Blog Posts - Swimming



Alaska Ironkids 2016 in Subic

Alaska IronKids Philippines is an annual sporting event that aims to promote the healthy and active lifestyle among children through the winning combination of proper nutrition and physical activity. The Alaska IronKids Race Serie...
by Powcast.net Sports blog on Mar 16, 2016

A day in the life of a long distance race commentator

A day in the life of Emma Jenkinson - Dynamic presenter, MC & commentatorEmma has welcomed home thousands of athletes in Challenge family and Ironman triathlons and many more iconic events. We know it's a long, long day. We asked her for an insig...
by Pool-Mate Swimming Computer on Mar 14, 2016

This is Work, a life in the day of a SwimQuest Guide

Here's the latest installment in our new feature discovering more about some of the interesting people we like and work with. Here's a behind the scenes look into the world of a swimming holiday.5.45am – Time to get up (groan), check the accuracy o...
by Pool-Mate Swimming Computer on Mar 7, 2016

Oahu: Two great places to swim with the turtles and fishies

Hanauma Bay, not far south of Waikiki is by far the most-visited snorkeling venue in the Islands. But that doesn't mean it's a must-do. It can be crowded and the visiting protocol is a hassle—plus the snorkeling isn't that great close to shore. Two...
by Hawaii Photo Bank on Mar 4, 2016

Comparing Crochet Swimsuits Patterns to Crocheted Store Purchased Swimwear

Sexy Halter Solid Color Crochet Two-Piece Women's SwimsuitOne of my favorite things to do is to find crocheted items for sale on a website and compare them to a pattern to make your own.  The crocheted swimsuit and cover-ups on this page are jus...
by Craft drawer on Mar 1, 2016

A day in the life of Swimovate HQ

A day in the life of Lisa Irlam at Swimovate HQ- Cycling in Melbourne to swimming Lake Ontario.7am- It’s porridge with extras. Porridge is just a base really, topped with raspberries and blueberries today, English breakfast tea, OJ and a quick few...
by Pool-Mate Swimming Computer on Feb 29, 2016

Bonding with Parolas

The most influential colonizers of the Philippines were the Spanish settlers. The country was under them for 377 years. No wonder some of the Filipino words sound like Spanish. This includes the word parola. It’s derived from the Spanish word...
by Stargazer Writes on Feb 28, 2016

The Joy of Camping

    When was the last time you woke up to clean fresh air, surrounded by trees and lived off the grid for a change? A night under the clear skies faintly lit by stars, endless conversations over a crackling fire, silence of the night, wakin...
by thevagabondwayfarer on Feb 26, 2016

Swimming through the night

“I love swimming at night, black water, no noise and just myself”Straight talking Toronto swim coach Kim Lumsdon knows what it’s like to swim long. She’s already swam Lake Ontario twice before, once when she was 19 years old and is plann...
by Pool-Mate Swimming Computer on Feb 26, 2016

Bathing pool at Hotel Alcazar, Florida, 1889

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by Vintage Everyday on Feb 23, 2016

Wordless Wednesday #FindingDory #HaveYouSeenHer

How exciting new movie posters for Finding Dory opening in theaters June 17th. Connect Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram  Let’s Talk: Are you [...]...
by Everyday Life on Feb 17, 2016

Dare to dive in this pool?

Dare to dive in this pool?  Guess I won't be diving then...
by SNAP on Feb 16, 2016

Just Keep Swimming

I am so proud of my latest beaded artwork. Made from 1.8mm beads, strung together by hand. 21,600 beads in total. Related posts: Beaded art I had to laugh… My little brother...
by Mummybrain on Feb 12, 2016

Best Pool Service in Arizona

Having house with a pool is a delightful thing and you should be grateful by giving it good regular service from time to time. When it comes to giving the best service, you can only hire professional on this field. Even though there are several avail...
by Jack Home Improvement on Feb 11, 2016

Overcoming Water Wobbles During Baby Swimming Lessons

It only feels like the other day when we started swimming lessons with Water Babies, but we’re actually approaching the end of our fourth Chapter in the pool. To date, we’ve done Chapters 1 and 2, the underwater photoshoot, and Chapter 3...
by The DADventurer on Feb 2, 2016

Aerobic exercise Build Musle

Aerobic exercise Build Musle, Aerobic exercise is defined as low-to moderate-intensity exercise that works the larger muscle in your body, performed for long durations of time. The aerobic exercise most beneficial to fat-burning hormone stimulation a...
by Perdita Di Peso on Jan 22, 2016

A weekend guide to Le Havre: delicious food and culture in Normandy

Most people in Britain think of Le Havre as a place to get off the ferry and drive straight on to their holiday in France. For the French however, it’s a sailor’s heaven, a seaside resort for families and a gateway to the Alabaster Coa...
by Heather on her travels on Jan 15, 2016

Tiny's Togs

Swimming with a bumble bee MinionAs a youngster I used to a huge fan of swimming, so much so that I swam competitively, training 10 times a week in the pool, so it is only natural that I am keen for M and F to enjoy swimming so as a family we regular...
by Training Mummy on Jan 14, 2016

Wembley Lycee swimming pool planning application turned down again

Brent Planning Committee refused planning permission for a swimming pool at the Wembley French School last night.  It had returned to the agenda with a report from officers that continued to recommend the granting of planning permission but gave...
by wembleymatters on Jan 14, 2016

Project 366 2016 Week 1

I’m welcoming in 2016 with my third year with this project, and my first experiencing a leap year on the blog!  So here is my Project 366 2016 Week 1 with The Boy and Me. Friday 1st January – Day 1 … Continue reading → The p...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on Jan 9, 2016


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