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  • The Rise of the Fauxsumer

    It’s imperative that facilities and waterparks get more content online

  • Waterpark Resort Spreads Its Wings

    A Wisconsin-based firm continues its expansion with back-to-back bi-coastal celebrations.

  • Sportuality: Finding Joy in the Games

    An estimated 4 billion people worldwide are expected to cheer on athletes competing in the London 2012 Olympic Games.

  • Rip Current Book Deal Inked at Inaugural Symposium

    Experts gathered in Miami recently for the First International Symposium on Rip Currents, the No. 1 cause of beachfront drowning

  • Growing with You

    Waterpark Resorts Today is growing in 2010 with a new look and expanded focus that includes not just indoor waterpark hotels, but also all waterparks big and small.

  • America’s Girl and Young Woman and the Sea

    Gertrude (Trudy) Ederle’s accomplishment of being the first woman to swim the English Channel makes her one of the most important individuals of the 20th Century regarding the advancement women in sport

  • They Called Him Boy: Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton, One of Our Best-Loved Swimming Champions

    The life and story of Andrew Murray ‘Boy’ Charlton is a fascinating look at a true Olympic champion and a most remarkable man.

  • Gold in the Water

    ‘The True Story of Ordinary Men and Their Extraordinary Dream of Olympic Glory,’ is the subtitle of this most interesting modern day tale of the athletes (aqualetes), coaches and the team they swim for over …

  • The Nine Lives of Billy Rose

    AN INTIMATE BIOGRAPHY’ is how the author introduces this story about her brother, Billy Rose

  • The Wave Maker

    George Millay, the creative founder of Sea World (San Diego, Ohio & Florida), Magic Mountain (Valencia, CA) and the first waterpark in the world, Wet ’n Wild in Orlando, was one of the most….