Long Spanish stroke
Single and double Spanish backstroke
Short Spanish stroke
Short Trudgeon Crawl
Short Trudgeon with closed scissor-kick
Trudgeon of Villepion
Double Short Trudgeon
Double Long Trudgeon
Double Short Trudgeoncrawl
Trudgeon of Veldkamp
Brasse Pour La Mer
Double Spanish stroke
Old Spanish stroke (hand-über-hand)
Stroke of Löwenstrom
Australian crawl of Meijer
Fifth swimming-stroke (?)
PS: Swimming-strokes which are shown in bold
= a difficult swimming-stroke to swim or impractical
This swimming-stroke looks like the short Trudgeon. The arms do a double overarmstroke where the trailing and the leading arm make a full pull-through. The legstroke exist of two (double) wide scissor-kicks. Finally the combination of the arms and legs is short and the gliding-phase happens short on the breast.
We rated this swimming-stroke as 7 on a scale of 10, however, the author of this website rated it as 8.
This swimming-stroke looks like the double short Trudgeon but the combination of arms and legs with this swimming-stroke is long and a short gliding-phase on the side. This swimming-stroke got a 6 out of a scale of 10 but the author of this website gives it a 7,5.
This swimming-stroke is also called the American six-beat Trudgeoncrawl but is usually called the Double Short Trudgeoncrawl because this is more obvious. This swimming-stroke looks like the double short Trudgeon and the legs are making two scissor-kicks (one on each side) both followed by a crawl-kick.