Archives: June 2017

New Swimming Events Added for 2020 Olympics

Saturday June 10, 2017 may go down in the annals of swimming history as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) made an announcement that would change the face of Olympic swimming. In an attempt to boost female participation in the sport as well as to extend the appeal of Olympic sports to the younger generation, the

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Vijay Eswaran Succeeds In The Direct Selling Business

Vijay is a respected member of the community. The shrewd entrepreneur established the QI Group of Companies in 1998 together with Joseph Bismark. The multi-million business has continued to make huge profitability margins owing to the visionary leadership of Eswaran. The company offers innovative products and services. Notably, QI Group engages in diverse businesses, including

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Disabled Boy Defies Odds And Becomes Swimming Champion

Ismail Zuliac is a six-year-old boy who was born without arms. He also has a deformed foot. However, he has not let that stop him from becoming a swimmer. His parents thought that introducing him to swimming at a young age would help him.   Amel Kapo is a sports graduate. She teaches swimming classes

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E-Governe Implements High-End Technology to Promote Efficiency in Organizations

With the era of modern technology vastly spreading into different sectors of specialization, e-governe is becoming the in thing in most organizations. The revolutionary of digitalization brings forth a new era of computerized details from every corner. Consequently, the government and its organizations have taken the lead in the digital platform. This is done to avail

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Metella Reaches Qualifying Mark for the 100 Fly

Although the swimming season has just gotten underway, Mehdy Metella has gotten off to a great start. On day 5 of French competition, he hit the worlds qualifying mark of 52.08 seconds with an impressive time of 51.98. Although his personal bests are a bit under this mark, it was a successful race nonetheless. Over

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The Dangers of Public Swimming Pools

Public swimming pools can look harmless on the surface, but new research suggests that there are more infections than you might imagine. Since 2014, the number of infections from public pools has nearly doubled across the nation. As we quickly approach the summer, this number is sure to skyrocket even further. Scientists have found evidence

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How Sports Drinks Affect Swimming

Many people drink a sports beverage before they go swimming because they think that the beverage will improve their performance. However, a new study that was done by the Royal College of Pediatrics and Children’s Health has proven that sports drinks do not improve performance. The study involved 19 subjects who were between the ages

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How Greg Secker Foundation came to be and the roles it is playing today

Greg Secker is an example of successful business people who had humble beginnings. He is an entrepreneur as well as an international speaker. He has carried out various businesses, and he is well known as a master trader as well as a philanthropist. Greg founded various organizations including Action group and virtual trading desk among

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Swimming Benefits

There is a lot of news about swimming right now. Many people of all ages are looking to take their health to new levels. Regular exercise can be boring and ineffective. Swimming is one of the best exercises that you can do for a variety of reasons. Not only is it easier on your joints,

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