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R. Keig Stallman, A comparison of performance on a 200m combined test with and without outer clothing, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 199.
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R. Keig Stallman, A graded approach to a definition of ‘Can Swim’, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 214.
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R. Keig Stallman and Hindmarch, T. E., Lifesaving as a Sport and as a Tool of Rescue: A Comparative Observational Analysis, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 290.
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R. Keig Stallman, A Norwegian model of swimming competency, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 249.
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R. Keig Stallman, Parallel Teaching: Maximizing teaching efficiency - optimizing learning effect, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 89.
R. Keig Stallman, Perceived versus real aquatic competence: the 'Can You Swim' project, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 213.
R. Keig Stallman and PK, K., A proposed framework for developing a plan for research in life saving and water safety, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
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R. Keig Stallman, Laakso, B. W., and Hornemann, E., Quantifying the Increased Challenge to Swimming Skill Imposed by Clothing, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 100.
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R. Keig Stallman, Junge, M., and Blixt, T., The teaching of swimming based on a model derived from the causes of drowning, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.