Swimming

Wyoming Men, NAU Women Win WAC Championships:

Situated 7,000 feet above sea level in Flagstaff, Arizona, home to some very harsh winters, one may not think of Northern Arizona University as a powerhouse when it comes to swimming. But the NAU Women once again blew that perception out of the water. They came away as the Western Athletic Conference Champions for the

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Swimming Life Lessons

Even though swimming has physical and mental health benefits, it can be difficult. People who are professional swimmers often face many obstacles. However, they are able to learn many life lessons while they are swimming. Swimming teaches people to persevere despite the fact that there are facing adversity. Swimming is a mental sport. That is

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Stanford Men Enter Post Season #1 in Country:

If anyone still could not decide which team would be the favorite in the Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships, the final CSCAA poll of the regular season may help them make up their minds. The Stanford Men jumped up from #4 in the nation to grab the #1 spot, knocking conference foe California out of

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2017 Swim Season Does Not Step Down From Previous Years

The Olympic games are a place where records are set and the swimmers give the best of themselves. Everyone expects the best to be given at the games and for the swimmers to rest until the next 4-year event. The 2017 swimming games were an exception and will be recorded in the history of swimming

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Swimming and Exercise

In the current age, society has become more aware of health and nutrition. We have taken more control of our diets and physical exercise. There are many avenues to assist in living a healthier life, but swimming is arguably the most effective. Swimming is an important way to release inflammation throughout the body. Swimming assists

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Swimming In The Olympics

Now that the big game is over, most people, especially die hard sports fans, will be focusing on the upcoming Winter Olympic Games. Those who enjoy poise, and elegance will be awaiting the swimming competitions. Watching the swimmers perform with such precision is a pure delight. Cheering for your favorite country to win is as

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Swimmers Need To Beware Of Sea Lion Attacks In San Francisco

A fourth sea lion attacked has now occurred at the San Francisco Aquatic Park. In December, a man was bitten on the leg in what can only be described as a highly unusual incident. Since that first incident in December, several other ones occurred, including the latest which happened in January. Sea lions are known

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Swimming In Cold Water Can Ease Pain

Swimming may be just as effective for alleviating pain as painkillers. Doctors conducted a study on a man who suffered from excessive facial flushing. The man had surgery on the nerves in his chest to reduce the flushing. The surgery was successful. However, the man suffered from severe pain that could not be relieved with

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Kaliszak, Bratton Nab Scholar Athlete Honors:

Luke Kaliszak and Lisa Bratton have had pretty successful careers for Alabama and Texas A&M respectively. But it is not only in the pool where they accomplish great things. They also do the job where it counts most for a collegiate athlete, in the classroom. The pair were named the SEC’s Men’s and Women’s Swimming

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