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 Tom Shields on The Morning Swim Show Tom Shields on The Morning Swim Show
Tom Shields gives a retrospective on his month of international racing at the Pan Pacific championships and World Cup and his thoughts on being a professional swimmer.
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 Inside September 2014 Swimming World Magazine Inside September 2014 Swimming World Magazine
The 2013-2014 Girls & Boys High School National Champions Issue. Carmel (Ind.) High School girls’ swimming team dominated during the 2013-14 high school season. Swimming World Magazine crowned Chesterton High School as the best boys’ high school swimming team in the United States.
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Ultimate Pool Workout Ultimate Pool Workout
With the right moves, a pool session can rival any dry-land strength workout.
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SWING GAME Swing Jumping World Championships
Swing Game project got started when filmmakers Mikko Peltonen and Pasi Riiali decided to make a documentary film about the mobile game business. But then things got out of hand… Now Swing Game is a documentary film, mobile game and Swing Jumping World Championship event.
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Waimea Bay: Extreme Activities on the Oahu North Shore! Waimea Bay: Extreme Activities on the Oahu North Shore!
With its broad, white sandy shore and crystal-clear aquamarine water, Waimea Bay Hawaii is easily one of the most idyllic beaches on earth! Ever since the first westerners landed on Oahu at Waimea in 1779, the unique beauty of this legendary Hawaii attraction never ceases to amaze.
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Inside Swimming World Magazine, July 2014 Inside Swimming World Magazine, July 2014
The July 2014 issue of Swimming World Magazine takes an early look at six swimmers who could make some noise as we approach the 2016 Olympics. Also, we examine Rio de Janeiro's readiness to host the competition.
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Surviving the Impact of Cliff Diving Surviving the Impact of Cliff Diving
Cliff Divers in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series free fall 27 meters over the course of 3 seconds, before entering the water at speeds upwards of 85kph.
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Self Myofascial Release (SMR) Breaststroke Kick Self Myofascial Release (SMR) Breaststroke Kick
Breaststroke speed is greatly influenced from the kick. Breaststroke kick utilizes transverse hip motion (internal and external rotation) opposed to sagittal plane motion (flexion and extension) in the other three strokes.
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Cliff Diving in Kragerø, Norway Cliff Diving in Kragerø, Norway
Thousands of spectators floated along the Kragero archipelago while the world's best divers took the 28 meter plunge into the water below. The final round featured a clash of cliff diving titans, as three past champions found themselves battling for the top spot of the podium.
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 Cliff Diving in Ireland - Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014 Cliff Diving in Ireland - Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014
Inis Mór, the big island among a group of three, is home to the legendary Serpent's Lair -- 'Poll na Peist' in Irish -- a 'blowhole' to subterranean caverns, which spurt out water each day as high tide approaches. The host for the season's first stop on European Tour
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I Am Water Ocean Conservation Trust I Am Water Ocean Conservation Trust
The I Am Water Trust was founded in 2010 by passionate ocean lovers who believe that mankind and nature cannot survive without each other.
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SSN Takes a look at the World's Best Cliff Diving Locations SSN Takes a look at the World's Best Cliff Diving Locations
Cliff diving may seem like a simple sport—the kind of activity anyone can do. After all, you'll find most jump spots at laid-back beaches or carefree lakes. WRONG!!!
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Gearing up for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014 Gearing up for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014
Top divers from around the world are anxiously gearing up for the 6th season of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.
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The (Re-) Education of a Competitive Swimmer The (Re-) Education of a Competitive Swimmer
This is a guest post by TI Coach John Fitzpatrick, head coach of the Chicago Blue Dolphin swim instruction and fitness program.
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'It's like swimming in a spaceship': Aquatics Centre opens to public 'It's like swimming in a spaceship': Aquatics Centre opens to public
News by Press Release
Schoolchildren enjoy their first splash in Zaha Hadid-designed pool after transformation from Olympics venue
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Rice Owls Want to Know: Can You Love Them Again? Rice Owls Want to Know: Can You Love Them Again?
The Rice Owls are preparing for the 2014 Conference USA Championships in Atlanta, Georgia next weekend, and have made a... Current Photo via James Hilton/Video Mike Peron
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2014 Women's Big Ten Championship Fan Guide: Minnesota Looks To Repeat, But Will Be Challenged 2014 Women's Big Ten Championship Fan Guide: Minnesota Looks To Repeat, But Will Be Challenged
News by Press Release
Minnesota will look to three-peat this weekend at the 2014 Big Ten Championships.
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Synching feeling: male synchronised swimmers bid to be taken seriously Synching feeling: male synchronised swimmers bid to be taken seriously
News by Guest Mathew Jenkin
Members of London's OTS Angels, the UK's only male synchronised swimming club, are out to show that men can compete – and maybe even win a berth at the Olympic Games
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Meet the ice mile: the toughest swimming test on the planet Meet the ice mile: the toughest swimming test on the planet
News by Sally Goble
There's a new favourite pastime for swimming masochists: doing a mile without stopping in water colder than 5C. With pain a certainty and the danger very real, what's the big attraction?
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The masters swimmer who broke her neck - and came back stronger The masters swimmer who broke her neck - and came back stronger
News by Theresa Wallace
After a freak accident, Lynn Marshall's career was written off by doctors. But they hadn't counted on the doggedness of Canada's greatest ever masters swimmer
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Swimming: the perfect disabled workout Swimming: the perfect disabled workout
News by The Swimming Blog
I used to find swimming a bore, but an arthritis diagnosis led me back to the pool – where I rediscovered a truly egalitatian, inclusive form of exercise
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Swimming On The Hot Side Swimming On The Hot Side
News by David Goodwille
These elite nuclear divers are risking their lives to help save a troubled industry.
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Australian company creates world’s first shark-repelling wetsuits … but will they really work? Australian company creates world’s first shark-repelling wetsuits … but will they really work?
News by Product Review
Products designed to make surfers and swimmers invisible, or look poisonous to predators, show promise in studies
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Dream BIG...Winter will be gone in just a few short months Dream BIG...Winter will be gone in just a few short months
For our Friends in the Path of the early winter snow storm, stay warm, stay safe and dream of these images from the Clark Little Gallery.
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