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Passa uppá svimjiklæðini.

susvim.fo - 2 tímar 43 min síðani

Svimjiklæðir eru kostanðarmikil at skaffa sær, men um man fer rætt framm, so kunnu tey halda leingi. Danska svimjistjørnan Rikke Møller Pedersen skrivar soleiðis:

Badetøj
Jeg lovede i sidste uge, at jeg ville give nogle tip til, hvordan du kan holde få din badedragt til at holde længere.
Her er så mine erfaringer, så du ikke behøver at bruge en formue på badetøj og stævnebadetøj.

Her er de så:
Badetøj der holder længere er lavet af noget lignende dette: Polyester 83% Polyurethan 17% og som er klor resistent.

1) Husk at skylle din badedragt i koldt vand efter brug.

2) Lad være med at vride vandet ud af din badedragt, som om det er en karklud. Hold dig til kun at hænge den op.

3) Hæng din badedragt til tørre så hurtigt som muligt.

4) Hæng aldrig din badedragt til tørre på vrangen.

5) Vask den ikke i vaskemaskinen.

 

 

Swimming is the UK’s real national sport

Swimmer's Daily - 6 tímar 21 min síðani
Sport England’s Active People Survey shows that participation in football continues to decrease from 4.97% to 4.33% of the population and that 94% of participants are male. In fact, if walking is excluded, swimming is the national sport for participation, and 64% of participants are female. Running and cycling, in which the sexual division of [...]

Xmetrics – World’s First Activity Tracker For Swimmers

Swimmer's Daily - 6 tímar 37 min síðani
Swimmers’ dream is to have an easy to use device to keep tracks of their performance, such as laps, time count, frequency monitoring etc. With Xmetrics this dream comes to reality: fixed at your goggles, just on the back of your head, it provides a customizable real time audio feedback directly while swimming. See Indiegogo

Monster Energy: Ryan Hipwood ‘The Right’

Swimmer's Daily - 8 tímar 42 min síðani
‘The Right’. The world’s most dangerous and unpredictable wave. Watch on as Monster Energy’s Ryan ‘Hippo’ Hipwood returns to conquer the wave that in 2012 nearly took his life. Courtesy of Monster Energy on YouTube

The Complete Atlanta 1996 Olympic Film | Olympic History

Swimmer's Daily - 13 tímar 8 min síðani
The official Olympic film of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games in it’s entirety is now here on the official Olympic YouTube channel. Swimming starts at 2:03:00

HS juniorar 8:10.37 og nýtt juniormet í 4×200 frí

ssf.fo - 16 tímar 9 min síðani
HS juniorar settu herfyri nýtt føroyskt juniormet í 4×200 metra frísvimjing, tá ið teir á á Ægir-stevnuni hin 4. oktober 2014 svumu teinin uppá 8:10.37. Ægir átti metið frá 2010, sum var 8:23.62. Teir fýra sum svumu nú vóru Óli … Continue reading →

Reysta stevna leygardagin 25 okt.

susvim.fo - 16 tímar 11 min síðani

Svimjifelagið Reysti bjóðar til svimjistevnu leygardagin hin 25. oktober 2014, í svimjihøllini í Leirvíkar Skúla. Kappingin er fyri bólk 2 og 3 gentur, og bólk 3 og 4 dreingir, ella børn fødd í 2002 og seinni.
Tey yngru byrja við upphiting kl 12:45 og kapping kl 13:30, og tey eldru so tá ið tey yngru eru liðug. Tað burdi tikið umleið 2 tímar fyri hvønn bólkin, alt eftir hvussu nógv melda til.
Upphiting kl. 12.45 – kapping kl. 13.30
Upphiting kl. 15:00 – kapping kl. 15.45

Kanska onkur av foreldrinum ið eru við taka myndir, sum so kunnu leggjast út her ella á facebook bólkin.

Allar bestu eydnu til tykkum øll.

Stig Severinsen Swimming with Icebergs

Swimmer's Daily - 18 tímar 44 min síðani
Swimming inside an iceberg looks amazing because the ice looks like glass and that’s crazy, and because it kind of resembles an underwater version of Superman’s Fortress of Solitude. Or at least, like a crystal palace. National Geographic shows us how a free diver explores the ice cold waters below. See Sploid

The perfect joy of swimming and running through London

Swimmer's Daily - 18 tímar 56 min síðani
In The Swimmer, John Cheever’s celebrated 1964 short story [pdf], Neddy Merrill decides to swim home via a dozen or so of his neighbours’ pools. Of course, to link this chain of water, he has to run across lawns, through woods and down busy roads. Inspired by Neddy’s watery journey, two south Londoners, Will Watt [...]

Christian Sprenger eyes Rio after tough year

Swimmer's Daily - 19 tímar 1 min síðani
Reigning world-champion breaststroker Christian Sprenger is determined to shake off a major shoulder injury in time for what will likely be his last Olympic Games. The 28-year-old fell apart at Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games, failing to make the 100m breaststroke final and swimming three seconds under his personal best. He blamed shoulder issues, which had started [...]

Ultimate Backflop – The Slow Mo Guys

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 21/10/2014 - 22:04
Gavin Free captured footage of Dan Gruchy doing side flops and back flops into a swimming pool in the latest video by The Slow Mo Guys. The episode was filmed at 1,600 frames per second using a Phantom Flex camera. See Laughing Squid

Seashine, a scary, poetic oceanic survival game coming to iOS and Android

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 21/10/2014 - 15:14
You play as a luminous jellyfish at the bottom of an oceanic abyss. Your task is to weave through the narrow workings of the caverns to find light sources. You need this light in order to live a little longer, so it’s a constant race against time. Unfortunately for this fragile creature of the deep, [...]

Chloe McCardel’s World Record Swim Attempt From Eleuthera To Nassau Underway

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 21/10/2014 - 14:51
Chloe McCardel started her solo swim from Lighthouse Beach, Eleuthera at 7.45 on Monday morning. She hopes to finish some 48 hours later in Nassau. The 29-year-old athlete from Melbourne is making the attempt under Marathon Swimmers Federation rules, which means she can’t intentionally touch her support boat or hold on to anything. McCardel last [...]

Man photobombs live TV interview with a selfie slip off the dock

Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 21/10/2014 - 11:17
Probably not intended, but still :-) Smartphones can be a hazard when in the wrong hands; this fact has been established by distracted users spanning the globe. Some people, caught up in the task at hand, wander into traffic, into closed doors, trip on curbs, and other sorts of humiliating things. While being absorbed in [...]

Natalie Coughlin Inducted into the Cal Athletics Hall of Fame

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 20/10/2014 - 16:33
University of California Swimming alum Natalie Coughlin, winner of more Olympic medals than any American woman in history, is honored at California Memorial Stadium during the Cal-UCLA game. October 18, 2014. Berkeley, California.

Rūta Meilutytė interview – The record breaker

Swimmer's Daily - Mán, 20/10/2014 - 16:28
We speak to Lithuania’s Rūta Meilutytė, swimming gold medal winner from the London 2012 Olympics and Nanjing 2014 Youth Games about her incredible achievements in the pool, dealing with success at such a young age and her plans for Rio 2016.

Man rescued after attempting to swim across Lake Norman

Swimmer's Daily - Sun, 19/10/2014 - 22:51
A man was rescued around midnight Sunday after he attempted to swim across Lake Norman following a fight with his brother on a jet ski, deputies said. The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office said it received a call just before 9 p.m. Saturday. The caller stated a man had swam up to the shore at his [...]

Drone Captures Amazing Video Of Whale Sharks, Mantas And Humans Swimming Together

Swimmer's Daily - Sun, 19/10/2014 - 22:40
An aerial drone has captured amazing footage off the coast of Mexico that shows whale sharks swimming close to giant manta rays, all while human divers move among them and observe the animals. The video was caught using a quadcopter drone, according to Shark Attack News. Filmed in Isla Mujeres, Mexico, the footage was taken [...]

Italian couple get stuck in frolic at sea

Swimmer's Daily - Sun, 19/10/2014 - 19:06
Il Mattino reported that the amorous couple were making the most of a warm day, and a practically deserted beach, when they decided to take a dip in the ocean at Porto San Giorgio to express their love. But their lovemaking came to an embarrassing end when the man was unable to extricate himself from [...]

Ocean Pines Aquatics to Host First Dive-In Movie Night

Swimmer's Daily - Sun, 19/10/2014 - 18:57
Enjoy a dip in the pool and a fun family movie at Ocean Pines Aquatics’ first Dive-In Movie Night on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Sports Core Pool, located at 11443 Cathell Rd. in Ocean Pines. Guests will be able to watch Finding Nemo on a blow-up screen while splashing and swimming [...]
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