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  • noun Common misspelling of breaststroke.

Etymologies

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Blend of breast and stroke

Examples

  • In fact, none of the eight medalists in the breastroke was a senior.

    The Bellingham Herald: Sports News

  • Then 2 laps backstroke, and about 50 laps breastroke.

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  • Surprisingly, I was better at that than doing breastroke normally.

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  • Oh and then Mr. Crazyman decided that as some sort of sick punishment, we could do breastroke on our backs.

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  • I watched with great pride the coverage of your feat in the 100 metre breastroke, firstly breaking your own world record and then winning the first gold medal for South Africa.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Rebecca Soni, gold medal winner in the 200 breastroke at the 2008 Games, won that event in Charlotte, nearly 3 seconds ahead of Amanda Beard, finishing in 2:23.33.

    The Seattle Times

  • Eric Shanteau won an event for the second straight night, winning the 200 breastroke in 2:10.95, outdistancing Elliott Keefer who finished in 2:16.02.

    The Seattle Times

  • I have never learned to do breastroke or tread water (Though I can front crawl).

    Army Rumour Service

  • My 100 Meters breastroke time is 1 minute 18 seconds.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • My 100 Meters breastroke time is 1 minute 18 seconds.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

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