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  • VIDEO: Centenarian Swimmer Makes History

    A Winnipeg, Canada, man celebrated his 105th birthday early with swim meet wins this month that earned him two more world records.

  • 5 Lessons Our Bloggers Taught Us in 2013

    Over the past twelve months Aquatics International Bloggers have commented on everything from in service training to current events. Here are 5 lessons they taught us this year.

  • Can Hot Baths Treat Autism?

    Doctors are testing whether unconventional methods, such as giving individuals with autism hot baths, could reduce some of their symptoms.

  • Aquatics Newsmakers: Striking Headlines of 2013

    Take a look back at who in aquatics captured the world's attention this year.

  • Looking Back: The Year in Pictures

    A slideshow of some of our most memorable photos of 2013.

  • Slide Maker Takes Home Major IAAPA Award

    A Canada-based manufacturer of water rides and waterpark resorts has earned its 15th Best New Water Ride Award.

  • VIDEO: Virginia Swim Coach Arrested on Sex Charges

    Another group of swimmers and parents is reacting after news that their 23-year-old assistant swim coach has been charged with sexual misconduct.

  • Woman Acquitted of Negligence Causing Boy's Death at Pool Party

    In the United Arab Emirates, a woman charged with mistakenly causing the drowning death of a boy has been acquitted. The incident happened during a June 26, 2012 birthday party, and Dubai's Court of Misdemeanours heard the case,

  • Inside the World's Most Dangerous Amusement Park

    Just how did the now defunct Action Park earn the title as the most insane — and possibly the most dangerous — amusement park that ever existed? This two-part series captures the magic and misery of the legendary attraction.

  • Crowdfunded Pool Gains Global Attention

    A floating public pool has made headlines for its ambitious design goals and use of crowdfunding