Anum Bandey ‘You can’t explain how you feel’ | Words of Olympians

Swimmer's Daily - Hós, 30/10/2014 - 18:54
Pakistan’s Anum Bandey competed in the London 2012 Olympic Games swimming in the Women’s 400m Individual Medley. Making her first Olympic appearance, aged just 15, she broke the Pakistan national record.

Filmmaker Captures Gorgeous Slow Mo Surfing Footage with $235K Phantom Cameras

Swimmer's Daily - Hós, 30/10/2014 - 00:16
If you’ve ever used an underwater housing, you know what it feels like to dunk your several thousand dollar DSLR underwater for the very first time. You know it’s safe, you double checked everything, you probably already tested the seals, but the moment of truth still frays your nerves. Imagine, then, how filmmaker Chris Bryan [...]

Community says lack of swimming facilities are putting kids in danger

Swimmer's Daily - Hós, 30/10/2014 - 00:09
The southern Alberta community of Vauxhall, is a small farming town that is missing one thing most municipalities boast as a great way to encourage affordable and fun physical activity. It’s known as the ‘Potato Capital of the West” and is located 90 km northeast of Lethbridge and is home to 1200 residents. Some could [...]

Horsens finnur 28 ára komet. - Mik, 29/10/2014 - 12:45

Í VKM herfyri, hevði Horsens svømmeklub ein nýggjan svimjara við á holdinum. Talan er um 28 ára Maris Lencevics, ið vann silvur á 50 m firvald og 100 blandað, við tíðinum 24,96 og 58,72.

Svimjifelagið “spottaði” Maris í upprunaliga er frá Litauen, men fyri tíðina býr í Horsens, meðan hann svam almenna svimjing og soleiðis bóðu honum eitt pláss á 1.liði

Høvðusvenjarin Jan Løth sigur soleiðis:

Vi ”spottede” ham til offentlig svømning og tilbød ham at træne med på 1. holdet i juni måned. Derefter er det gået – slag i slag – og denne weekend kulminerede det med at Maris vandt to sølvmedaljer for seniorerne i 50 m. fly og 100 IM – begge løb i flotte tider.

Det også viser også at svømning ikke nødvendigvis er slut når man fylder 18-20 år.

So Jón, 44 er nokk for gamalt, men Shaila keep it up.

Sunnur morgunmatur - Mik, 29/10/2014 - 11:07

Eitt ið er sera umráðandi, er matur, tað skal sunnur og góður matur til fyri at kroppurin kan fungera og tola alla venjingina og harvið fáa nakað burtur úr allari venjingini.

Ein frammúrskarandi danskur svimjari hevur hesa uppskriftina úppá ein sunnan og góðan morgunmat. Kanska onkur roynur hendan havragreytin.


1 kop gryn
2 kop vand
1 tsk salt
1 tsk kanel

På havregrøden:
1 spsk cremefraise 38% (og ja det er ikke en fejl at jeg skrev 38%)
1 revet æble

God appetit


Lifeguard drones can reach swimmers a minute faster than human lifeguards

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 23:08
Could lifeguard drones become a safety standard in the future? This innovative technology started generating buzz in 2013 when creator Amin Rigi of RTS Labs in Iran gave a public demonstration of the product. It is now being developed at RTS London and the company says it is ready to start mass producing the drones. [...]

What is a rip current, and how to get out of one

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 23:06
After three surfers died in a rip current in Cornwall, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution has advice on what to do if you encounter one. You can spot a rip current by looking for a rippled patch of sea amid otherwise calm water. There might also be foam on the water’s surface, debris floating out [...]

Popular Flower Mound Swim Coach Killed in Weekend Crash

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 21:03
A North Texas community is mourning the loss of a man many simply known as Coach Kyle. Kyle Tilley, 26, of Flower Mound was killed in a car crash over the weekend in The Colony. Trooper Lonny Haschel with the Texas Department of Public Safety says Tilley was traveling southbound on the Sam Rayburn Tollway [...]

When faced with higher prices, swimming is the activity most likely to take a dive

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 20:39
Experts agree that it’s a great way of staying fit and healthy at any age, but when faced with higher prices people are likely to swim less often, while other forms of physical activity such as working out or walking are barely affected. According to a study by Brunel University London’s Health Economics Research Group [...]

Homeowner rescues elderly man who drove into swimming pool

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 20:35
A Good Samaritan rescued an elderly man who accidentally drove his SUV into a swimming pool on Long Island. The incident happened around 3:45 p.m. in Commack. 79-year-old Joseph DiDonato was driving a 2010 Acura SUV through the parking lot of Mayfair Foot Care on Harned Road when he apparently pressed the gas pedal instead [...]

Rebecca Adlington launches swimming initiative in Stockton

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 09:39
Becky Adlington has a vision that every child in Britain should be able to swim 25 metres by the time they leave primary school. And on Saturday her SwimStars team arrived at Stockton’s Total Fitness health club to announce the opening of the scheme at the health club. Launching the scheme, she said: “Despite my [...]

Live streaming from the Tokyo 2014 FINA Swimming World Cup leg

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 28/10/2014 - 09:24
See FinaTV, FINA is providing live coverage of the FINA 2014 Swimming World Cup finals in Tokyo on 28th and 29th October 2014. Post by FINA.

Dramatic moment unconscious woman is rescued from River Thames

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 13:51
This is the moment a London lifeboat crew saved the life of a woman thought to have epilepsy from the River Thames. Report by Claire Lomas.

Stephanie Rice Test Drives Zumba

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 12:10
Zumba is so different to my usual form of exercising! Check me out…not my greatest performance haha.

Bering Strait Swim through the Eyes of Nuala Moore

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 10:10
With the seeds planted by American Lynne Cox, a team of hardened swimmers expanded upon her 1987 swim from Little Diomede to Big Diomede. Many of the world’s best ice swimmers from 16 countries realized years of planning in swimming from Russia to the U.S.A. It was the history’s most dangerous swim with large ocean [...]

Firefighters Rescue Horse From Pool

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 00:30
Firefighters in Mesa, Arizona were in for a big surprise Saturday when they had to rescue a horse from a back yard pool. It’s unclear how the horse got in, but after using a tranquilizer to keep it calm crews used straps to pull the horse out.

Caught On Camera: Curious Sea Lion Attacks Diver

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 00:05
A tranquil diving trip turned into a nightmare during a sea lion attack. The rare moment was captured on tape as freediver Chris Okamoto enjoyed the silence of the blue ocean on the Californian coast. He had been swimming near the Santa Barbara island on October 10 when an adult sea lion rushed towards him [...]

Ariana Kukors teams up with Komen Puget Sound

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 27/10/2014 - 00:00
Former Olympic swimmer and world record holder Ariana Kukors has been busy training in California since she came out of retirement to take a shot at one more Summer Olympics. She returned to Seattle this week to support a cause that’s very close to her heart. See King5

Goran Colak 288m Dynamic Freediving World Record (CMAS)

Swimmer's Daily - Ley, 25/10/2014 - 10:30
At the recent CMAS European Apnea World Championships in Tenerife, Croatian Freediver Goran Colak set a new CMAS Dynamic World Record by swimming 288m with fins in one breath. Via DeeperBlue

Dawn Fraser on the feeling of competing in her first Olympics | Words of Olympians

Swimmer's Daily - Ley, 25/10/2014 - 09:45
Australia’s Dawn Fraser recalls how she felt taking part in the Olympic games for the first time and describes how it felt winning gold at the Melbourne 1956 games. The four time Olympic gold medalist still considers 1956 as her most enjoyable Olympic games and explains the pride she felt swimming for her country at [...]
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