Long Spanish stroke
Long Trudgeon with closed scissor-kick
Trudgeon of Sheffield
Trudgeon of Billington
Double Trudgeon of Boisseau
Long Trudgeon with frog-kick and scissor-kick
On the side: stroke of Buchfelder
On the side: stroke of Buchfelder with
Single and double Spanish backstroke
Short Spanish stroke
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 Trudgeon and the body position rolls from a horizontal position to a vertical position on the side. The arms make a single overarmstroke where the trailing arm makes a full pull through and the leading arm an half pull through.
The legstroke has a deviating scissor-kick all followed by a long gliding-phase on the side for about 2 seconds. The combination of the arms and legs is long.
The stroke of Buchfelder with scissor/inverted scissor-kick which is descripted here, looks like the ordinary stroke of Buchfelder. The only difference is that after the scissor-kick an inverted scissor-kick is made. This means that the lower leg moves forward and the upper leg moves backwards.
Finally a long gliding-phase follows (for about 2 seconds) and the combination of the arms and legs is long.