Developed by : Dick Schermer
Descripted by : Stefan de Best

Look like :
Body position :
Trailing arm :
Leading arm :
Legstroke :
 Screw backstroke
 On the breast, rolling movement to both sides
 Full and a half pull-through
 Full and a half pull-through

The principle
This swimming-stroke looks like the Screw backstroke of Villepion [1929] where the swimming-stroke, as the name does suspect it, is swum on the breast. The arms are under water simultaneously brought in front of the body and then again brought next to the body where both the trailing arm and the leading arm make a full and a half pull-through. The legstroke is a scissor-kick which is made on both sides.

Combination : double and long.

The screw-breaststroke seen from below.