Category archives for: Swimming

Shouts from the Stands: Collegiate Club Swimming in Depth – SwimSwam

Shouts from the Stands: Collegiate Club Swimming in Depth Lauren Neidigh | August 22nd, 2015 | Club, College, Featured, Lifestyle Thanks to Ken Shimizu, club swimmer at Cornell University, for contributing this report about swimming at the club level in college. Stock Photo via Mike Lewis/Ola Vista Photography More Club Shouts from the Stands: Collegiate Club […]

This swimming pool in the sky is the ultimate symbol of London’s affordability … – Business Insider

BallymoreThe ‘swimming pool in the sky’ Surely nothing bad could come from the decision to build an impossibly wondrous amenity that is accessible exclusively to a city’s very wealthiest’s residents. Certainly there’s no reason to worry about building a jewel in plain sight of all but out of reach to almost everyone. The developers behind […]

This Glass-Encased “Sky Pool” Is Not for Those Afraid of Heights – Slate Magazine (blog)

eye_150821_skypool4

Courtesy of Ballymore Group The proposed “sky pool” at London’s new Embassy Gardens complex. Courtesy of Ballymore Group Have you ever gone swimming and thought to yourself, Gee, this is fun, but it would be a whole lot better if I were doing this about 10 stories in the air and it felt like I […]

Swimming Phenom Michael Andrew Takes Different Path at Pool – ABC News

They’ll be the first to concede they are “kind of a weird family.” They don’t mind the label at all. For Michael Andrew & Co., conformity just isn’t their style. Andrew turned pro when he was 14. He’s home-schooled and trains differently than most of his competitors. With his parents by his side every step […]

Bucking all conformity, Michael Andrew and family hope to take different path … – Minneapolis Star Tribune

SAN ANTONIO — They’ll be the first to concede they are “kind of a weird family.” They don’t mind the label at all. For Michael Andrew & Co., conformity just isn’t their style. Andrew turned pro when he was 14. He’s home-schooled and trains differently than most of his competitors. With his parents by his […]

New Kelowna Aquajets Coach Under 7-Year USA Swimming Suspension – SwimSwam

New Kelowna Aquajets Coach Under 7-Year USA Swimming Suspension Braden Keith | August 21st, 2015 | Canada, Club, Featured, International, News Lois Daigneault, the newly-hired coach of Canadian club the Kelowna Aquajets, is under a 7-year suspension from USA Swimming, according… Stock Photo via Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com More Canada No Live Stream Scheduled for 2015 World Junior […]

Bear and Cubs Found in New Jersey Family’s Swimming Pool – TIME

Bear, Cubs in Swimming Pool in New Jersey Your browser is out of date. Please update your browser at http://update.microsoft.com TAP U.S. Edition U.S. Edition Europe, Middle East and Africa Edition Asia Edition South Pacific Edition Swimming – Google News

Penn Adds Nikki Kett as Assistant Coach of Men’s & Women’s Swimming – SwimSwam

Penn Adds Nikki Kett as Assistant Coach of Men’s & Women’s Swimming Anne Lepesant | August 20th, 2015 | College, Featured, Ivy League, News Former All-American Nikki Kett has joined the University of Pennsylvania’s staff as Assistant Coach of men’s and women’s swimming. Current Photo via Noel Valero/ www.valerophoto.com More Ivy League Penn Adds Nikki Kett […]

Local 80-Year-Old Sets Swimming Record – NBC 7 San Diego

An 80-year-old Carlsbad man has entered the record books as part of the oldest team to successfully swim the Catalina Channel. Bill Spore is part of a relay team of six men, all in their 80s, who took hour-long shifts swimming the 22 miles from Catalina Island to the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Their attempt began […]

National swimming champs to hold clinic at Aqua Swim Club in Oxford – The Oakland Press

Kevin Cordes. Photo submitted by Aqua Swim Club. Giles Smith. Photo submitted by Aqua Swim Club. Two national swimming champions will be visiting Oxford’s Aqua Swim Club on Saturday, Aug. 29, to host a swim clinic for children of al ages. Giles Smith and Kevin Cordes will be teaming up with Aqua Club founder Nimrod […]

Local 80-Year-Old Hopes to Break Swimming Record – NBC 7 San Diego

An 80-year-old Carlsbad man hopes to enter the record books as part of the oldest team to successfully swim the Catalina Channel. Bill Spore is part of a relay team of six men, all in their 80s, who will take hour-long shifts swimming the 22 miles from Catalina Island to the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Their […]

Five world records down at halfway point of World Deaf Swimming Champiionships – SwimSwam

Five world records down at halfway point of World Deaf Swimming Champiionships Jared Anderson | August 19th, 2015 | Deaf Swimming, Featured, International, News, Previews & Recaps Three days into the World Deaf Swimming Championships, five deaf world records have fallen, including one to American Marcus Titus in front of his home nation’s crowd. Archive Photo […]

Kyle McNeilis Added as NYU Swimming Assistant Coach – SwimSwam

Kyle McNeilis Added as NYU Swimming Assistant Coach Lauren Neidigh | August 19th, 2015 | Coaching Changes, College, Featured, News, Press Releases Kyle McNeilis has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams. He will be involved in all aspects of the program, specializing in […]

Man Finds Bear Chilling Out in His Swimming Pool in Vancouver – TIME

Bear Found in Swimming Pool, Hot Tub in Vancouver British Columbia © 2015 Time Inc. All rights reserved. Powered by WordPress.com VIP Your browser is out of date. Please update your browser at http://update.microsoft.com TAP U.S. Edition U.S. Edition Europe, Middle East and Africa Edition Asia Edition South Pacific Edition Swimming – Google News

H.S.girls swimming: Sophie Tallier is heading to Northeastern – NorthJersey.com

All-County swimmer Sophie Tallier, seated between her parents, Joseph and Peggy, signs a Letter of Intent to swim for Northeastern University.

photo courtesy of tenafly high school All-County swimmer Sophie Tallier, seated between her parents, Joseph and Peggy, signs a Letter of Intent to swim for Northeastern University. TENAFLY – Making decisions has been a part of Sophie Tallier’s life ever since she was a young child. One of the biggest decisions she had to make […]

A Culture of Tattoos in Swimming – Swimming World Magazine

Photo Courtesy: Azaria Basile By Andrew Jovanovic, Swimming World College Intern Whether it’s something you want to acknowledge or not, there exists a culture of tattoos in the sport of swimming. Unlike other sports, it is almost impossible (unless you are pretty creative) to hide a tattoo. Since we stretch, train, and compete with minimal […]

Swim Job: Commonwealth Swimming seeks Head Age Group Coach – SwimSwam

Swim Job: Commonwealth Swimming seeks Head Age Group Coach Gold Medal Mel Stewart | August 18th, 2015 | Club, Featured, Industry, News Boston based Commonwealth Swimming, “The Current”, is in search of a full time Head Age Group Coach and part time Assistant Coaches.  Current Photo via Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com More Industry Why The Squat Progression […]

Misfit Partners With Speedo for New ‘Speedo Shine’ Swimming Activity Tracker – Mac Rumors

Misfit today announced the launch of the “Speedo Shine,” a new activity tracker that’s been designed in partnership with Speedo, a company known for its swimwear and swimming accessories. Like Misfit’s other products, the device tracks steps taken, various exercises, and sleep, but it also is able to track swimming activity. The Speedo Shine is […]

Things you should know to prevent swimming sickness – WKYC-TV

Preventing the spread of swimming sickness Tiffany Tarpley, WKYC 9:14 a.m. EDT August 18, 2015 CONNECT LINKEDINEMAILMORE PARMA, Ohio – This is the time of year to fit in as many pool days as possible before the weather gets cooler. Before your next swim, there are some things you should know to prevent possible sickness. So […]

The dangers of swimming in restricted areas – wwlp.com

Related Coverage WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Public swimming pools are packed with families escaping the heat, but every summer, some look to get cool in rivers or lakes, where there can be quick currents, and no lifeguards on duty. 22News went to the West Springfield Fire Department to find out what the risks are. […]

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google

Photo Gallery

wordpress stat
Log in | Designed by Newspapers Online Free
Translate »