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Four long distance swimmers from Exmouth Swimming and Life Saving Society travelled to the Lake District to compete in two races organised by the British Long Distance Swimming Association, writes Ian Lang.
6 hrs ago | Cybercast News Service
In this Dec. 6, 2013 file photo, Eastside Catholic quarterback Harley Kirsch, right, winces moments before being hit by Bellevue's Ryan Bowman, left, in the second half of the Class 3A high school football championship in Tacoma, Wash.
When Cape Cod Swim Club director Marc Solomon talks about Jarrett Jones of Falmouth, the first thing he mentions is Jones' physical ability.
The 2012 London Games champion in the women's 200- and 400-meter medleys registered this week at Beijing's prestigious Tsinghua University under a government program waiving the grueling entrance exam for outstanding athletes.
One of the great ironies of recreational sockeye fishing in the Fraser River is that in a season of large returns such as this year's, many "real" anglers stay away.
SYCAMORE – A Sycamore High School teacher who also coached boys' and girls' swim teams for DeKalb and Sycamore high schools has been placed on leave after her arrest on sexual assault charges, officials said.
Two people in Florida were bitten by a crocodile in an attack that may have been the first of its kind.
Scottish Commonwealth swimming champion Ross Murdoch has appealed for help in finding a boy who wrote to him after his triumph at the 2014 Glasgow Games.
A medal might have eluded Whitgift School pupil Henry Choong at the Youth Olympic Games, but the modern pentathlon starlet insists he will be better for his Nanjing adventure.
USC investigating Josh Shaw's claim about saving nephew Coach Steve Sarkisian says he has no reason to believe that Shaw's story is untrue.
Jack Bartosz was a competitor--fighting cancer for seven long years before he passed away from neuroblastoma in 2012.
Fire crews have rescued three swimmers near Lynn Canyon suspension bridge, after they jumped from rocks under the bridge, plunging six metres.
Rip currents lead to swimming ban It's beautiful again today and the ocean is once again a risky place for swimming.
A SWIMMING coach took to the waves battling against rough seas and jellyfish to cross the channel and raise cash for charity.
Heidi Szczupakiewicz always knew she would return to coaching, but she probably did not expect such a golden opportunity to come her way.
Shaw was named a team captain on Saturday and later that night was attending a family function at a cousin's apartment in his hometown of Palmdale when he saw his nephew, who can't swim, struggling in the pool.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 06:07 am
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