Watch this swimming video. You’ll be glad you did. Little Nug Bin (and Shannon Woods) are inspiring.
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Like pools in the United States, pools in Australia are most frequently sanitized with about 1.5 – 5 parts per million chlorine. Aussie swimmers notice that the chlorine lingers on hair and skin, even after normal showering. No product in the Australian market eliminates this lingering chlorine.
SwimSpray, LLC reports that, earlier this month, Scott Morris joined the company as Vice President of Sales. Mr. Morris will support SwimSpray’s existing sales team by increasing distribution across swimming team dealers and swimming schools.
“SwimSpray’s 200 Freestyle relay (Kevin Gallagher, Tom Krajewski, Brendan Gallagher, Liam Gallagher) finished in 1:24.38 – 2nd in the 25+ age group and 3rd overall.”
Team SwimSpray trains at the Wilson Aquatic Center in Washington, DC. Recently, the city banned water bottles anywhere on the pool deck because the health inspector classified them as “food.”
SwimSpray’s standout performer was Dr. Andrew “Andy” Shyong, of Bergen County, New Jersey, winning three events and contributing to several relays. Dr. Shyong won the 50 fly, 50 back, and 100 IM.
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