Competitive swimming in Britain started around 1830, mostly using breaststroke. Swimming was part of the first modern Olympic games in 1896 in Athens. In 1908, the world swimming association, Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA), was formed. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Captain America Gets His Shield | Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Movie info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0458339/ Buy it on Blu-ray: https://www.amazon.com/Captain-America-First-Avenger-Blu-ray/dp/B00PCK4UD6 Starring: Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Tommy Lee Jones, Hugo Weaving, Sebastian Stan, Dominic Cooper, Stanley Tucci, Toby Jones, Neal McDonough, Derek Luke -------------------------------------------------- ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/filmicbox ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/filmicbox ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/filmicbox ► Google+: https://plus.google.com/109939716731213840534 ► Scopian01: https://goo.gl/j0WzB2 -------------------------------------------------- *** TM & © Marvel / Disney / Paramount (2011) Monetized by owner/s. Their ads Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. *** Steve Rogers Gets His Shield 4K Ultra HD https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuGtSnFs0lbb7Loo0WeKmVQ
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One by one, his rivals formed a handshake line behind the blocks at London Aquatics Centre and paid homage to Michael Phelps, the lord of the Olympic rings. In his racing finale on Saturday night, as a member of the United States men's 4x100-meter medley relay, Phelps collected his 22nd medal, and 18th gold. Before Phelps retired, he had one last trophy to collect: a statuette that recognized his place in Olympic history and resembled a crinkled piece of aluminum foil from a foot-long sandwich. "It's kind of weird looking at this and seeing 'Greatest Olympian of All Time,' " Phelps said, adding: "I finished my career the way I wanted to. I think that's pretty cool." It sounds ludicrous now, but when Phelps, now 27, began his journey toward becoming the Tiger Woods of swimming, he had no clue what Mark Spitz had done. Unlike Woods — who kept a tally, like a to-do list, that included Jack Nicklaus's feats — Phelps was looking to the future when he put together the most ambitious Olympic program in the history of his sport. Before becoming the first swimmer to race in eight Olympic events at the 2004 Games, Phelps was fuzzy on the details of Spitz's career. It was left to his coach, Bob Bowman, to fill him in on Spitz's seven-gold-medal performance at the 1972 Summer Olympics. Similarly, Phelps said that until recently, he did not know about the gymnast Larisa Latynina, who reigned for nearly five decades as the most decorated Olympian, with 18 medals. Some architects of history work from a blueprint, while others, like Phelps, do not want to acknowledge any ceiling. Phelps transformed swimming, inspiring a generation at home and abroad, by building an audacious program out of grit, guts and a burning desire to make swimming cool for children all over the world. "I wanted to change the sport and take it to another level," Phelps said. Mission accomplished. On Saturday, Phelps followed Matt Grevers and Brendan Hansen in the medley relay, and 50.73 seconds later, he gave the anchor, Nathan Adrian, a lead that Adrian turned into a runaway victory over Japan and Australia. The drama was in the details: the two cameras set up on either side of Phelps as he stepped to the blocks for his butterfly leg; the hugs with his teammates after the race; the tear-stained face of his mother, who stood with all the other fans applauding; and this conversation at the warm-up pool before the race, with Bowman, the Sherpa who took him to the sporting summit: "My tears are hidden behind goggles," Phelps told him. "Yours are streaming down your face." Phelps's 22 medals are a mind-boggling total. If he were a country, he would rank in the top 60 in modern Olympic history. His 18 golds would put him No. 36, just ahead of Argentina. The monarchy of Michael has loyal subjects far and wide, from Missy Franklin outside Denver to Chad Le Clos of Durban, South Africa. Franklin, 17, who competed in seven events here, the most ever by a female Olympic swimmer, owes her ambition to Phelps, who made such a workload seem not only feasible but fun. "He has done a world of difference for swimming," Franklin said. "He has really brought swimming onto the scene and gotten so many more people involved. Just what he's done is incredible, and he's kind of made people rethink the impossible — rethink what they can do and how they can push themselves." She added: "I don't think his shoes will ever be filled. I think his footsteps are huge. Hopefully, I can make little paths next to his." Le Clos, 20, said he watched Phelps win six golds and two bronzes at the Athens Olympics and was inspired to become a champion swimmer. It was not a coincidence that Le Clos swam six events in London, including the same four individual ones as Phelps. After watching Phelps win a record eight golds in Beijing, Le Clos added more events to his program to be like Mike. On Tuesday, he pulled off a monumental upset when he handed Phelps his first major international defeat in 10 years in the 200-meter butterfly. "That's why I was so emotional afterwards," Le Clos said. "He was the reason I swam the butterfly. It's not a joke. If you think about it, it's kind of crazy." He added: "That's why I swim the 200 freestyle, both the I.M.'s. I don't swim it for any other reason than just because Michael does."
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Swimming was one of eight sports practiced at the first Paralympic Games in 1960 in Rome, Italy and is now one of the most popular. Both male and female competitors, who are classified on their functional ability to perform each stroke, test their skills in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke and medley events. Athletes can have a physical, visual or intellectual impairment. As a result the rules of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) are modified to include optional starting platforms and in-water starts for some athletes or the use of signals or “tappers” for those with visual impairments. No prostheses or assistive devices are permitted in the pool. Competition description A FINA standard eight-lane 50m pool is required for competition at the Paralympic Games. Events are conducted as heats for eight competitors per class and with the fastest eight swimmers per class competing in the finals. There are various forms for swimmers to start their race; in the water, a dive start sitting on the starting platform or the typical standing start. During a swimming event, swimmers who are blind are required to have an assistant to help him/her as he or she approaches the swimming pool end wall, either to make a turn or for the finish of the race. This process is called tapping and performed by a "tapper". These swimmers are also required to wear blackened goggles in all their events. Sports equipment The clothing for swimmers is a bathing suit. It is forbidden for athletes to use anything that may aid the swimmers speed, buoyancy or endurance. Swimming caps and protective eye-goggles are permitted. The goggles protect the swimmers' eyes as well as improving their vision in the water. History Swimming has been part of the Paralympic programme since the first Games in Rome in 1960 and has seen the number of athletes and countries take part increase every four years since. The USA's Trischa Zorn is the sport's most decorated Paralympian having won 32 gold, 9 silver and 5 bronze medals between 1980 and 2004. At the London 2012 Games 604 swimmers from 74 countries competed in 148 medal events. World Championships are held every two years in addition to regional Championships. In July 2015, the Scottish city of Glasgow staged the IPC Swimming World Championships attracting over 580 athletes from nearly 70 countries who took part in 152 medal events.
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THIAGO CARLETO stole the show during Atletico Paranaense's clash with Cruzeiro after netting a sublime 40-yard free-kick... whilst wearing a SWIMMING CAP. Unfortunately for the 29-year-old, his supreme effort was in vain as his side lost 2-1 in the first leg of the Copa do Brasil Round of 16. The Brazilian left all eyes on him at the Arena da Baixada for his choice of headwear as he recovers from a head injury. But instead of wearing a mask or a protective helmet similar to what Petr Cech uses, the left-back decided to don a swimming cap. And he certainly made a splash on the pitch after wrong-footing Cruzeiro goalkeeper Fabio between the sticks. The 37-year-old was left bamboozled by Carleto's Roberto Carlos-esque free-kick as it flashed past him into the far corner. Carleto has been in fine form already this season for the 2001 Brazilian top-flight champions, netting twice in six games, as well as chalking up two assists. Atletico looked to be heading for their first win when Carleto took the lead in the 41st minute, but were stunned by the visitors in the closing stages of the match. Henrique equalised in the 80th minute, before young forward Raniel netted a dramatic 93rd minute winner for Mano Menezes' men. Cruzeiro are the reigning Copa do Brasil champions, having beat Flamengo last year on penalties after the game finished 0-0.
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USA wins gold in the men's 4x100m medley final and set a new Olympic Record in Michael Phelps' final race. Watch all Swimming Finals from Rio 2016! http://bit.do/Rio2016-4x100men Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Visit the Olympic Channel, where the Games never end: https://www.olympicchannel.com
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Dana Vollmer, four time Olympic gold medalist and world record holder, almost gave up swimming. As a teenager, she was diagnosed with a heart condition. Her condition was treated and she took safety precautions that allowed her to continue. She has teamed up with Speedo and artist, Jessica Hische, to create a limited edition swim cap. Proceeds benefit Simon's Fund.
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Leon with white cap of US flag
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UK tv documentary in which Dr Matthew Sweet explore why the British turned swimming into a leisure activity. Captain Webb, the first man to swim the channel, sparked a Victorian craze for the sport - just when hygeine campaigners were building new 'public baths'. Matthew visits the only grade II listed pool still in public use - as well as the immense, outdoor and unheated Tooting Bec lido. From 2006.
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There is a long known myth in the black community: Black people don’t swim. However, Yolanda Perkins, founder of Swimmie Caps, doesn’t believe that is entirely true. Instead, she thinks it’s a lack of representation among other things. It all started when her daughter, Bella asked for a swim cap. Disappointed by the choices stores and online shops had to offer, she asked for mom for a cap that looked more like the poster in her room. It was a picture of a black woman with dark natural hair. A picture that looked a lot like Bella. The representation of black and brown faces on swimming caps didn't exist. Yolanda decided that she was going to fix that. She self-funded her project with $3500 and settled on a cap made of silicone. “One of the issues…that prevent our community [the black community] from getting in the water is that we don’t want to get our hair wet,” Yolanda said. She designed the caps to feature black and brown faces, catering to both boys and girls. The response in the community has been positive. “I went to Walmart one night and recorded myself on Facebook LIVE placing my Swimmie Cap on the shelf…the video received so many views and I was contacted the next day by a regional Walmart manager to talk about having my swim caps in stores.” Walmart isn’t the only place she’s trying to have her caps. She’s currently in talks of offering her swim caps via several venders in Los Angeles, New York and London. Yolanda hopes her caps will dispel the myth that people in the Black community do not swim, while encouraging higher rates of Hispanic and Black swimmers. She currently sells her caps online at www.swimmiecaps.com and fulfills them here in the SWFL area. She is currently looking to create caps for children with locs, and a cap to represent Albinos.
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Catherine took 1st place and set a new Metrowest Swim League record in the 18 & Under 50 Yard Breaststroke in a time of 32.35! She is in the middle of the pool in a white cap. Boston University March 5, 2016
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Olympic swimming superstar, Missy Franklin, explains how to make a swimmer bun at the 2013 Austin Grand Prix. Video captured by SwimSwam, swimswam.com.
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Paul describes the rules for his swim across the Sea of Cortez. He planning for an unassisted swim. Here are the rules to swim by: The Sea of Cortez solo swim will be one of the longest continuous solo swims is the history of marathon swimming and the first known crossing of this body of water. With no channel association in place for the Sea of Cortez, as a guideline Paul will follow rules and regulations based the gold standard of marathon channel rules and regulations (English Channel). Rules of note are listed below: Paul will wear a basic porous swimsuit (speedo), goggles, and single swim cap. The swim will begin on dry land and end on dry land. The planned swim is from mainland Mexico to Baja Mexico The anticipated duration of the swim is 40 to 60 hours. Paul will not be touched by the crew; nor touch the crew, escort kayak/paddle, or escort boat at anytime. Incidental contact may happen and will be noted on the observer's report. Escort swimmers will be allowed at the request of Paul and at the discretion of any of the 4 independent observers if safety is a concern. Paul will apply Safe Sea Jelly Fish Protectant mixed with a proprietary "swimmer's grease" which includes sunscreen and anti-chafing lubricant. During the swim, Paul will re-apply this "swimmer's grease" to himself. Paul will use an electronic shark deterrent called a Shark Shield, which emit an electrical field to hopefully repel any would be hungry sharks. The four (4) observers will be: Phil Cutti - co-founder Farallon Swimming Federation, Night Train Swimming board of directors Joe Locke - Night Train Swimmer, established marathon swimmer Edna Llorens - established marathon swimmer Jamie Patrick - co-founder Tahoe Swimming Association, established marathon/adventure swimmer Due to the expense of the swim (travel & time), the observers will also perform other roles on the boat. These will include, but are not limited to, communication, kayaking, escort swimming, and/or nutrition prep. The swim will utilize a SPOT tracker or similar device to track Paul's progress real time. Any deviation from the rules will be documented. Rules to Swim By are also listed here: http://www.swimcortez.com/#!rules/c1k9h
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Smart Swim Inventor Is given permission to compete in a US Masters Swim Meet @ Ithaca NY, in the great United States of America, December 9th, 2017. First time in history a swimmer has competed in a swimming event with a Head-Up Display. Allowing the swimmer to see his event time as it is happening. Thank You To: Kevin Markwardt(Head Coach of Ithaca College Swim Team) and his crew for allowing the technology to advance. Sonya Travers for the excellent assistance. All the swimmers of the event for support during this once in a lifetime event. Learn more about this new technology here: https://www.vuzix.com Sign up for Smart Swim Notifications here: https://www.vuzix.com/SmartSwim
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Theresa Finn and David Burns tell the story about "Idea Day and the story behind Hammer Head® Swim Cap. The world's only protective swim cap! Hammer Head® Swim Cap - the world's first - and only - protective swim cap. Designed and manufactured in the USA, Hammer Head® caps protect swimmers from the shock of impact with pool walls and other swimmers. All caps also feature TEKFIT™ - an evolved fit to reduce top of cap wrinkles and reduce drag in the water. Great for all ages of competitive swimmers, triathletes, synchronized swimmers and anyone in the water.
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Find out all you need to know about the Paralympic sport of triathlon, including the history, rules, classification and equipment. For more info go to: http://www.paralympic.org/triathlon Triathlon will make its Paralympic debut at Rio 2016. It is one of the few sports where able-bodied athletes can compete side-by-side with Para athletes at the national and international levels. Athletes must race over three segments (750m swim, 20km bike and 5km run) and the first to cross the finish line wins. At Rio 2016, the start line will begin at Fort Copacabana, located on one end of Copacabana Beach and will finish along the Av. Atlantica-Copacabana road. The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is the global governing body of the sport. Classification There are five sport classes in Para triathlon for men and women (10 total during the regular season). However there will only be six medal events contested at Rio 2016: Men’s PT1, PT2, PT4 Women’s PT2, PT4, PT5 (A dedicated article on Para triathlon classification will be published later in this Sport Week series.) Rules All competitors start together with the swimming portion, which is contested in open water. Athletes with visual impairments compete with a guide throughout the race. Once the athletes complete the swim, they transition into the bike portion. Para athletes must collect their equipment in the pre-transition area, then make their way to the transition area to remove their wet suits, swimming caps and goggles and put on their helmets for the 20km bike ride. Athletes use conventional race bikes with adaptations for PT2-PT4 classes, a tandem for PT5 or handcycle for PT1. The final leg of the race is a 5km run. PT1 athletes race in a wheelchair, PT2-PT4 athletes run with orwithout supportive equipment and PT5 athletes run with a guide.
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Water filled hot tubs are soooo 2016. Go to http://bit.ly/CasperMarkRober and use promo code "MarkRober" for $50 off any mattress. They're super dope. By popular demand I have shirts now! I picked the high quality shirts and make $0 on all items which is why they are priced handsomely. https://teespring.com/stores/markrober Build info: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rrt27f71gqjg41v/LiquidSandBedBOM.pdf?dl=0 MUSIC- 0:17- I've got no info on this song. Sorry. 1:40- Cereal Killa- Blue Wednesday- https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday 2:54- Danijel Zambo- Devil in Disguise 3:25- Keep on Trying- Andrew Applepie- http://andrewapplepie.com/ 4:50- Berlin- Andrew Applepie- http://andrewapplepie.com/ 6:20- Cereal Killa- Blue Wednesday- https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday 7:20- Pata Pata- Matt Cherne- http://chernebeats.com 8:45- Q- Blue Wednesday- https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesdayhttps://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday/ 9:37- Too Happy to be cool by Notebreak- https://soundcloud.com/notebreak/dubstep-too-happy-to-be-cool Summary: Fluidized beds are used in industry for various reasons. They also happen to be really cool to play with and swim in. I made a liquid sand hot tub by adding air in just the right way. PLEASE CONSIDER SUBSCRIBING: http://tinyurl.com/MarkRober-Sub **************************************** I make videos like this once a month all year long while supplies last: CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL: http://tinyurl.com/MarkRober-YouTube INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/markrober/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/#!/MarkRober FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MarkRoberYouTube
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To cap off one of the most decorated four-year careers in Kansas Swimming and Diving history, senior Chelsie Miller was named Big 12 Swimmer of the Year Tuesday as announced by the conference. The honor is the first for a Jayhawk, and any other school not named Texas or Texas A&M, in league history. Kansas head coach Clark Campbell was also tabbed as the Big 12 Coach of the Year.
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Hello Swimming Fans, Young swimmers in Minnesota aspire to reach the pinnacle of their sport, representing the USA at the greatest sporting event of all, the Olympic Games. Without proper training facilities those great dreams have to combat bad air quality, limited training hours, lack of long course (Olympic course - 50 meters) training, and facilities whose first priority is not the development of athletes. Over the course of a swimmers career, waking up hours before others to train and returning after school to push one’s body again, should be aided, not hindered, by the facilities in which they train. We will bring to Minnesota a supreme facility with the best pool water filters to limit chemicals, the best air return systems for fresh air aiding both athletes and spectators. Equipped with comfortable stadium seating to transform the fan experience makes watching a swimming meet enjoyable for all. A deep, fast pool for peak performances, and a dedicated facility to meet the needs of athletes from beginners to the elite. To make the change, help give rise to the ultimate training facility for the youth swimmers of Minnesota by helping us bring the 2016 Olympic Trials pool to Minnesota. The Olympic sized pool we are raising the funds for is the Myrtha pool being built in Omaha, Nebraska for the 2016 Olympic Trials. Myrtha has designed this pool with one thing in mind. SPEED!! The all deep water pool maybe the fastest pool ever built and if we all pull together and pitch in we can bring it to Minnesota. The Minnesota Swim Center would purchase that pool and take delivery at the conclusion of the Trials next July. We will reconstruct the pool in a new building which is being designed specifically to host age-group swimming meets. The Minnesota Swim Center will feature: • a 10-lane, state-of-the-art Olympic-sized (50-meter) competition pool • comfortable stadium seating for 900 spectators • fresh air from new state of the art advanced circulation and filter systems • 25 ft wide deck space • healthy food cafeteria • record boards featuring pool, state & national records for all age groups • large display areas celebrating the rich history of Minnesota Swimming • a 25-yard warm-water training and learn-to-swim pool • a Hydroworx Therapy pool • Elsmore retail swim shop
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My English Channel swim training continued this weekend with swims in Lake Okanagan. This swim was 3km in 12 degree water. Swimming to English Channel rules. Speedo brief swim suit, single swim cap and regular goggles. Thanks go to the team that gave up their Sunday morning lie in to make this swim possible. Angelique who was photographer, timer and #1 fan Randy who joined me on the swim, dressed head to toe in his neoprene and Captain Trevor who provided invaluable boat support. follow the training blogs of two of the OMSC English Channel 2013 team http://www.nothinggreatiseasy.com http://www.leoraenglishchannel.wordpress.com http://www.dsemillwork.com
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/PublicDomainFootage Like: http://Facebook.com/PublicDomainFootage Visit: http://www.PublicDomainFootage.com Follow: http://Twitter.com/PDfootage 1966 Swim Cap fashions in Jamaica newsreel archival footage This is a low-resolution sample. Watermark does not appear on master. To order this material as broadcast-quality full screen/full resolution, send a request (with link) to FootageRequest@PublicDomainFootage.com. All material public domain and royalty-free saving you hundreds and even thousands. Total buyouts. No licensing hassles. Lowest rates on newsreels, archival stock footage and contemporary stock footage packages. Everything from the historical to the hysterical. If we don't have it we'll personally search the National Archives for you. ©Easy Street Productions, LLC 2013
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Tay - lane 5 Black Cap, Time 1:08 Swim Meet in Maine, Casco Bay YMCA
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Mars Hill College 2013 Women's Appalachian Swim Conference Championships
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Cape Gris Nez and Dover. MS. Jose Cortinaz, Cuban swimmer, standing on beach at Cap Gris Nez, surrounded by people, preparing for swim. SCU. and MS. Trainer rubbing grease over him. CU. Cortinaz being rubbed with grease. (2 shots). CU. Head shot of Cortinaz. MS. He wades out with rowing boat and starts the swim. MS. SCU. Cortinaz wearing sweater with the Cuban flag on, arrives on beach. (3 shots). MS. The British, American and Dutch flags flying at Dover, pan down to East Cliff Hotel. CU. Temme, trainer of Philip Mickman and the Dutch girl, pan to American trainer of Shirley May France. SCU. The two trainers handing goggles to Shirley May France, pan to include Mickman and Willi Van Rijsel Croes, who are sitting on seat with her. CU. Shirley May France putting on her bathing cap and having shoulders rubbed with grease. Name - `Black Magic' seen on costume. CU. Trainers hands dipping into vaseline tin pan as he rubs grease on her shoulders. CU. Trainer massaging her legs. MS. CU. Shirley May France swimming. (3 shots). SCU. Shirley May France dipping her goggles in the sea and putting them on. MS. The three swimmers standing in the water, and walking towards. SCU. Shirley May France showing group of small boys on beach how to do `crawl' and dog paddle. CU. Shirley demonstrating `crawl' to small girl watching. MS. CU. Shirley exercising on beach. MS. Mickman standing by rowing boat has helmet adjusted. SCU. Mickman swimming. (3 shots). Doing trudgen stroke. SCU. British, American and Dutch flags flying at Dover. MS. Crowd of people on beach around Mickman. SCU. CU. and FCU. Mickman signing autographs. (3 shots). CU. Pan along the group. SCU. Mickman with huge Egyptian coach. MS. Mickman with group of small girls on beach. LMS. Mickman with children in water. FCU. Mickman pan to Shirley May France pan back to Mickman. MS. Mickman and others with Egyptian coach. MS. Mickman swimming. (2 shots). MS. Temme and the American trainer walk up to the swimmers seated on bench. CU. Head shot of Temme. MS. The three swimmers. SCU. Temme and American trainer. SCU. The three swimmers putting on goggles. MS. The three swimmers and their trainers walked down beach towards sea. MS. Back view walking to the sea. MS. Car parked outside hotel. MS. Mickman, Shirley May France and others with Temme bringing up the rear walking up steps of hotel. MS. Mickman and Shirley and Mayor Dover, grouped on steps of hotel. SCU. The Mayor, Mickman and another man. MS. The Mayor with the two swimmers. CU. The Mayor and Mickman. SCU. Mickman, wearing swimming trunks, walking out of hotel, SCU. He walks onto beach, puts on goggles. SCU. Mickman wading out, adjusting goggles. MS. Mickman swimming. (Mute. Dupe. Neg.) (Cuts. 49/69) FILM ID:2485.2 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Theresa Banks Swim team and Dematha Stag swimmer, shows his early talents!
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This is Noah swimming the 100IM at the winter championships against 9 and 10 year olds. (He is the little guy in the blue cap). For those not familiar with competitive swimming a 100 IM is 4 laps of 25 yards each swimming each of the different strokes. (Butterfly, back, breast and freestyle.) He said he thought his legs were going to explode, but his Piranhas family cheered him on and he completed the race without stopping!
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True Date Created = 17/08/2008 1. Various rushes of athletes and officials, followed by American Michael Phelps (wearing cap backwards), getting onto bus to leave stadium 2. Various of Phelps on bus looking at mobile phone 3. Various of athletes leaving stadium 4. High shot of Phelps getting onto bus ++REPETITION OF PART OF SHOT 1++ 5. Wide of crowd alongside bus 6. Various of Phelps on bus looking at mobile phone ++PARTLY A REPETITION OF SHOT 2++ 7. Bus leaving STORYLINE: Michael Phelps swam into history with a magnificent finish Saturday, tying Mark Spitz with his seventh Olympic gold medal by the narrowest of margins in the 100-metre butterfly. He got his hands on the wall a hundredth of a second ahead of Milorad Cavic of Serbia - a finish so close the Serbs filed a protest and swimming's governing body had to review the tape down to the 10-thousandth of a second. Phelps' time was 50.58 seconds, the only time in these Olympics that he won an event without breaking the world record. AP Television footage showed Phelps and other competitors in the 100-metre butterfly event getting onto a bus to leave the swimming venue. The 23-year-old occasionally flashed a smile at the assembled media and crowd, between checking his mobile phone. Phelps has now pulled even with the greatest of Olympic records, matching Spitz's performance in the 1972 Munich Games. Call this one the Great Haul of China - and it's not done yet. Phelps will return on Sunday to swim in his final event of these games, taking the butterfly leg of the 4x100 medley relay. The Americans will be heavily favoured to give him his eighth gold, leaving Spitz behind. Phelps pounded his fist in the water and let out a scream after the astonishing finish. The crowd at the Water Cube gasped - it looked as though Cavic had won - then roared when the "1" popped up beside the American's name. Cavic's time was 50.59. The Serb delegation filed a protest, but conceded that Phelps won after reviewing the tape provided by FINA, swimming's governing body. A USA Swimming spokeswoman said the tape was slowed to one frame every 10-thousandth of a second to make sure Phelps actually touched first. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/42eece6076c063d8cbbde9290f5626e2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Michaela Phelps and Ryan Lochte will be going head-to-head in the 200m individual medley final on Thursday night. NESN.com's Michaela Vernava explains what went down in the semifinals on Wednesday night. For more: http://nesn.com/2016/08/michael-phelps-swimming-cap-ripped-seconds-before-he-won-olympic-gold/
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Kohei Asano In 2007, he left his home country in order to pursue his goal in becoming a great swimming coach. He has a total of 12 years of coaching experience; 4 years in Japan and 7 years in the US. His passion for swimming and his cultural awareness makes him a unique and creative minded coach. In the few years that he has been here, he has adapted to the diverse coaching and managing styles of the American culture. His willingness to stand by the poolside 365 days shows his love and dedication to help his swimmers improve and overcome their challenges. He has a special working visa that no one normally gets because one needs to get approval from the government. He is the only coach from abroad who is a H1-b visa holder also working at a swim club legally in USA. Kohei did not know any English when he moved to the United States. Now he can talk to everyone fluently. You will be surprised to know how much he was challenged to add English as a second language. He appreciates all of the coaches who trust him by giving him the opportunity to coach the varsity group for the past 5 years. In addition to his responsibilities as the varsity group coach, he will continue to be the assistant to all coaches - Tony, Tisha, Carlene, Janet, Hilary and PASA pro team during the 2016 season. He will also be supporting all of Rinconada‘s programs this season. Kohei is a fun and humorous guy with a lot of passion for swimming. He enjoys socializing with his Japanese and American friends during the weekends. He often attends BBQs and goes to the popular ramen joints in the bay area. He also enjoys watching mixed martial arts and professional wrestling and has an ever-growing collection of sneakers. He is married to his Japanese wife and they had their first baby this year. His son was born here, in the USA and his name is Kento. Kento is an American citizen! Kohei Asano Rinconada site Blog: http://koheijapan.blog71.fc2.com Youtube: KOHEIJAPANREMIX Instagram: SWIMCOACHKOHEI
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Lap Swimming for 45 minutes, my first 50. The best way to start my day! My first video, I apologize for the angle 🙈 I'll try again on Monday...😊 TYR swim cap & goggles, wearing Speedo race suit.
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