New methods lead to records

New preparation methods of Belarusian national swimming team result in evident improvements, with athletes able to set up nine national records at Belarus Open Swimming Championships, recently hosted by Brest
New preparation methods of Belarusian national swimming team result in evident improvements, with athletes able to set up nine national records at Belarus Open Swimming Championships, recently hosted by Brest



“Eighteen months ago, we began to introduce new methods in preparation of our leading swimmers and changed the technique of distance passing for young athletes, who will be able to make a name for themselves in future. The results of the short-course swimming tournament testify that the athletes have accepted the innovations and adjusted to them, enabling them to set up nine national records in Brest,” notes head coach of the Belarusian national swimming team, Dmitry Mantsevich.

After a small break the national swimming squad of Belarus started training at the Brest Regional Centre of Olympic Reserve for one of the most important starts of the winter season — European Short-Course Championships — hosted by Israel from December 2nd-6th. The leader of the national team, Alexandra Gerasimenya, feels special responsibility before big starts. Two-time Olympic prize winner in London notes that she is now in good form and pins hopes on 100m freestyle distance at the forthcoming continental forum.
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