Assessment Project

by: Nevo Yuval. 20.12.15. ז4

why swimming call swim?

This article is about competitive swimming as a recreational activity. For the general article on human movement in the water, see Human swimming. "Swimmer" redirects here. For other uses, see Swimmer (disambiguation). Swimming is an individual or team sport and activity. Competitive swimming is one of the most popular Olympic sports, with events in freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly.

Summary on swim

10,000-year-old rock paintings of people swimming were found in the Cave of Swimmers near Wadi Sura in southwestern Egypt. These pictures seem to show breaststroke or doggy paddle, although it is also possible that the movements have a ritual meaning unrelated to swimming An Egyptian clay seal dated between 9000 BCE and 4000 BCE shows four people who are believed to be swimming a variant of the front crawl.


and that's why we know what it's swim, and how to swim!

Question 1+2+3

I chose swimming sports, Because I connect it.


3.3. Competitive swimming in Britain started around 1830, 10,000-year-old rock paintings of people swimming were found in the Cave of Swimmers near Wadi Sura in southwestern Egypt, The Germanic folklore describes swimming, which was used successfully in wars against the Romans.

This sport wear a swimming cap and binoculars.


Amit Ivry:

is an Israeli Olympic swimmer, Maccabiah Games champion, and national record holder. She competes in the butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and medley.


Ivry won a gold medal at the 2009 Maccabiah Games in the Women's 100 m butterfly, and a bronze medal at the 2013 Maccabiah Games in the Women's 100 m freestyle. In 2012, she won a bronze medal in the 100 m butterfly at the long-course European Swimming Championships.


She holds the Maccabiah Games and Israeli records in the Women's 100 m butterfly. She also holds the Israeli national records in the Women's 50 m backstroke, 50 m breaststroke, 100 m breaststroke, 200 m Individual Medley, and 4×100 m medley relay.


In 2012, she won a bronze medal in the 100-meter butterfly at the long-course European Swimming Championships in Hungary, with a time of at 58.64 seconds, and became the first Israeli women to place and win a medal for Israel at the championships


At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she finished 18th overall in the heats in the Women's 100 metre butterfly. In the 200 metre individual medley, Ivry placed 13th in the heats and reached the semi-final, becoming the first Israeli female swimmer to compete in an Olympic semi-final, with a new Israeli record time of 2:13.29 minutes.


Question 4

Name: Amit Ivry:

Age: 26

Born: israel


early year: Ivry won a gold medal in the 2009 Maccabiah Games in the Women's 100 m butterfly, with a time of 58.50. One month later, in August 2009, she and three teammates set a new Israeli record in the 4x100 Medley relay, breaking the old record by five seconds, with a time of 4:09.49 minutes.


In December 2010, she set the Israeli national record in the Women's 100 m butterfly, with a time of 57.14. In February 2011, she and her teammates at Hapoel Emek Hefer set an Israeli record in the 4x50 meter medley, with a time of 1:57.80 minutes, at the Israel Short Course Championships at Ashdot Yaakov.


born September 2, 1989, in Eilat, Israel

Question 6



Felt fun and interesting this mission.

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