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mechanical power output, technique and drag, each individually, but also in concert, determine swimming performance is the subject of this enquiry. This overview of swimming biomechanics focuses on three performance factors: (i) generation of propulsion in water; (ii) drag encountered by the body during

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in their mechanical properties, including rates of force activation and deactivation, maximum unloaded shortening velocities and the shortening velocities at which maximum mechanical power output and maximum mechanical efficiency occur. In short, it would make mechanical sense to perform fast

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on Decision and Control. Tucson, Arizona. December 1992 , pp. 2656-2661. IEEE, New York. Jordan, D.W. & Smith, P. (1999) Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equations. An Introduction to Dynamical Systems. 3 rd edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Josephson, R.K. (1985) Mechanical power output from

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