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Cold water swimming from BBC Countryfile Winter Diaries

Cold water swimming from BBC Countryfile Winter Diaries

Excerpt from BBC Countryfile Winter Diaries, February 2017 extolling the benefits of cold water swimming
1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Backstroke

1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Backstroke

Production: Dan Ryan and Rick Pepin for Aquaforum Films. Features Backstroke.
1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Butterfly

1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Butterfly

Production: Dan Ryan and Rick Pepin for Aquaforum Films. Features Butterfly.
1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Breaststroke

1976-1980 Olympic and World Class Swimmers - Breaststroke

Production: Dan Ryan and Rick Pepin for Aquaforum Films. Featuring Breaststroke.
Tips to Improve Your Water Polo Game

Tips to Improve Your Water Polo Game

This presentation looks at some of the top tips that will help improve your water polo game. For more information visit http://paulkraaijvanger.net.
UPolo 2017 Official Video

UPolo 2017 Official Video

Event video from the 2017 UPolo British Championships on 13 May 2017 at Cardiff International Pool UPolo aims to improve the standard of water polo in UK by giving University teams more opportunity to play at a competitive level. The league, which runs during the academic year and culminates in a Finals tournament, is divided regionally which allows for accessible matches and a full calendar of fixtures in each semester.
How to fail, successfully | Brent Hayden

How to fail, successfully | Brent Hayden

In this talk, Brent Hayden uses personal experiences to explore the psyche of failure and how you can learn to use it as a tool for success. His talk takes the audience through the emotional journey he went through: from failing his first swimming lessons to standing on the Olympic podium. How ultimately, failure can be your greatest coach in life. Brent Hayden is a retired Olympic Bronze Medallist and World Champion swimmer who represented Team Canada for a decade. He is the current Canadian record holder in six events and regarded as the fastest swimmer in Canadian history. Brent's message is that success results from learning through failure. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Why me? Why not someone else?

Why me? Why not someone else?

Having gone through hardships in his youth Duncan Goodhew went from a young man escaping to the swimming pool to an Olympic Champion. Throughout his Olympics journey he always attempted to answer the question… why me? Duncan Goodhew is an English former Olympic swimmer for Great Britain and won Olympic gold and bronze medals at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
FINIS Live™

FINIS Live™

Walk-through for the free fitness mobile application designed to make the most of every swim. Whether it is tracking laps, stroke-specific data or calories burned, FINIS Live™ allows users to view, store and share key swim statistics.
Keri-Anne's Swim Tips

Keri-Anne's Swim Tips

Olympians Keri-anne Payne and David Carry founded Triscape to share their knowledge, experiences and passion for inspiring and enabling Healthy and Active Lifestyles in World Class Environments. In this video, Keri-Anne shares tips.
The Traits of a Successful Leader in Sport

The Traits of a Successful Leader in Sport

In ther leadership series from SportsPro Live event, sports industry leaders share their view on the traits that make a successful leader in the business of sport.
British Triathlon Top Tips - Swimming

British Triathlon Top Tips - Swimming

Hear the top tips from our British Triathlon athletes on how to improve your swimming. From focusing on technique to finding a the right wetsuit, get clued up on how to excel in the water.
TYR - How To Put On Your Tech Suit - Men's

TYR - How To Put On Your Tech Suit - Men's

Ever wonder how to ease into that tech suit without causing rips and tears? We know we have! To prevent damage to your suit here is a step- by- step guide for you to follow.
TYR - How To Put On Your Tech Suit - Women's

TYR - How To Put On Your Tech Suit - Women's

Ever wonder how to ease into that tech suit without causing rips and tears? We know we have! To prevent damage to your suit here is a step- by- step guide for you to follow.
Lessons for Mass Participation

Lessons for Mass Participation

Shawn Anderson, Bruce Wigo, Kevin Dawson, Robert Pruter, had a panel discussion on "Lessons for Mass Participation" in terms of swimming history at the International Aquatic History Symposium & Film Festival, organized by the International Swimming Hall of Fame (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA, 8 to 12 May 2012)
US Water Polo Instructional Film 1965

US Water Polo Instructional Film 1965

Hosted by film star Burt Lancaster, this classic shows how water polo was played in the 1960s. Featuring legendary coaches Bob Horn, Monte Nitzkowski and Uhro Saari along with many of the best American players of the era
Open Water Swim Training Tips from Peter Stoychev

Open Water Swim Training Tips from Peter Stoychev

Petar Stoychev (the first person to swim the English Channel under 7 hours) gave some training tips to competitors of the Chillswim Coniston 5.25 mile swim.
Surviving to thriving

Surviving to thriving

At the CSP Network 2017 Convention entitled ‘Creating the Conditions for Success’, Cameron Jones, Global VP R &D Hair, Head of Unilever Port Sunlight and Chair of MSP (Merseyside Sport), challenged the CSP Network to look at value creation and how to strive to survive. This included the network showcasing its value creation and demonstrating how its work enriched people life’s, developed skills for life’s, strengthened communities and enhanced the economy. #G2G2017
Commissioning and beyond

Commissioning and beyond

Linden Rowley addresses delegates of the CSP National Network Convention 2017 on planning to get the right outcomes The Convention's theme was ‘Creating the Conditions for Success’. (National reach, local impact) #G2G2017
Expertise in the right places

Expertise in the right places

Address by Jennie Price (Sport England CEO) to delegates at the CSP National Network Convention 2017 (National reach, local impact) #G2G2017
Adapting methods for Para Swimming

Adapting methods for Para Swimming

Senior Biomechanist Marc Elipot explains his very personal approach to working with Para Swimmers at the AIS. Australian Paralympian Jesse Aungles discusses the important relationship between Athlete-Coach-Biomechanist and how they all work together towards a single goal. For more information about Biomechnics at the AIS please visit http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/performance_support/movement_science/biomechanics
Why Calorie Counts Are Wrong

Why Calorie Counts Are Wrong

Typical calorie counts ignore how we cook and process food, how gut bacteria interact with food and the overall complexity of human digestion. Scientific American editor Ferris Jabr explains in this Instant Egghead feature #47.
Listen to the Sounds of Knees Cracking

Listen to the Sounds of Knees Cracking

Eavesdropping on the creaks and groans of an athlete’s knee could help doctors track healing after injury or surgery.
Fast Facts about Para Swimming

Fast Facts about Para Swimming

Want to know more about Para-swimming? We caught up with Paralympian, World Champion and all around para-swimming legend Sascha Kindred to find out more about the sport!
British Para-Swimming Kistler Video

British Para-Swimming Kistler Video

Introducing the Kistler system to help make informed decisons on starts and turns with objective data.
The psychology of pressure

The psychology of pressure

Michael Gervais, high performance psychologist working with the Seattle Seahawks, discusses guiding thoughts and alleviating pressure.
The importance of sleep for elite athletes

The importance of sleep for elite athletes

Dr Christopher Winter MD, Martha Jefferson Hospital and NBA sleep doctor, discusses sleep as a science, innovation, data analysis.
The camera technology bringing Synchronised Swimming to another level

The camera technology bringing Synchronised Swimming to another level

Twin Cam - a camera that avoids refraction - allows athletes and coaches to observe movement in and out of the water in one single image. Discover the amazing technology that takes Olympians in a variety of sports even further in the "The Tech Race" https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/the-tech-race/
Expert Water Polo Coaching

Expert Water Polo Coaching

Australian Women's Water Polo head coach Greg McFadden discusses management tactics, his current team and how he has developed into an Olympic silver medal winning coach in this 2014 Water Polo special in the Faster Higher Stronger series.
The Incredible Art Of Synchronised Swimming - A Beginners Guide

The Incredible Art Of Synchronised Swimming - A Beginners Guide

Team GB's Lauren Smith gives the Faster Higher Stronger series a beginner's guide to Synchronised Swimming, discussing the sport's format, training demands and what it takes to be an Olympic Synchronised Swimming champion.
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