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The arms alternate so that one arm is underwater while the other arm is recovering.
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One complete arm turn is considered one cycle, from the initial position, one arm sinks slightly under water and turns the palm outward to start the catch phase. The hand enters downward then pulling out at a 45 degree angle, during the power phase the hand follows a semi-circular path from the catch to the side of the hip.
The palm is facing away from the swimming direction, while remaining straight as an extension of the arm. This is done so that both the arms and the elbow can push the maximum amount of back in order to push the body forward. At the height of the shoulders, the upper and lower arms should have their maximum angle of about 90 degrees and this is called the Mid-Pull of the power phase. The Mid-Pull phase consists of pushing the palm of the hand as far down as possible with the fingers pointing upward, again, the goal is to push the body forward against the water.
At the very end of the Mid-Pull, the flaps down for a last push forward down to a depth of 45 cm. Besides pushing the body forward, this helps with the rolling back to the other side as part of the body movement. During the power phase, the fingers of the hand can be slightly apart, to prepare for the recovery phase, the hand is rotated so that the palms point towards the legs and the thumb side points upwards.
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Bob Beamon of the U. American athletes Jim Hines, Tommie Smith and Lee Evans also set long-standing world records in the m, m and m, in the triple jump, the previous world record was improved five times by three different athletes. Viktor Saneev won the first of three gold medals in this event. Dick Fosbury of the U. Debbie Meyer of the U. Olympic-size swimming pool — An Olympic-size swimming pool is the type of swimming pool used in the Olympic Games, where the race course is 50 metres in length.
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Between April and August he won all competitions he entered. Best wishes, John Schwandt: Given some time, I probably can come up with the exact FHC microfilm number. I know because I copied one from the films which might possibly be the birth of my ggrandmother. I will know more once the document is translated. What these documents do also with the few I have seen from East Prussia which were written in Polish as in Marijampole is mention the persons' names in Cyrillic and in parentheses mention the German version of the same name.
It took me a long time to be able to decipher that much from amongst all of the Cyrillic letters. My grandmother from Uszballen near Schmalleningken; my grandfather from Koadjuthen.
Tauroggen was part of East Prussia. As was Wischwill and many other towns. All are now part of current-day Lithuania. I can only state what my father and his parents, my cousins, my great-uncle's memoirs, maps and history books have told me. You are correct and I'm wrong. It is still odd for me to see Russians there though. Maybe I just don't know enough history about this section of the province. Possibly the family was Huguenot.
In the late s they lived in East Prussia. They were in shipping and had connections along the Baltic coast. In the s they moved to Riga.
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They had dealings with both the East Prussian and Russian governments. They were in shipping and had dealings with both the East Prussian and Russian governments. In the s they moved to Riga or near there. I believe this was referred to as Courland, and was part of Russia. While most records were in German, I believe there are some in Russian. Almost certainly the late records in Riga were in Russian. Susan mentioned other places -- Uszballen, Schmalleningken, Koadjuthen and Wischwill -- that were located along the Memel River and which would have been in East Prussia in Later on, however, this strip along the Memel called Memelland or Memelgebiet would go to Lithuania after about It is very important to consider the time period of your research when working in this Memel area.
As LDS catalogs their microfilms as the place was known in at the time of the German Empire it is important to know what your area was called at that point in time. Also remember that parish boundaries didn't always follow the boundaries found on a map.
I have always found the church registers in this Memel region to be written in German. While I have not studied these civil records very well, I took the Lithuanian influence to be present in the civil records only after or so. Perhaps others can shed more light on this. For anyone interested, there are several map books that easily will show the location of Tauroggen outside of the East Prussian border.
Two can be found in: Jensen briefly sheds some light on the often-confusing Memel region. This is one of the reasons so many towns and villages in this area were known by two names. It includes a section on Lithuanian towns. He also includes the modern Lithuanian city and county names for these parishes.
His age was given as 27, so he was born in ? He was a shoemaker. Does anyone have access to the burgherbuch for Mehlsack, for around ? I wonder if he was employed as a shoemaker in Mehlsack before he moved to Konitz. Thanks for any help Muriel Gambrel geb Plohmann Date: Ein alliiertes Statut garantiert dem Memelland weitgehende politische Unabhaengigkeit. Aufgrund von Unruhen wird ueber das Memelland der Ausnahmezustand verhaengt, der erst zum Jahr aufgehoben wird.
He was then drafted into the military. He served 3 years with the 15th Infantry. He then went back to Hille for a short time then went to Holland.