The recent BASES webinar, “Supplements in Sport from an Anti-Doping Perspective”, is now available for download on the Human Kinetics website. This highly relevant webinar provides an overview of the anti-doping risks associated with nutritional supplements, the potential impact and how to minimise these risks. Presenter, Anne Sargent has been working at UK Anti-Doping for four …
posted by admin at 11:46:36 22.09.2015
The external infographic below highlights various types of swimming fashion that have come and gone. Take a look at what people wore to the beach for the past 350 years and the changes, either for decency or function. Which one is your favourite?
posted by admin at 09:06:39 17.09.2015
On 20 Jan 2013, Rob Koehler, WADA Director of Education and Project Development, made a presentation to the WADA Athlete Committee members on the growing need for education to play a greater role in the fight against doping in sport.
posted by admin at 14:13:53 16.09.2015
Over time, administrators and officers collect pictures, documents, videos and other general items detailing a great deal of the day to day history of their clubs. Founded in 1860, Brighton Swimming Club is England's oldest continuously formed Swimming Club. Take a look how they have preserved their historical records for the digital Archives / Memories. Brighton Swimming Club …
posted by admin at 10:51:22 14.09.2015
This 2012 film tells the story of Frank Chalmers, an open water swimmer who is setting off on the challenge of his life. Having successfully swum the English Channel, Frank has been training for over a year in preparation for his toughest swim yet; to cross the Pentland Firth. This notoriously treacherous stretch of water separates the Orkney Islands from mainland Scotland and is home to some …
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