the prehistoric times
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It was great. i went swimming and played football.
Women first started swimming in the Olympics in 1912.
Synchronized swimming made its Olympic debut at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles.
In a swimming pool
The games of the I (first) Olympiad held in Athens Greece in the year 1896.
1900 was the first year soccer was played in Olympics.
First off swimming is an amazing sport. It's works everything in your body and is just plain amazing. It's also a year round sport since it can really be done in any sort of pool. In the winter meets are held indoor and pretty much the rest of the year meets are outdoors, (maybe not fall, but you get the point). With that said there's not really a usual season of swimming. But swimming in the Olympics is held in the summer portion, if thts what you were looking for. Besides that swimming can be done whenever.
The first swimming competition was in 1984.
The first world cup was played in Uruguay in the year 1930.
Women were allowed to complete in Olympic swimming starting in 1912. That year, the Australian swimmer Fanny Durack, became the first female to win olympic gold in 100-yard freestyle swimming.
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Swimming isn't played it's a race but you swim in a pool, lake, river or ocean.
Swimming can't not be played foll it a toucher sport as its very hard to breath
1950 this was the year mexicans invented swimming to cross the rio grande
The first rose bowl was played in 1902
The First Game was played in 1891
The first World Series was played in 1903
Yes. But it is very difficult to do.
usually swimming year round or very competitively.
swimming is done in pools or any where with water like lakes or the ocean .... it is not played because its not a game
Many sports were played on Titanic. She had a gymnasium - and her and Olympic had the first heated swimming pool for any sailing vessel and the first squash court for any sailing vessel.
When was swimming first an event? well it was in 1896 there was 100, 500, and 1200meters.
swimming started in the first century