aquatic sports

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  • Because of its location on the water, it is very suitable for aquatic sports.
  • The lake is used by Ohio University for aquatic sports such as crew.
  • It was one of two aquatic sports at the Games, along with swimming.
  • At the same time, a swimming pool was finally constructed for aquatic sports.
  • From this time on there would probably be scant time for aquatic sports. Cited from The Outdoor Chums After Big Game, by Captain Quincy Allen
  • Do you intend to have any other besides aquatic sports? Cited from The Hilltop Boys on the River, by Cyril Burleigh
  • This long beach of fine, packed sand and calm waters is popular for aquatic sports.
  • The vessel's fold-out marina will provide water sports facilities for passengers to practice several different aquatic sports.
  • The point and its adjoining waters are used extensively for aquatic sports.
  • Each year, students compete in houses in athletics and aquatic sports carnivals, as well as cross-country running events.
  • Aquatic sports are also popular, thanks to numerous lakes.
  • Almost invariably, at national level, diving shares a governing body with the other aquatic sports.
  • He was an exceptional athlete especially in aquatic sports - his favorite being canoeing.
  • The name "boardshorts" is based on their use in aquatic sports that use a board, such as surfing.
  • Thus equipped, he descends far below your high water mark and engages in aquatic sports and pastimes for a considerable period of time. Cited from Cobb's Anatomy, by Irvin S. Cobb
  • It offers aquatic sports such as swimming and fishing, and other activities including hiking and Nordic walking.
  • Aquatic sports may be arranged so that active interest will be taken by all the boys, or they may be simply an exhibition of the swimming abilities of several boys. Cited from Camping For Boys, by H.W. Gibson
  • These shorts were originally developed for aquatic sports, specifically for surfing.
  • Many are now stocked with fish and popular with anglers; others are used for aquatic sports such as windsurfing.
  • These rules are guided by the interNational governing body for aquatic sports (FINA).
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