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The British Celts thought that Romans would not be able to cross it without a bridge, and consequently bivouacked in rather careless fashion on the opposite bank; but he sent across a detachment of Batavii, who were accustomed to swim easily in full armour across the most turbulent streams.
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History and Etymology for swim. Middle English swimmen, from Old English swimman; akin to Old High German swimman to swim. Keep scrolling for more. Learn More About swim. Post the Definition of swim to Facebook Share the Definition of swim on Twitter Time Traveler for swim.
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2.2 Swim styles. 2.3 Dolphin kick. 3 Competition pools. 6.1 Common swimwear. 6.1.3 Use of drag wear. 7 Elite and international swimming. 8 Open-water swimming. 9 Changes to the sport. 10.1 Historical breakthroughs. 11 Health benefits. 12 Common injuries. 13 See also. 15 External links. Main article: History of swimming. Leander swimming across the Hellespont. Detail from a painting by Bernard Picart. Evidence of recreational swimming in prehistoric times has been found, with the earliest evidence dating to Stone Age paintings from around 10,000, years ago.

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