Other stories by Aquatics International Staff

  • Keep ’Em Open

    Several communities facing budget cuts found strategies to maintain aquatic operations last summer.

  • Lifeguard Survey Calls for Participants

    A new survey launched by the Department of Kinesiology at University of North Carolina- Charlotte aims to collect information directly from lifeguards regarding their responses to water-related incidents.

  • Pool Operators plagued by Poor Weather

    With record cool summer temperatures, operators down the East Coast and through the Midwest reported decreased attendance for the usually hot months.

  • Aquatics Study Released

    A recent American Red Cross survey suggests nationwide, roughly half of adults have had near-drowning experiences in their lifetimes

  • TYR Sues Speedo

    The battle over fast-suits now has become a lawsuit

  • On the Offensive

    Communities that have faced serious

  • Mobile Madness

    Have you jumped on the mobile marketing bandwagon? A number of agencies recently have tapped into the trend.

  • Wave Machine Makers Face Off in Patent Dispute

    A local judge has stayed Wave Loch Inc.’s patent infringement campaign against American Wave Machines, ordering that Wave Loch’s contested patents be re-examined.

  • College swimmers to benefit from new partnerships

    The All Swimmers Unite foundation is joining with Colorado Time Systems to raise funds to benefit struggling collegiate swim programs.

  • FINA Rules on Swimsuits

    The International Swimming Federation, aka FINA, has decided which swimsuits are suitable for competition in its World Championship competitions this summer and through the end of 2009.