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    Backstroke Catch-Up is executed with a two
    second pause once the opposite hand has met up
    with the other. Swim with one arm by your side
    or stretched out above your head. The drill will
    slow the stroke rate down in order to concentrate
    on the pull. A strong leg kick is needed.

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