She won the race in a time of 59.60 (29.43/30.17) – watch for her extremely stable and high body position in the water throughout the race. And pay close attention to how the stroke rate seems to be lower on the first 50 but then holding it up (or maybe even slightly increasing it) blasting off the wall at the turn to keep that steady speed and seemingly not slowing down compared to the other athletes.
More Race Videos on PSW
- IMU 2017 | 100 Backstroke Final – Kylie Masse (CAN)
- ISF 2016 | 100 Breaststroke Final – Rikke Pedersen (DEN)