As far as the modern Olympics go, swimming events have been a part since the first modern Games in 1896.
If you are from the Us and want to go to the Olympics in swimming, first you have to make a time standard to qualify for Olympic Trials. There are many events, but you can swim a maximum of six at Trials. The top two finishers for each event go to the Olympics. There are 14 individual events, and there are also 4 relays.
You can be at least 14 years of age! However, at that age, you have to be at top class and pass the Youth Academy and go up the world ladder. Normally, you can start swimming in the Olympiics at the age of 16. It depends on how your swimming progresses through the future.
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First you have to find your skill. For example if it was swimming then you sign up for a swimming club and go to competitions and if you win some and move up to the next level then then next and the next then eventually the Olympics starts watching you then as soon as you know it your in the Olympics! This depends on your skills and how good you are in your state/county.
Junior Olympics is a category for swimming. It is the highest category you can get, besides nationals. It is amazing to go there. OR A mini verson of the Olympics for kids who are too young to go. Like for example, they have volleyball junior Olympics. In 2009, they were in Miami, Florida. But this year, 2010, they are in Reno, Nevada.
There are people in Illinois that ski and swim. Many city parks have swimming pools and so do health clubs. Chicago has beaches for swimming.Kevin Cordes, Naomy Grand’Pierre, Ryan Held and Conor Dwyer went to the Olympics in Rio for swimming. There are people from Illinois that have competed in the Olympics and Special Olympics. There are several ski clubs in Illinois.
no you can not go swimming when your period is heavy. When it is at they very end and its not that heavy your period will not stop in the water, but will be held back. Also, if you go swimming and you have your period when you get out of the pool it might start to drip down your leg.
it depends how long you practice
Nina and Lisa Daniels went to the 2008 Olympics which saw this bit of news:Their selection will see the pair follow in the footsteps of sisters Katie and Lynette Sadleir, who represented New Zealand in synchronised swimming at Los Angeles Olympics in 1984.The Sadliers are the first because 1984 was the first year that syncronized swimming was an official Olympic event.
Better late than never. Go for it.
You can go shopping, swimming, walking, cycling, running, bowling, or rock climbing for a start.