swimming was first played in 1896 at the first modern Olympic games in Athens.
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In a swimming pool
The first swimming competition was in 1984.
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
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.
swimming is done in pools or any where with water like lakes or the ocean .... it is not played because its not a game
No, swimming was first introduced in 1896 for men in Athens, Greece. Women's swimming was introduced in 1912 at the games in Stockholm, Sweden.
When was swimming first an event? well it was in 1896 there was 100, 500, and 1200meters.
Swimming was first included in the Commonwealth Games program at the first Edition in 1930.
for the 2000 till now we had to do a swimming position in order and the first one to do all of them first won the swimming part of the olympics
Yes. Aquatic sports include: Marathon Swimming, Synchronized Swimming, Diving and Water Polo as well.
swimming started in the first century
No. RMS Adriatic (1907) was the first ship to have a swimming bath.
Stephanie Rice's first swimming club was called St Peters Western Swimming Club and was located in Brisbane.
When the first caveman fell into a river, swimming was born.
Swimming began when the first human fell in water.
AUSTRIA was the first country to win the Olympics in swimming.
Swimming isn't a game, you don't play it, you race. But the way you would win a swimming race would to get the fastest time in a race.
Swimming can't really be played. Swimming is more of a social event. You can swim for sport but its simply a timed race of a set stroke over a certain distance. E.g 50m Butterfly. Swimming is used, however, in sports such as water polo.
Probably running, races, stuff like that,or hunting!It is not exactly known but the first few were gymnastics, swimming, and wrestling.
well to say i am a person who studies these things so i know that the list would go on and on but : SWIMMING RUNNING