Tag: aquapreneur

Jamal Hill Heading To Newport Beach

Jamal Hill Heading To Newport Beach Courtesy of John Duarte, Newport Beach, California. Jamal Hill of Inglewood, California struggles with the degenerative disorder Charcot-Marie-Tooth - but not much else. The personable aquapreneur is a member of the USA Paralympic Swim Team and is looking forward to competing in the 2020 Tokyo and 2024 Paris

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Swimming Up Hill To Go Places

Swimming Up Hill To Go Places Courtesy of John Duarte, California. Jamal Hill of Inglewood, California struggles with the degenerative disorder Charcot-Marie-Tooth - but not much else. Filmmaker John Duarte discussed Hill, "Jamal, a Paralympic swimmer from Inglewood, California has blazed through boundaries. Once fully paralyzed from the neck down, and

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The Roads Crossed By Régent Lacoursière

The Roads Crossed By Régent Lacoursière Photos of Régent Lacoursière with Johnny Weissmuller and Abdul Latif Abou-Heif, Esther Williams, Michael Phelps, Muhammad Ali, and Mark Spitz. Régent "Johnny" Lacoursière is a personable swimmer, passionate coach and creative aquapreneur who was inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 1978 as

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Hair Today Gone Swimming

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Open water swimmers occasionally talk about sharks and jellyfish, cold water and currents. But those with long hair know a more frequent, but understated, problem occurs with swimming long distances: tangled hair that becomes matted under a swim cap and can become damaged by pool chemicals over time. "As

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Foggle Are Now FOGGIES

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Karen Smidt-Allard is one sharp aquapreneur with a clear vision of what products are necessary and desirable by swimmers and triathletes. Her original Foggle product, a popular anti-fog cleaning towelette sold by SBR Sports, is now rebranded as FOGGIES. FOGGLE was nominated for the 2012 World Open Water

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The Tidal Wave Of Open Water Swimming

You and every open water swimmer is part of a global trend, a universal movement, an international craze. Whether you are a pool swimmer looking for something different, a triathlete or a die-hard open water swimmer, you are part of the fastest and most profound change in the history of aquatics. Events are being started faster than any one governing body

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