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Interview with Ollie Hynd

21:27:04 31.08.2017 posted by admin at 21:27:04 31.08.2017
Tags Paralympics
Ollie Hynd competes in the Paralympics as a class 8 swimmer, having neuromuscular myopathy and associated limb deformities.  Hynd made his international debut at the 2011 IPC European Championships where he won the 200m IM setting a new European record. In 400m freestyle, he finished in second place just behind older brother Sam. Hynd won a gold …
Categories: General

iSpy Sound Detective – Swimming Pool

21:19:41 31.08.2017 posted by admin at 21:19:41 31.08.2017
Tags CBeebies
Your favourite CBeebies Sound Detectives find themselves in deep-water on their latest mission. They are transported to a diving competition at a swimming pool to discover which swimmer is soaking all the sandwiches. To fully enjoy this episode turn down the volume on your device, put on your headphones and find yourself transported to a swimming pool, thanks to 3D binaural technology. …
Categories: General

Nina and the Neurons: Get Sporty – Swimming and Diving

21:15:44 31.08.2017 posted by admin at 21:15:44 31.08.2017
Tags CBeebies
Have you ever wondered how we swim? Join Nina in this #CBeebiesRadio radio episode to investigate, experiment and find out!; Nina and the Neurons: Get Sporty encourages little listeners to explore the science around sport. In this show we find out how swimmers use their arms and legs to move through the water. What’s your little listener’s favourite thing to do …
Categories: General

Shhh, Listen – We're At A Swimming Pool

21:11:50 31.08.2017 posted by admin at 21:11:50 31.08.2017
Tags CBeebies
Splish splash splosh! Where will Alex take us on today’s #CBeebiesRadio sound adventure? Shhh, listen… This series encourages little listeners to engage with the world of sound around them.   
Categories: General

A Never-ending Dream

15:47:12 12.08.2017 posted by admin at 15:47:12 12.08.2017
Tags Paralympics
17-year-old swimmer Edgaras Matakas dives into complete darkness. Edgaras has not been able to see since he was 15 years old. He was the only disabled swimmer to represent Lithuania at the 2016 Paralympics. In Rio Edgaras took part in 50, 100 and 400m swims. He came eighth in the 400m final (05:30.66), tenth over 100m (1:06.09) and eleventh over 50m (27.86s and a Lithuanian record). His …
Categories: General
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