 1896, but the swimming competition was limited to the participation of men without women, and in 1908 the International Swimming Federation, known by its acronym FINA, was created, which lasted four years.  After the establishment of the Federation in 1912, the women's swimming competition was added for the first time to the Olympics,





    Currently, men and women compete in swimming.  The Olympic Games are generally considered the most important international water sports tournament, with men and women competing separately in different types of competition;  Free swimming competitions in the 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500 and 10,000 metres include;  The 800m freestyle competition is restricted to women only, and the 1500m freestyle competition is for men and other types of swimming only;  For the back, arm and butterfly, men and women compete in separate races of 100 meters and 200 meters.




    Swimming in cold water:




    Swimming in cold water is one of the oldest sports practiced by people, especially in semi-frozen regions such as Scandinavia, America, Germany and Ireland, because of its many benefits to the human body that appear immediately and finally.  For a long time, while swimming in cold water grows, improves metabolism, improves blood circulation and improves skin health.





    * In addition to the many benefits that we will mention in this article.  Benefits of swimming in cold water strengthens the immune system: Research has confirmed that cold water has a positive effect on the entire immune system, as it helps to increase the number of white blood cells to help the body respond quickly to the significant change in the surrounding temperature, and practicing this sport continuously strengthens the immune system  .  Increased endorphin levels: Endorphins (the happiness hormone) are produced in the brain and then released into the body until you feel happy and satisfied.






    * Research has shown that swimming in cold water releases endorphins that help you fight pain.  Promote blood circulation: Swimming in cold water increases the strength of blood flow in the veins, arteries, and capillaries and helps the body better tolerate cold in winter.  Promote hormone production: Research has shown that swimming in cold water increases the production of estrogen and testosterone, which increases fertility in both sexes, and improves mood.





    Burn more calories:





    When you swim in cold water, your heart works harder to keep you warm, pumping more blood to your body so that you burn more calories when swimming in cold water than in hot water.  Reduces tiredness and fatigue: Studies have shown that swimmers in cold water are more calm and relaxed than normal people, because cold water reduces stress, anxiety and fatigue experienced by the body and increases the body's ability to resist diseases.





    Promotes healthy skin:




    * Cold water cleanses the skin, cleanses away impurities, adds vitality and freshness.  Tips before bathing with cold water The body must get used to cold water before bathing in it, and take a cold shower in the bathtub and gradually reduce the temperature, because when jumping directly into the cold water, the body can be subjected to severe shocks.  And the lungs, they get attacked and stop breathing, which can of course lead to drowning.  Drink plenty of water to hydrate before swimming and to prevent muscle cramps.  Consult a professional before you start swimming in cold water.

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