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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...
CAR Sierra Nevada (2320m) Consejo Superior de Deportes.Algunas muestras del trabajo realizado con el grupo dirigido por Fred Vergnoux de la RFEN durante su última concentración preparatoria de cara a los Campeonatos del Mundo de Natación Barcelona 2013.
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San Jose, Calif. --- One of five Spartan seniors honored on Senior Day, distance swimmer Riley Spitser remains undefeated in dual meets in the 500-yard freestyle this season as the San Jose State women’s swimming and diving team falls to the Nevada Wolf Pack of Nevada, 173-120. Spitser grabbed her eight win in the 500 freestyle for the Spartans (6-3), beating out Nevada’s Toni Baerens with a time of 24.12. In the 1000-yard freestyle, Spitser trailing Toni Baerens at the midway point before capturing the lead on lap 15 to built a 7.45 second lead in the win with a time of 10:07.64, giving her two victories over the Wolf Pack (4-0).
Just two of the swimming holes we discovered this summer
I had the pleasure of visiting Lake Tahoe for the weekend! I went with one of my university clubs called "LLS" (Latin American Leadership Society) as part of our fall retreat. From our university, Tahoe is about 3 and a half hour drive. I had the most amazing time with my college friends and would definitively recommend other clubs, friends, families to visit. We slept, ate, sang, and celebrated in our cabin in Zephyr Cove. We went hiking and swimming in Incline Village. Enjoy!
Swim Therapy for Nevada the Border Collie for her CCL tear sustained on 8-16-09. This video was taken 3 weeks from injury and 3 days from diagnosis. I started swimming her right away which we did in small shifts. 3 minutes in the pool treading water then a swim out of the pool, rest a few minutes then back in for another tread and swim out then dried her off, gave her a little massage and back to rest. I did this 3 times throughout the day several times a week. I taught Nevada the command no running and walk. She even now just walks around the pool as she is exiting with no more that a slow trot. Please join www.conservativemanagement.com to learn more about healing a CCL injury without surgery.
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