• Mobile Madness

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

  • Dream Teams

    Sometimes it takes awhile for things to sink in

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    Water Gate

    During a warm, sunny winter day, I heard a radio call from my guard at the top of the slide to the guard at the run-out.

  • 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.

  • Study Shows Swimming Popularity Growing

    Interest in aquatics appears to be on the rise, according to an annual survey from the National Sporting Goods Association.

  • Alleged Racism Incident Evokes Strong Response

    A lawsuit has been filed and an investigation is in response to a July incident alleging racism at The Valley Swim Club in Huntingdon Valley, Penn., and industry leaders have spoken out strongly on the matter

  • Schlitterbahn Celebrates Grand Opening of Kansas City Waterpark

    They’re still adding the finishing touches, but operators opened the gates for a sneak peak at Schlitterbahn Vacation Village Waterpark in Kansas City, Kan., last week.

  • 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.

  • Killer Cutbacks?

    The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation; Brevard County, Fla.; the city of Great Falls, Mont.; City of San Diego Lifeguard Services: across the nation, recreation agencies like these have lost significant funding due to…

  • Gold in the Water

    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.