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It is one of those days, the swimming lane I am about to plunge into is overcrowded and even though it is marked with the clearly distinctive letters "FAST SWIMMERS", the lane is plagued with leisurely swimming head up breaststrokers and wanna be swi
I'll go with the USA Swimming 2015 Rulebook (available on line at usaswimming. org under the Officials resources). These rules are in line with FINA international rules, so if not in the USA, your national Rulebook should still contain similar langua
10. Acupuncture It also stimulates the release of a variety of hormones that help body to respond to injury and stress. In some cases it has shown improved sleep(deeper/more hours)Some Physical disorders that can be treated with acupuncture are; Head
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There's nothing quite like the Olympics to make me feel guilty about my slothful lifestyle. Most weekends I while away the hours on my couch, watching movies, reading magazines, and musing idly about going to the gym. My routine is pretty much the sa
Whether you want to get back in the water after a long hiatus away, wanting to go that extra km or train for a specific event, our easy to follow programs are a great way to make the most out of your time in the water, and to reach your fitness goals
Sun Yang, 2012 London Olympics. Photo by Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports. Swimmers are a hard lot
Eric Moussambani Malonga (born May 31, 1978) is a swimmer from Equatorial Guinea. Nicknamed "Eric the Eel" by the media after the name first appeared in an article by Craig Lord in The Times newspaper in London, Moussambani won brief international fa
Legendary American swimmer Michael Phelps is among many Olympians who have attracted attention at the current Olympic Games in Rio de Janiro with red-circled bruises on their bodies. These bruises were caused by a now popular medical therapy called '