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Swimming

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  • Simsbury Man Swims To Honor The Memory of His Daughter

    Simsbury Man Swims To Honor The Memory of His Daughter
    SIMSBURY — Seven years ago, Paul Epstein competed in the United States Masters Swimming 10K National Championships, which was held in at Huntington Bay, on the north shore of Long Island. He was swimming in the memory of a friend, Dave Parcells,...
  • McGinley even angled for advantage with fish tank

    GLENEAGLES Scotland (Reuters) - Such was the meticulous attention to every detail during Paul McGinley's victorious campaign as European Ryder Cup captain, the Irishman even made careful plans for the fish tank in the team room. "Everything in the room...
  • Former world record holder Schipper hangs up goggles

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian double Olympic champion Jessica Schipper has decided to quit the pool after taking a break from competition to start a family. The 27-year-old, who held the 200 metres butterfly world record for two years from 2006-08 and...
  • Jay Z and Beyonce on tour of L.A.-area mega-mansions

    Jay Z and Beyonce on tour of L.A.-area mega-mansions
    Jay Z and Beyonce have been making waves — in Los Angeles-area real estate. The rapper/hip-hop magnate and his R&B superstar wife splashed out $200,000 for a month's stay this summer at a fully furnished contemporary in Holmby Hills. The newly...
  • Enjoying the great outdoors with the family - without roughing it -- in Florida

    Enjoying the great outdoors with the family - without roughing it -- in Florida
    For those who love to get away from it all to enjoy the great outdoors – but definitely prefer to do so without roughing it — there is a trend that is growing in popularity: “glamping” or glamorous camping. Here are some...
  • North Broward Prep swimmer makes splash miles from his homeland

    For junior Anton Voronin, transitioning from Ufa, Russia to Coconut Creek was a major cultural change. Voronin traveled over 6,000 miles across the world to join the North Broward Preparatory School swimming team last year and had to deal with new...
  • Condos, villas and suites may be the ticket for reunions

    Condos, villas and suites may be the ticket for reunions
    Family reunions are just around the corner for many. Planning for this type of trip is important, as these reunions that offer opportunities to reconnect, catch up on each other’s lives and have fun together can also be tricky to arrange...
  • Florida and Caribbean resort options for family and friend gatherings

    Florida and Caribbean resort options for family and friend gatherings
    “I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them,” Mark Twain once observed. If “the more, the merrier” is your philosophy for this year’s...
  • Courtyards offer an inviting retreat for apartment dwellers

    Courtyards offer an inviting retreat for apartment dwellers
    One of the key attractions to apartment and condominium living is not having a yard to mow. One of the key drawbacks to apartment and condominium living is not having a yard to play in. Several new communities in the Chicago area are offering...
  • Swimming Pools: Simple Steps Save Lives

    Swimming Pools: Simple Steps Save Lives
    Drowning is the leading cause of death and injury among children under the age of five. In the first four months of 2014, five children under the age of 5 in Broward County died from drowning, and two others remain in critical condition, likely to...
  • Edison students enjoy access to water

    Edison students enjoy access to water
    Each September, students at Thomas Edison Elementary spend the month honing their swimming skills as the only school of Glendale's 20 elementaries with access to a swimming pool. Three years ago, physical education teacher Mark Gang began teaching...