Swimmers take a shower after swimming because all the chemicals in the pool can damage their hair and skin and the chemicals are very bad for your hair and skin.
Swimmers are the people who are the participants in the sport of swimming. They are the ones that swim the events. Some famous swimmers include: Ryan Lochte, Michael Phelps, and Katie Hoff.
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In all swimming events there are four swimmers in a relay
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Cheetahs are good swimmers but do not voluntarily enter water unless it is an emergency. Jaguars and tigers love swimming and will enter water simply to enjoy swimming.
they usually wear swimming trunks, a swimming cap and a pair of goggles.
The dept of the swimming pool dosnt matter because the swimmers dont touch the bottom at all.
Swimmers are not allowed in swimming pools when there is a storm; thunderstorms because they can be stuck by lightning which can cause to death, injury, etc.
It depends I am a swimmer and I always take a shower after swimming as the chlorine in the water can make your skin dry and smell however some swimmers and diver will take a show to prepare for a dive or race. Really it is a personal preference.
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They do, but it bleeds with the water.
After swimming, there will be chlorine on your skin. Many people prefer to shower right after getting out to get the chlorine off of their skin, so that it doesn't dry out their skin.
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No, The swimmers would get too cold.
yes chlorine can ufcource kill swimmers but only when it's concentrated at its high, such concentrated chlorine would never be added to the swimming pools, but yes concentrarted chlorine when added to the swimming pool can make the swimmers suffer with a vast variety of diseases
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