PHOENIX, Arizona, August 2. LAST week, the international swimming governing body met to vote on the use of unlimited dolphin kicks at the start of a breaststroke race. The proposed rule would allow swimmers to use as many dolphin kicks as possible on the start, but they must surface before 15 meters and swim breaststroke. FINA voted against the proposal, keeping the current rules in place. We asked our audience if they agreed with the decision by FINA to vote down the rule allowing multiple dolphin kicks. Watch the Video to learn of the results.
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