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The University of Nevada swimming and diving team made history Saturday at the 2016 Mountain West Championships, overcoming a 39.5 point deficit with three events remaining to secure the program’s first MW title in heroic fashion. Head coach Neil Harper and the Wolf Pack stormed past Boise State late Saturday at the Texas A&M Natatorium, topping the field with team 664 points.
Sandpipers of Nevada (http://www.sandpipersofnevada.com) video highlights the team philosophy, culture, and benefits of team swimming. Since 1968, the Clark County Sandpipers of Nevada has established itself as a premier youth sports program in the Las Vegas area and one of the top club swim teams in the United States. The Sandpipers, along with being recognized amongst the few Silver Medal Swim Clubs in the country, offers a comprehensive program that satisfies the needs of novice swimmers to Olympic hopeful athletes. The Sandpiper Swim Team is a member of the Southern California Swimming Association of USA Swimming. The Clark County Sandpipers is a non-profit corporation (ID #88-0151712) and is administered through a board of directors comprised of parent volunteers and coaches. The San...
Mr bheem is trying his genius driving skills
We found one of the best kept SECRETS in Northern California today on the South Yuba River. It's called Mountain Dog Swimming Hole. After about a 1.5 hour drive from our home in Folsom and a hike where we had to turn around a few times because the directions aren't clear... Mountain Dog was ours. It wasn't too busy and it was also a beautiful day :) Comment if you want directions to Mountain Dog, it isn't easy to find and it's definitely not marked. We passed several people on the hiking trail who didn't know where it was but were also trying to find it. Little did they know, they'd already passed Mountain Dog (twice). We used this news story to find it - http://www.kcra.com/news/South-Yuba-River-swimming-hole-named-among-California-s-best/15433946 Except for a couple of photos, t...
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One of the best Hotels just outside Las Vegas! We love to vacation in Las Vegas and stay at The Strip or Downtown. Sometimes though, it just gets to be a bit much. During the busier times, we love to stay outside of Vegas. One of our faves is the J.W. Marriott Resort in upscale Summerlin, about 15 minutes north of the Las Vegas Strip. Beautiful manicured grounds, lagoons, waterfalls, majestic palm trees. Best of all....an AWESOME swimming pool! ~Kenneth King Bear
I originally set out on this road trip looking for Lemkes Lagoon but didn't find it and realized later after looking at google maps it was only a short hike from where we stopped. We started our journey at the Old Route 49 Bridge Crossing. There's a swimming hole right beneath the bridge but it was packed so we decided to go up stream in search for Lemkes Lagoon. We took the difficult way and climbed over the huge boulders which was not a good idea as they were really slippery. We didn't realize there was a hiking trail across the bridge from the parking lot but we didn't see this till we were 10 minutes into the hike and struggling over the boulders. So we waded through the water, with our gear, to get to the hiking trail which wasn't bad due to the 90 degree weather. A friend of mine...
The Aggies return home after a pair of dual meet wins and welcome the Nevada Wolf Pack. However, Nevada ended UC Davis' winning streak with 171.5 to 126.5 as the final score. UC Davis moves on to go up against Brigham Young. For more information: http://http://www.ucdavisaggies.com/sports/c-swim/recaps/110814aaa.html Reported by: Jeffrey Nam Filmed & Edited by: Genie Obina and Jason Zhen Music: "Progressive-House" by Unclebass