Swimming

Swimming may refer to:

Read more about Swimming:  Movement and Sport in Water, Media

Other articles related to "swimming":

Swanage - Sport and Recreation - Water Sport
... environment for a range of watersports, including swimming, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and jetskiing ... There are two public swimming pools, one at the Swanage Bay View campsite, and another at Ulwell Caravan Park ... Both offer swimming lessons and aqua aerobic sessions ...
Indiana Hoosiers - Swimming & Diving - Men's Swimming & Diving
... Indiana has produced 80 individual swimming and diving national champions, over 191 Big Ten swimming champions, 24 conference diving champions and has won 45 Big Ten relay events ... among Big Ten schools while the individual Big Ten diving, relay and individual swimming crowns all rank second among all conference schools ... Under former coaches James Counsilman and Hobie Billingsley, the men’s swimming and diving program won 140 consecutive dual meets, 20 consecutive Big Ten titles and an NCAA ...
Swimming - Media
... Swimming (album), a 2008 album by French Kicks Swimming (film), a 2000 film directed by Robert J ...
Swansea University - Campus - Sports Village - Wales National Pool / Pwll Cenedlaethol Cymru
... the Sketty area of Swansea, Wales, is a 50 metre swimming pool built to FINA standards ... world class aquatic sports athletes and houses the headquarters of the Wales Amateur Swimming Association ... The pool is one of five of British Swimming's Intensive Training Centres (ITC), used to train swimmers for the London 2012 Olympics ...
Eastern Beach (Victoria) - Later Years
... came from public 'purchasing' a plank in the swimming enclosure boardwalk ... The enclosure was rebuilt, and the swimming pool, kiosk, and change rooms refurbished ...

Famous quotes containing the word swimming:

    Loosed betwixt eye and lid, the swimming beams
    Of memory, blind school of cuttlefish,
    Rise to the air, plunge to the cold streams....
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Mead had studied for the ministry, but had lost his faith and took great delight in blasphemy. Capt. Charles H. Frady, pioneer missionary, held a meeting here and brought Mead back into the fold. He then became so devout that, one Sunday, when he happened upon a swimming party, he shot at the people in the river, and threatened to kill anyone he again caught desecrating the Sabbath.
    —For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Awareness of having better things to do with their lives is the secret to immunizing our children against false values—whether presented on television or in “real life.” The child who finds fulfillment in music or reading or cooking or swimming or writing or drawing is not as easily convinced that he needs recognition or power or some “high” to feel worthwhile.
    Polly Berrien Berends (20th century)