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International swimmers discuss the International Swimming League

00:41:46 20.01.2019 posted by admin at 00:41:46 20.01.2019
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World Class swimmers have been talking to Bob Ballard about the new concept of the International Swimming League.
Categories: General

Brits discuss the International Swimming League

00:38:58 20.01.2019 posted by admin at 00:38:58 20.01.2019
Tags Competition, Prize Money, Governance
British World Class swimmers Mark Szaranek, Ben Proud and Max Litchfield have been talking to Bob Ballard about the new concept of the International Swimming League. FINA has confirmed swimmers are free to compete at independent events. Mark Szaranek "A Move for a Sport in a Different Direction"  Mark swims for the University of Florida, so for him the team based competit…
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Documentary: The Ponds

12:45:27 12.01.2019 posted by admin at 12:45:27 12.01.2019
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View trailer for a new documentary following the year-round swimmers over 12 months at the unique urban ponds on Hampstead Heath, London. Produced and directed by Patrick and Samuel of Laser Guided Productions, the film is on limited release in early 2019. They aim to show the film in unique aquatic settings in the UK in 2019, as well as in cinemas and at film festivals. …
Categories: Open Water

Swimming World Biweekly - January 7, 2019

10:57:54 10.01.2019 posted by admin at 10:57:54 10.01.2019
Tags FINA, Shoulder
In this issue of SW Biweekly, read how Olivia Smoliga dominated the 2018 FINA World Short Course Championships, capturing more gold than any American woman all-time at a single short-course championship. Find out how Ariarne Titmus is sneaking up on Katie Ledecky, and who took home "Best Team" from the champs. Read about two female NCAA coaches who are trailblazing the deck in a male-dom…
Categories: Coaching

Sports Management 2018 issue 4

12:19:09 03.01.2019 posted by admin at 12:19:09 03.01.2019
Tags Accessibility, Brexit, Concussion
In this issue, find out how operators can support people with disabilities, how you can use sporting principles to improve office productivity and discover how the sports industry will be impacted by Brexit. There is a feature on helping less affluent groups get more active and an interview with Nigel Walker, National Director of the EIS who discusses the Institutes’s success, 
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