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  1. Hudson aquatic program creates hygiene kits for homeless veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Hudson Hub-Times

    In honor of Veterans Day, the Hudson High School swimming and diving team began its season focusing on those sacrifices made and how the team can give back with a service project the team has been involved in for many years. It is called "Hygiene Kits for Homeless Veterans" and provides hygiene kits to the Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio to be distributed to the thousands of veterans in America who are homeless.


  2. Larkin: Aussie swimming back to glory daysRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... the Dolphins' impressive medal haul in August's World Championships in Russia. "I think people are starting to say swimming's getting back to its glory days. I really hope it is," said backstroke king Mitch Larkin. Larkin became the country's first ...


  3. After thrashing rival UF, Jimbo Fisher isn't looking to leave FSURead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | The Orlando Sentinel

    Florida State beat state rival Florida 27-2 on Saturday night to cap a day in which word leaked that the coach who has the Gators' number isn't about to leave FSU for, say, LSU . The Palm Beach Post quoted a source that said Fisher told university president John Thrasher last week that he had no hankering for jambalaya.


  4. J'can nurse honoured by the popeRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Jamaica Observer

    But last Sunday when Archbishop Charles Dufour presented her with the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal, the moment proved special for the 86-year-old life-long Roman Catholic. "I felt very humbled," Nurse Clemetson told the Jamaica Observer last Friday.


  5. Four state qualifiers lead Tallmadge aquatic teamRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | Tallmadge Express

    The quartet was part of the 200-yard medley relay team that finished 22nd at the Division II state meet. Fourth-year head coach Ryan Miller, who has been with the Blue Devils for the last six years, has all four swimmers back in the lineup this season.


  6. Tallmadge girls seek more wins in the poolRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | Tallmadge Express

    The Lady Blue Devils join league holdovers Copley, Highland and Revere along with newcomers Kent Roosevelt, Aurora and Barberton in the smaller-school American Conference. "Our girls team is building back up," Miller said.


  7. Making pools more diverse: Swimming Australia launches inclusion frameworkRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Blaze

    The country's peak body representing swimming has launched its new inclusion framework and website to promote inclusivity and diversity in Australian pools. Swimming Australia says its new Inclusive Swimming Framework will help guide swimming partners and stakeholders on making the sport more inclusive of people by removing barriers that may prevent them from swimming.


  8. Teens act on training to rescue a swimmerRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Border Mail

    Young army cadets and their friend helped save a man who had trouble breathing in the water at Lake Hume QUICK THINKING: Sam Walsh, 18, Debbi Barnes, 17 and Tahlia Blom, 16, at the place they were swimming with the island in the background. A young group of friends who went to Lake Hume for an afternoon swim ended their day by helping to rescue a man from the water.


  9. ECOVIEWS: Fishing reveals environmental problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Star

    Several years ago I wrote about a research project in Antarctica that described an unusual association between a small invertebrate called an amphipod and an even smaller bright orange swimming snail called a sea butterfly. The study revealed that fish living under the ice at the South Pole find amphipods, which are related to sow bugs aka roly-polies, delectable.


  10. Top 5: Great places to exercise your dogRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Press On-Line

    A huge dog-friendly, fully fenced area with plenty to keep you and your pooch amused. The two water holes are possibly the best canine swimming spots in Christchurch and the well-equipped agility areas are super for burning off excess energy.


  11. Swimmer Robbie Renwick enjoying the form of his life at 27Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Robbie Renwick appears to be the Benjamin Button of British swimming; after being on the international scene for a decade, the Aberdonian has had the best year of his career at the age of 27. At a stage in his career when many of his fellow swimmers have hung up their goggles, Renwick is continuing to improve and in August, he became world champion for the first time when he was part of the quartet that won gold in the 4 x 200m freestyle relay at the World Championships in Kazan, Russia. Just weeks later, he was named Scottish Sportsperson of the Year.


  12. Obama breaks his promise on frankenfish, and Alaskans will payRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

    ... a company from Massachusetts, has been genetically modifying salmon. Apparently the whole years in the ocean, swimming back to the home creek, spawning upriver natural progression, is just too much of a pain. It takes too long. Instead AquaBounty ...


  13. Slash CBay entry fee for seniors, council report recommendsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Timaru Herald

    A discount of between 10 and 50 per cent for SuperGold card holders should be trialed for six months at CBay from January 2016, a new report recommends. Swimmers aged 65-80 pay more to enter Timaru's public pool CBay than they would at almost every other comparable facility in the South Island.


  14. Hauntingly beautiful photos of wreck divingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | SFGate

    Divers explore a shipment of British toilets from the Yolanda wreck on November 9, 2015 in Red Sea, Egypt. Yolanda was a Cypriot cargo ship that grounded on Ras Muhammad reef in April 1980.


  15. Unsung Hero: Adviser leads student-athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Journal and Courier

    Cathy Wright-Eger spent 21 years as Purdue's swimming coach but is now helping student-athletes in a different way Unsung Hero: Adviser leads student-athletes Cathy Wright-Eger spent 21 years as Purdue's swimming coach but is now helping student-athletes in a different way Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1jqcwGo Cathy Wright-Eger, the Leadership Advisor for Purdue Athletics, Tuesday, November 17, 2015, on the campus of Purdue University. Wright-Eger helped create the John Wood Leadership Institute.


  16. Netball knocked off its perchRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    ... now playing soccer. Findings from the latest Roy Morgan Research Young Australians Survey show soccer has overtaken swimming as the most popular sporting activity among Australian kids. The world-game has gained an extra 108,000 young players in the ...


  17. Search continues in Raglan for missing teenRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    ... 17, on Saturday. The Hamilton teenager has been missing since Thursday afternoon after he got into difficulty swimming at Raglan's Ngarunui Beach. Cory was swimming with three friends when he was caught in a rip and pulled out to sea during low ...


  18. Newmarket swimmers set regional qualifying times at Milton Keynes...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    SWIMMING: Ciara Gill-Ryan and Henry Newell set regional qualifying times for Newmarket Swimming Club at the Modernians Golden Eagle Level Two meeting in Milton Keynes. Gill-Ryan set her time in the 50m butterfly, while Newell took nine seconds off his 200m breaststroke time to achieve a new regional standard.


  19. Mind Control: Psychology by the Numbers?Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | Psychology Today

    Although neither mystical nor magical, the science of behavioral psychology may seem so to the uninitiated because the beneficial effects of mental shaping by means of behavioral principles can, at times, be so dramatic. Just what does one say to those who, with eye-rolling incredulity, dismiss a proven science of the mind as "that touchy-feely stuff"? Personally, I find it more effective to invite skeptics to simply observe - and maybe even experiment with - some simple exercises in addition and subtraction.


  20. Girls Swimming: No. 1 Immaculate Heart looking to ride depth to another state titleRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | NJ.com

    ... on getting points from up and down the lineup to win meets this year. "One of my favorite parts about high school swimming is that you can't just have one or two kids scoring points," said Schlereth. "You really need everyone on your roster to be ...