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Dolphin kick

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noun - The dolphin kick is the fifth stroke of swimmer where swimmers travel underwater in a streamlined fashion after pushing off the walls in a swimming pool either on a swimmer's back or front. In the dolphin kick, the power and propulsion comes from the legs as the feet sweep upwards and downwards while the body’s core remains taut and tense.

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Coach Joseph Bernal revolutionized the sport of swimming with the dolphin kick made famous by Olympic champion David Berkoff.

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