(February 6, 2022) The Nantucket women’s swim team won their seventh straight league championship on Saturday at the Cape Town and Sandwich Islands Championships. The boys, meanwhile, finished second behind Martha’s Vineyard, snapping their streak of seven consecutive league championships. The highlight of the event was Maddie Bartleman breaking theRead More →

[103 Pages Report] Swimming Equipment Market Overview 2022 Swimming equipment includes bathing suits, swimming caps, swimming goggles, earplugs, and training equipment such as floatation devices, masks and snorkels, and kickboards. This equipment is necessary for people entering the pool or participating in water activities. Swimming equipment assists the userRead More →

On Monday, the Maharashtra government further eased Covid-19 restrictions in the state following the drop in daily coronavirus cases. The state has now allowed swimming pools, amusement/water parks and spas to open at 50% capacity, while there is no limit on the number of funeral attendees. The order also saidRead More →

Glasgow City Council faces a £34million funding black hole that may need to be plugged by cutting vital services. Free food for children during school holidays, services for pupils with dyslexia and swimming lessons for elementary-aged children are among those at risk, along with the hike in crematorium fees andRead More →

Of the 12 swimmers in Mike Venos’ team at Birmingham Brother Rice, four of them competed all four years. This lack of “full-time” experience isn’t something that’s standing in the way of Brother Rice as he begins his season. It’s not something that worries Venos. “The last time we wereRead More →

With victories over Susquehanna Township and East Pennsboro, the Boiling Springs boys’ and girls’ swim teams extended their blistering 2021-22 campaign on Tuesday and Thursday. HS Swimming: Braelen Mowe and Katie Buehler’s big nights ignite Boiling Springs wins over Big Spring The Bubbler boys took 138-27 and 133-12 wins whileRead More →

Maxwell will take tough practices if it means achieving his goal of finishing in the top eight in state. She took ninth place in the 100m butterfly at last year’s state event. Meeting Gene Cotter was a good test to show where Maxwell is in his progression. Because she wasn’tRead More →

At more than $100 per term and long waiting lists, swimming lessons are a “huge” financial burden on families, said Water Safety chief executive Daniel Gerrard. But a former Olympic swimming coach and swimming school owner says the price of life doesn’t even compare, while another swimming teacher says swimmingRead More →

Senior Northwestern Evan Bower (seated center) signed on to continue his education and swimming career at Shawnee State University earlier this week. Pictured: (front, LR) Michele Bower, Evan Bower, Lee Bower. (back cover, left to right) Dave Frantz, Hanna Tackett, Michelle Tackett, Gerald Cadogan. Jacob Smith | Daily schedules McDERMOTTRead More →

Four-time Olympian and seven-time medalist Emily Seebohm has revealed why she now thinks crying is a sign of weakness. Four-time Olympian and three-time Olympic gold medalist Emily Seebohm has revealed why she thinks crying is a sign of weakness. The 29-year-old was on Australia’s Beijing, London, Rio and Tokyo swimmingRead More →

“ Global Pool copings The 2028 market research report contains in-depth case studies of the various countries involved with the Swimming Pool Copings market. The report is segmented on the basis of usage, if any, and the report offers all of this information for all major countries and associations. ItRead More →