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freestyle

1. a competition or race, as in swimming, in which each participant may use a style of his or her choice instead of a specified style
2. 
a. an amateur style of wrestling with an agreed set of rules
b. a style of professional wrestling with no internationally agreed set of rules
3. a series of acrobatics performed in skiing, etc.
4. (as modifier): a freestyle event

Freestyle

The code name for the Media Center version of Windows. See Windows Media Center.
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Double winners for Churchill were Jon Hermach in the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly, and Alex New in the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke.
Melissa Diaz already has recorded impressive times in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly, and Collins expects Samantha Alt to qualify for the 200 freestyle when she begins competing in the event later this season.
He was at CIF last year watching,'' Linn said of Ervin, ``and he gave me some advice on the freestyles.
Cleveland's Jones, who already holds section records in four events, should take titles in the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle.
It was the first time two swimmers have stood shoulder to shoulder atop the victory podium at the Olympics since Americans Carrie Steinseifer and Nancy Hogshead tied for first in the 100 freestyle in 1984.
On Monday, van den Hoogenband took Thorpe's world record away in the 200-meter freestyle and stole the Olympic gold medal, too.
He finished second in the 100 butterfly, third in the 400 freestyle and fourth in the 200 freestyle.
berth to Sydney in the 50-meter freestyle on Saturday.
Carvin finished second to Phoenix Swim Club's Klete Keller in the 400 freestyle to realize a dream deferred four years by a serious illness.
The junior from Cleveland High of Reseda, who seems to set records wherever she swims in the City Section preliminaries, did it in the 200- yard freestyle and 100 butterfly at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool.