To get the chlorine out of their hair. When you get out and dry off your skin becomes itchy Swimming Pools contain many bacterias and are unhealthy for the body.
also as the swimmer i am i take showers because it gets the chlorine out of my hair and off my body. But also because it cools you off and also relaxes u after a hard swim or hard practice. answer: most of the time they do it to get the clorine off them and some just take showers after to make them feel cleaner and good.
Manly swimmers and divers will take showers afterward meets, practices, etc. because to get the chlorine out of hair.
To wash off the chemicals of the pool water, especially the chlorine which is very drying
It is so they can get rid of all thechlorine from their body. Also after a tuff session they can relax.
After swimming, there will be chlorine on your skin. Many people prefer to shower right after getting out to get the chlorine off of their skin, so that it doesn't dry out their skin.
i dont know im not a scientist
Normally divers are either in salt water or fresh water systems; the shower is to wash off the salts or any contaminated water from their bodies and equipment.
To wash the salt off their bodies.
There is no real answer for this... it's a 'man thing'.
to col off
Pool water is treated with chemicals to make it safe to swim in (young children frequently relieve themselves in the pool). The chemical are not good for the skin and therfore pool users should shower BEFORE (to go in clean) and AFTER (to wash of the chemicals) they use the pool.
the suits have to be stream line to move faster in the water
because the water should not open our mouth
This habit doesn't exist strictly among olympic swimmers; many competitive swimmers splash or feel the water before a race. Some may use the water to adjust goggles or caps, others prefer to wet themselves in order to prepare for the temperature difference (competition pools must be between 25-28 °C (77-82 °F)).
It is a visual reference as to where the clear water is. Otherwise it is difficult to know how close to the surface the diver is.
Water was chilly to the swimmers
There were 900 pool swimmers, and 50 open water swimmers.
You usually see them in diving competitions. The water spouting into the pool gives the divers perspective on the distance to the surface of the pool.
They are a special towel that has to be wet to absorb water (when they are completely dry they feel like cardboard). basically they just help to get rid of any excess water on your body.
1. Webbed feet 2. Feathers that are water repellent because the duck preens itself and rubs oil from the oil gland onto them...?
dabblers eat stuff at the surface of the water and divers eat stuff under water
Contrary to popular belief, divers do not shower between each dive because of bacteria. Divers shower in warm water (or even soak in a hot tub) to keep their muscles warm and loose. This is also why gymnasts put on warm-ups, or pants and jackets, after each event. Some divers believe that if they go into the water while wet they can enter with a smaller splash, however most dry off with a towel.
To prevent the gag reflex.This is to prevent the gag reflex that can occur from accidentally swallowing water while swimming. By tasting the water in advance, the mouth is made accustomed to the taste and quality of the water and its additives.
Yes, called metering showers
Either a noun (The showers in the gym have little water pressure) or a verb (She showers him with attention).
Swimmers look like people moving around in the water