Long Spanish stroke
Single and double Spanish backstroke
Short Spanish stroke
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 long Spanish stroke where there is shortly driven on the chest. The combination of the arms and legs is short.
This swimming-stroke looks like the short Spanish stroke where the arms make a double overarmstroke with a full pull-through, while the legs do a modified wide scissor-kick. The combination of the arms and legs is short followed by a short gliding-phase while lying on the chest.
This swimming-stroke looks also like the short Spanish stroke. The body position is on the side and then rolls to the chest. The arms move forward under water and make a full pull through where the leading arm is pulled through sideward (horizontally).
The legstroke is a modified frog-kick and a long gliding-phase (2 or 3 seconds) on the chest finishes the swimming-stroke.
This Japanese swimming-stroke looks like the short Spanish stroke and the body position is stable on the chest. The arms make a single overarmstroke where the trailing arm is making a full pull through and where the leading arm has a supporting function.
The legstroke is the same one which is made while swimming the breaststroke (the frog-kick) and the combination of the arms and legs is semi-short. There's hardly no gliding-phase.
It is, however, a tiring swimming-stroke to swim, but a logical one.