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Q: When swimming in a race do you swim the length or the width?

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will future -- I will swim in the harbour race next Saturday going to -- I am going to swim as hard as I can be + present participle -- I am swimming in the race next week.

Swimming isn't played it's a race but you swim in a pool, lake, river or ocean.

Math used in swimming * How long you swim , the length in metres or kilometres. * How long (time) it takes you to swim the length. HTH(Hope this helps) fr Aj

People swim and race each other

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25 yards.

If you are in a race, people swim faster in cold water.

The width of a lane in a swimming pool is 2.5m. During training a swimmer will use half of the lane and the other is for the other swimmer. They will rotate between lanes, by right hand will swim down and the left side will swim up.

A seed time is your previous time in any given event when you enter a meet. This determines what heat you will be placed in to swim your race. The time you get when you swim that race is called your final time.

Present progressive is formed with -- am/is/are + present participle. ( the present participle is verb + ing) eg am swimming , is swimming, are swimming I am swimming in the next race. Jack is swimming in three races. We are swimming in the school sports.

Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.Assuming the swimming pool is a rectangular block, just multiply length x width x height. If these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.If the swimming pool has parts that are deeper than others (it is common to have a shallow part, for children who don't swim well yet), calculate the volume for each part separately, then add the results.

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