Other stories by Rin-rin Yu

  • Legionnaires' Kills One, Sickens Many

    A 90-year-old Indiana woman has died from Legionnaires’ disease after swimming in an Illinois hotel po

  • Universal Commercial Standard in the Works

    Imagine a time when commercial pool codes are consistent across the country.

  • CDC Studying UV Effectiveness

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is conducting the first-ever study of ultraviolet systems’ ability to kill chloramines and improve indoor air quality.

  • Nationally Recognized Swim Instructor Dies

    Honey Lanning, nationally recognized “swim instructor of the stars,” passed away a week after being diagnosed with cancer. She was 64.

  • Anatomy of a Post-Crisis EAP

    A comprehensive post-crisis emergency action plan is crucial.

  • Checks and Balances

    After a long winter, it’s time to wake the hibernating swimming pool and rouse it for the upcoming summer season. And as every operator knows, that requires more than just pulling leaves out with a skimmer and turning everything back on.

  • A River Runs Through It

    Swimming in the Hudson River used to be followed by a trip to the hospital for a tetanus shot

  • Starfish Founder Steps Down for New Post

    In a move marking the evolution of Starfish Aquatics, founder Jill White is stepping down as the organization?s president/CEO and becoming director of Human Kinetics? new Aquatic Division

  • Koala Corp. Recovering After Major Restructuring

    After repeated downsizing, corporate restructuring and selling of product lines that sparked rumors and left questions about the company?'s future, Koala Corp. is taking steps toward recovery.

  • Camp Aims to Address Diversity Issue

    In an effort to develop new minority role models, USA Swimming is choosing teenage athletes from various ethnic groups for its upcoming Diversity Select Camp