According to a article it says it is July 7 (http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/dining/content/free-slurpees-mrs-butterworth-and-national-swimming-pool-day) (this is the website. you have to look for it cause there are some other things) hope this helps
I'm not exactly sure, but I call it syncro swimming or just syncro. I am a synchronized swimmer but I'm not sure if that's an official term. hope this helps!
A good time depends on a lot of different things. Like how long the event is and how old you are. If you are thinking of only a 50 yard freestyle (down and back in 25 yard pool) a good time for a high school swimmer would be between 23 seconds-25 seconds. A great time is between 20 seconds- 22...
of course silly elf child. Once the potato is in place, the purple jerky fairy will turn it into a dead chair apple. Then it becomes a sticky backpack. That then helps stick the magic paddle to the hobo cat. YAY LOFE JACKETS SO WE ALL CAN BE SAFE STICK CREATURES!!
The swimming strokes are:Frontcrawl,Butterfly ,Backstroke and breastroke
The first olympic games that synchronized swimming appeared in as an official sport was in the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. However only the solo and duet events took place.
it is what cleans the pool IF it is NOT cleaned then the pool will be filled with all sorts of rubbish. who knows maybe even after mealtime stuff!! :(
Swimming pools have chlorine to rid of germs in the water such a ;wee and Bogey...eghhh
that's just a bad question
well u can check the mall, target,sports athourity, or big 5 but first check online so u dont have to go store to store
There are organised competitions such as the Olympics. You use every muscle in your body. It also requires hours of practice each day in order to be able to compete.
Usually pools are 25 metres or 50 metres long (olympic sized). Swimming event distances have to be divisible by 50 metres so that a full lap can be completed. It is very unusual to have a 40 metre race.
That would depend on where you want to go swimming.
The most popular British synchronized swimmers are Jenna Randall and Olivia Federici. They represented Britian in duet at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and at the London 2012 Olympics they swam in both the duet and team events.
freestyle/australian crawl butterfly breaststroke backstroke
As it is a good way to relieve stress and allows the body to move more freely then in most other sports but still gives the body resistance to work against.
An infinity pool is a type of pool where one edge is designed to look like it doesn't exist. This creates the pool to look like it goes on for infinity or into the horizon because you can't see the edge of the pool.
That would depend on how much chemicals you have in your pool.
doggy paddle, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and frontcrawl
About 40 hours of pool time and it depends on how well you take care of it. Wash in cold water after every swim meet and do not use this as a practice suit it will wear out.
a barracuda pike is a submerged pike position at 45 degrees or less. If you don't know synchro terminology it means that your legs are perpendicular to the surface of the water with legs straight and toes just under the surface. Your body should be bent up towards your legs as far as possible with...
i personally don't think it is really a science at all. if it had to be one... physical. It is more just based of your athletic abilities. You have to train and there isn;t much science to it other than working hard and trying to get faster
In India she trained ant the S. P. Mukherjee Aquatics Complex in New Delhi.
i do gymnastics and u MUST use every muscle in ur body. hope this helps! :)
A combo routine is basically a combination of routines all in one routine. Combos are typically 5 or more minutes long, whereas team routines and duet routines are about 4 or less. In a combo, some swimmers sometimes won't swim in the routine, they will egg beater (which is how swimmers keep their...
The difference of games from sports is its purpose, prowess, andskills involved. Games are for recreation while sports, on theother hand, are for competition.
Water sports... okay.. um... There's .
swimming, of course .
sincrenised swimming .
water polo .
volli ball There is probably many more, but that's all I can think of.. I hope you get what your looking for!
Breathing is important because if you don't you well faint and will drowned.
No unfortunatly they do not. Sorry!
If you like to swim, but you like to swim with a group you should probably do synchronized swimming. Also, if you like things to be organized and in order, you should probably participate in synchronized swimming.
a short course pool is 25 metres.... and a olympic sized pool is 50 metres! :)
Synchronized swimming made its Olympic debut at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles.
50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 15000
Australia's duet and team did not qualify for the Olympics. They performed in Sydney by default as the host nation, but could not swim at the Athens or Beijing Olympics because they needed higher scores at international competitions to do that.
Synchronized swimmers never drown. To be one, a girl must already be good at regular swimming and staying afloat. They practice for hours every week to become very good at keeping themselves above, on, and under the water's surface for a certain amount of time and have complete control of their...
Yes, it has been since 1984 but the Olympics never had every event in the sport.
In 2000, the Australian team and duet swam only because the Olympics were in Sydney and the host nation is automatically a participant. They have not gone to the Olympics since then because they did not qualify.
A woman called Annette kellerman
The equipment that the olympic site needs to provide include: -the pool -sound system to play the music -underwater speaker so that the athletes can hear the music when they are underwater The equipment that the athletes need include: -noseplug (optional but highly recommended) -bathing suit
no because judges need to make a on the spot decision. (btw does anyone else record the routine for sexual purposes) is this weird, hope not my whole family does this on Wednesday night while having hungry jacks.
To keep their muscles warm.
their isnt really any age but you do need to know how to swim of course. Most offten people start beetween the ages of 6-10 year old.
MY SCHOOL woott except she does home schooling now, finishing year 10 over 2 years altho were in year 11 now..but yeh yayyy
All sports could be considered games but not all games are sports.Generally, sports have some sort of athletic and physical element.
Well theres Mark Spitz (7 gold) and Michael Phelps (8 gold) The numbers are their records from a single Olympics Natalie Coughlin and Katie hoff are good too
Ã think that 6-7 people can compete in swimming.
they both have the same difficulty.
All three swam across the English Channel.
Yes, in the duet and team events.
6 days a week, 6 hours a day.
Synchronized swimmers from different countries compete against each other. At the Olympics, eight countries swim for the same medals. Some colleges have synchro teams that compete against other college teams. Think of a synchro meet as being like a figure skating competition - everybody wants to be...
Russia (RUS) Natalia Ishchenko Svetlana Romashina
That depends. The fastest people are generally placed in lanes 4 and 5, and as you progress outwards to lanes 1 and 8, the seed times become slower, so you could say that lanes 4 and 5 are the best. The best lane in terms of physics is any lane which is about 7-12 feet deep and not not right next to...
There are quite a few ways to get penalties but the most common are: -touching the bottom or sides of the pool -not completing or incorrectly doing an element -not having the right number of swimmers -bathing suits or makeup that looks too much like a costume -standing on the edge of the pool for...
Synchronized diving began in the 1930's at aquacades and diving shows. In 2000, synchronized diving was adopted as an Olympic sport. Two divers perform identical dives simultaneously.
There will be 8.8 million tickets sold for the 650 sessions of sport. Spread out over 30 plus venues the tickets will range from 20Â£ to 2,012Â£, with the most expensive seats being for the opening ceremony (2,012Â£ / 3,118US$) and closing ceremony (1,500Â£ / 2,325US$). All sports will...
well obviously its because she wanted to. I dont think she would have if she didn't want too..
well obviously its because she wanted to. I dont think she would have if she didn't want too.
beacuase of the influence of his sisters
Doping has become such a big problem worldwide that no Olympic athlete can avoid the urine test, regardless of his or her sport. Only the Olympics requires this; college students can join synchro teams without being tested.
It became an Olympic sport in 1984.
Synchronized swimming is when 2 or more people doing the exact same moves in the water at the exact same time and there is also synchronized diving, which is when 2 people do the same style of dive in synch (at the same time)..
Swimmers are literally dancing in the water and for that reason the...
Michael Phelps began swimming at age 7 at the North Baltimore Swimming Club.
It's in the Olympics, with many countries competing, so I guess that would qualify it as being international :)
Synchronized Swimming originated in Montreal, Canada
It depends on the event and the level of the competitors. Figure competition can take hours to complete due to the rotational nature, though each individual figure, for the average swimmer, takes about a minute to finish. (They do four different figures.) For a novice swimmer in the United...
a combo routine is a where the routine starts with the whole teamin sync, but then, say, two girls will break away from the groupand start a duet, while the rest of the team continues with theirsequence. After a while the duet girls will go back with the teamfor while, before a few more girls will...
the push off and float then u have enough force to just glide in the water
The first collegiate football game in the United States was played in 1869 between Rutgers University and Princeton University. Rutgers won 6-4.
freestyle; breaststroke; butterfly; and backstroke .
Click on the 'Synchronized Swimming Positions' link on this page to see the positions used in synchronized swimming and read a history of the sport..
There are many different terms. Some basic ones are "crane" and...
While looking up at the ceiling and lying on your back, bend your knees as far as you can without lifting your legs above the water's surface. Turn all the way around in that position by moving your arms underwater, hands near your hips. Then extend your legs to return to the back layout position.
coverdale christian school ( primary )
I'm not sure who set it, but in the 2011 Guinness Book of World Records, it said that someone held their breath for about 24 minutes
She started diving at bthe Parramatta Diving Club in Sydney
Holding your breath underwater is when your head/face is underwater and you do not breath.
Well swimming has been around since the prehistoric times! The cavemen drew pics of swimming in the stone ages.
Yes so long as you use a tampon
Well without breathing, we wouldn't be alive. We need oxygen for our cells to carry out cellular respiration, and we need to get rid of the carbon dioxide it produces. Some organisms can get on living without "breathing", but as organism with lungs, breathing is vital.
I dunno most properly Michale Phelps Go find out yourself I'm not your slave gee this isn't 20 question Get some manners
give them courage and say even if we lose today we are still a team that can overcome this
there are 4 main swimming strokes; freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly. in my opinion, butterfly is the hardest.
alison pratt - city of birmingham hannah dudley - rugby
When you are laying on the water with your knees close to your face..
- Signed don't make fun of my sport.
Specifically, lying on your back and looking up with your legs together, toes pointed, and shins on the water's surface while in a tuck position.
2008 Olympics: 1200 swimmers