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    How aquatics facilities can limit liability

  • Iron Man

    Meet Rudy Garcia-Tolson, four-time Paraolympian and Triathlon finisher

  • USA Swimming Attracts More Controversy

    By hiring a lobbyist to oppose a California bill addressing childhood sexual abuse, swimming's national governing body has garnered unfavorable comments

  • Exploring the Vital Skill of In-water Ventilation

    Rescuers - alone or as a team - should learn how to provide in-water ventilation

  • Preparing Aquatics Facilities for a Busy Season

    Here’s what you need to know to get ready for the busy season

  • Lifeguards Must Act Correctly Under Stress

    Training is vital so that lifeguards can act correctly under high-stress conditions.

  • Keeping Watch

    The past 25 years have seen huge technological advances across most industries and lifeguarding is no exception.

  • Mike Espino

    With 16 years at the American Red Cross and now nearly five years at Chicago-based YMCA of the USA as its aquatic safety and risk specialist, Mike Espino knows large-scale aquatic operations.

  • Leland Yarger

    His title — coordinator of aquatics and instructor of physical science at Ball State University — would barely fit on a business card, but that seems appropriate for Leland Yarger, who oversees the school's aquatics degree program.

  • Farhad Madani

    “Though he retired in 2010 after 27 years with the parks and recreation department of Austin, Texas, Farhad Madani isn’t spending much time lounging by the pool.