Ceccon and the preparations for the European Championships in Rome: training against the current in the 'Flume' pool

Ceccon and the preparations for the European Championships in Rome: training against the current in the 'Flume' pool

 Ceccon and the preparations for the European Championships in Rome: training against the current in the 'Flume' pool

World records train against current, Thomas Ceccon, record holder & nbsp; 100 backstroke world championship, two gold medals at the last swimming world championships is in Tenerife, at T3 (Tenerife Top Training) to prepare for the European Championships in Rome (from 11 August). There is the & nbsp; “Flume”, just a tank against the current. The potential is explained by the coach of the blue, Alberto Burlina: “There is the possibility of setting it at all the speeds you want up to 2.5 meters/second. In addition there is a set of cameras that show the athlete in action “. On Instagram Ceccon posts the video as a game, but it's not for fun, & nbsp; (“even if the swimmers have fun”), it is used to analyze the swim at various speeds, “The one in the video is at 2 m/s. More or minus the speed held in the 50 backstroke for an elite athlete “.
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