Past the time-honored bell tower of Old Main, beyond the cool marbled hall of academia, and outside the venerated field of Beaver Stadium, the legends of blue and white are gathered to tell their stories. At the Penn State All-Sports Museum, visitors encounter, firsthand, the athletic history and heritage of one of the greatest universities in the nation.
The mission of the Penn State All-Sports Museum is to honor the achievements of the men and women who have built the proud…Continue
Added by Shaun Anderson on February 29, 2012 at 6:30am — No Comments
As a lifelong swimmer, when I get a whiff of chlorine, I get excited. But when I saw hundreds of kids swimming in every lane at D.C.'s Takoma Aquatic Center on President's Day weekend, I was thrilled.
The joint was jumping. Lane after lane was full of swimmers racing and practicing; kids'…Continue
Added by DAP News on February 25, 2012 at 9:02am — No Comments
Anthony Ervin, US Olympic Swimming Gold Medalist, former World Record Holder & World Champion has become an official spokesperson for International Water Safety Day (IWSD).
After winning the Olympic Gold, 2 World Championships, and 7 NCAA titles, Ervin retired at the young age of 22. A true humanitarian, Anthony auctioned off his Olympic Gold Medal on E-Bay donating the proceeds to tsunami…Continue
Added by Shaun Anderson on February 22, 2012 at 3:25pm — No Comments
From The Inertia:
The Inertia, in partnership with Nike Surfing, is proud to present the online premiere of 12 Miles North: The Nick Gabaldon story. You can also visit…Continue
Big thanks to meet director, Rob Green, for sending the final results for the 26th Annual Black History Swim Meet and DC Parks and Rec for putting on a great meet.Continue
Added by DAP News on February 20, 2012 at 2:10pm — No Comments
|(Pictured from left to right: Asst. Coach Adrian Haywood, Erek Cox, Shayla King, Head Coach Tommy Jackson, Derek Cox and Frederick King)|
The City of Atlanta Dolphins Swim Team…Continue
Added by DAP News on February 16, 2012 at 10:57am — No Comments
I was reminded time and again this week of why I like kids. That is not to say that I would ever return to middle school, even on pain of death. That is not to say that I think kids should rule the world and parents and adults should not be making the tough decisions and sticking with them. It is to say that…Continue
Added by Rebecca Wear Robinson on February 8, 2012 at 10:13am — No Comments
US Olympic Swimming Gold Medalist, and former world record holder Anthony Ervin becomes spokesperson for International Water Safety Day
|Anthony Ervin being announced at the Austin Grand Prix. (Photo Credit: Mike Comer - Pro Swim…|
Added by DAP News on February 7, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Come join us in D.C. for the 26th Annual Black History Invitational Swim Meet! Teams from Michigan, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida will descend upon the nations capital for this historic swimming competition. This…Continue
Moved to Cairo. Bigger job. Enormous Swim America program at Wadi Degla Sporting Club. From 750 kids in the Bahamas, in a program nixed by the powers-that-be, I've stepped up to 4000 young Cairenes.
Facilities are out of this world. 2 50m pools, 2x25m specially designed shallow learn-to-swim pools. Major obstacles: the Arabic language, the video-game Cairo traffic, and the appalling violence centred upon Tahrir Square.
Loving the job and the chaos so far. More…Continue
Water heals. Every major religion uses the healing and cleansing power of water in some form. Specific waters in many regions of the world are known to have healing powers. ‘To take the waters....’ has been a common cure for centuries, if not across the millennium. Bath. The Dead Sea. The Ganges. Lourdes. …Continue
Added by Rebecca Wear Robinson on February 1, 2012 at 11:26am — No Comments