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  1. Clothing   Page 1
  2. There is much more to swimwear and watersports clothes than bikinis, shorts and heavy oilskins
    1. Bags   Page 2
    2. Sealed backpacks keep your kit dry
      1. Make Your Own Bag   Page 3
      2. Backpacks made out of waterproof fabric are fairly useless
      3. Rain Cover with Hood   Page 4
      4. When it is too warm for a raincoat, this backpack cover comes in handy

    3. Fabrics   Page 5
    4. Every year waterproof clothing gets better
      1. Cotton   Page 6
      2. A lightweight poly-cotton garment feels soft on the skin
      3. Dry Fit   Page 7
      4. Dry-Fit shirts use synthetic fibers that wick away sweat
      5. Fleece   Page 8
      6. This is nice for swimming and other immersion sports
      7. Goretex   Page 9
      8. Save your money for simpler and lighter fabrics
      9. Helanca   Page 10
      10. Helanca is a pique fabric with a four way stretch
      11. Hydrotex   Page 11
      12. Perfect as on shore garment or in the water
      13. Lycra   Page 12
      14. A touch of Spandex adds comfort and freedom of movement
      15. Nylon   Page 13
      16. Nylon is a fine choice for a wide variety of swimwear
      17. Polyester   Page 14
      18. Polyester fabrics provide provide specific advantages
      19. Ventile   Page 15
      20. A technical Ventile anorak is a seriously good piece of kit

    5. Sportswear   Page 16
    6. Sportswear and casual clothes can work well for watersports
      1. Hoodies   Page 17
      2. A cotton hoodie is comfortable when swimming in hot weather
        1. Anime   Page 18
        2. Hoodies as swimwear became more popular after several Anime films featured the style
        3. Freedom   Page 19
        4. Swimming in hoodies and jeans is an act of youthful rebellion
        5. High School   Page 20
        6. After school we often went swimming
        7. Onesie   Page 21
        8. The adult onesie has evolved
        9. Pool   Page 22
        10. Hoodies provide a lot of drag resistance in the water
        11. Test Review   Page 23
        12. In the water the hoodie was just as comfortable as on land

      3. Jeans   Page 24
      4. Express your individuality with classic denim swimwear for sun safety or modesty
        1. History   Page 25
        2. Jeans first became popular for swimming in the 1960's
        3. Adverts   Page 26
        4. Levi's jeans have been advertised in a variety of underwater commercials
        5. Bibs   Page 27
        6. Probably one of the most practical adventure outfits
        7. Diveskin   Page 28
        8. Some divers believe that jeans make excellent diving suits
        9. Fashion   Page 29
        10. Marketers might deserve a special place in hell
        11. Shrink to Fit   Page 30
        12. These are the jeans that made Levi-Strauss famous

      5. Kilts   Page 31
      6. Kilts are the new Shorts
        1. Rain Kilts   Page 32
        2. Both men and women can wear a kilt when enjoying the outdoors
        3. Sarong   Page 33
        4. Sarongs are ankle long garments from south-east Asia
        5. Test   Page 34
        6. The lads were buzzing with anticipation
        7. Your Comments   Page 35
        8. The great thing is that it is a multi-function piece of kit

      7. Saunasuits   Page 36
      8. Swimming in your saunasuit burns more calories
        1. Boxraw   Page 37
        2. Hotsuit   Page 38
        3. Mytra   Page 39
        4. Realsauna   Page 40

      9. Shirts   Page 41
      10. T-shirts make great swimwear when you want to jump in on the spur of the moment
        1. History   Page 42
        2. The T-shirt has always been a staple of the fashion industry
        3. Fashion   Page 43
        4. Cool kids wear a shirt when they go into the pool
        5. Necklines   Page 44
        6. Here are the most popular necklines that have given the T-shirt a modern twist
        7. Sleeves   Page 45
        8. The cut and fit of T-shirt sleeves can make the difference
        9. Sweatshirt   Page 46
        10. In warm weather sweatshirts are ideal for adventure swimming
        11. Tall Tees   Page 47
          1. Design   Page 48
          2. The comfy oversize design of tall tees is their main appeal
          3. Fashion   Page 49
          4. Layering   Page 50

      11. Shoes   Page 51
      12. Water shoes provide more protection than sandals
      13. Tracksuits   Page 52
      14. If your sports involve swimming in clothes consider an unlined tracksuit
        1. Jogging Suit   Page 53
        2. Not just for sofa surfers
        3. Test Review   Page 54
        4. We've tried tracksuits from Nike and Umbro

    7. Sun Protection   Page 55
    8. Find out all about being safe in the sun
      1. Frequent Questions   Page 56
      2. Sun safe swimwear is an alternative to sunscreens and other forms of sun protection
      3. Lotions   Page 57
      4. Protect the coral reef and wear clothes instead of sun lotion
      5. Capes   Page 58
      6. For sun protection a new fashion is hitting the beach
      7. Shirts   Page 59
      8. Swim shirts are the lightweight sun protection choice for keen swimmers
      9. Sun Suit   Page 60
      10. Swimsuits   Page 61
      11. Even on overcast days you get up to 80% of UV light

    9. Swimwear   Page 62
    10. There is much more to swimwear than bikinis and shorts
      1. Care   Page 63
      2. Swimwear Care Tips
        1. Chlorine   Page 64
        2. Many people wonder how their swimwear holds up to chlorine
        3. Easy Tips   Page 65
        4. Rinse your swimsuit in lukewarm water after swimming

      3. Modesty   Page 66
      4. Modest swimwear is gaining broader appeal beyond the religious community
        1. Men   Page 67
        2. Modest men often improvise with T-shirts and jeans
        3. Women   Page 68
        4. Three piece Burquinis are the most popular
        5. Youth   Page 69
        6. Most teenagers enjoy swimming in clothes while they get used to the changes of puberty
        7. Pool Tips   Page 70
        8. Some pools have specific rules which you may come up against
        9. Review   Page 71
        10. The nylon fabric felt soft and light in the water

      5. Shirts   Page 72
      6. Smart folks do their watersports in style and wear comfy swim shirts
        1. Compression   Page 73
        2. Compression clothes are a powerful fitness tool
        3. Hoodies   Page 74
        4. For swimmers with sensitive skin, hooded swimwear offers better coverage
        5. Singlets   Page 75
        6. The key difference between tank top and singlet is their fit
        7. Sports Shirts   Page 76
        8. In warm weather sports clothes are ideal
        9. Surf Shirts   Page 77
        10. Surfing shirts avoid the rash a wetsuit or board could cause
        11. Water Shirts   Page 78
        12. Water shirts are similar to swim shirts but loose fitting

      7. Shorts   Page 79
        1. Briefs   Page 80
        2. Swim briefs are made for fast competitive swimming
        3. Jammers   Page 81
        4. Jammers look like compression shorts or bicycle shorts
        5. Kilts and Skirts   Page 82
        6. Some of our interns wear them, comfortable and casual
        7. Tights   Page 83
        8. Swim tights streamline your body and reduce unwanted muscle vibrations

      8. Stingersuits   Page 84
      9. When your choice for sun-safe swimwear calls for total coverage
        1. Hooded Stingersuit   Page 85
        2. Many readers asked us for hooded stingersuits
        3. Sunsuit   Page 86
        4. Give yourself a sporty update
        5. Swimsuit   Page 87
        6. Test Review: Ecostinger Swimsuit (Chlorine Resistant)
        7. Your Comments   Page 88
        8. Feeling a new sense of excitement

      10. Swimsuits   Page 89
      11. A swimsuit gives you a layer of protection against harmful elements
        1. Frequent Questions   Page 90
        2. You can enjoy full body swimsuits in any swimming pool
        3. Shorty   Page 91
        4. A shorty is a lightweight swimsuit
        5. Singlet   Page 92
        6. Kneeskins are worn by both male and female swimmers
        7. Triathlon   Page 93
        8. A trisuit can be worn through the entire race
        9. Zentai   Page 94
        10. These suits are skin tight and cover the entire body

      12. Wetsuits   Page 95
      13. Wetsuits are relatively inexpensive neoprene suits
        1. Care Tips   Page 96
        2. After your swim rinse your clothes and wetsuit well
        3. Styles   Page 97
        4. Wetsuits can be purchased in a variety of qualities and price ranges

    11. Waterwear   Page 98
    12. For most watersports you wear more than just a pair of shorts
      1. Advice   Page 99
      2. There is a fair bit jargon in the fashion industry
        1. Glossary   Page 100
        2. You'll probably get soaking wet and then want to stay warm
        3. Care Tips   Page 101
        4. Smart people rinse their clothes under flowing water
        5. Hoods   Page 102
        6. A hood is an essential part of any proper watersports kit
        7. Layers   Page 103
        8. Dress for immersion
        9. Rain   Page 104
        10. Forget all your fancy expensive gear
        11. Shower   Page 105
        12. Find out if your poncho or rainwear is waterproof
        13. Tests   Page 106
        14. It is important you test your adventure kit
        15. Wet Out   Page 107
        16. A wet out occurs when your rain gear stops venting perspiration

      3. Anoraks   Page 108
        1. History   Page 109
        2. The word 'Anorak' comes from the Kalaallisut Eskimos
        3. Sports   Page 110
        4. Anoraks and pants make comfy swimsuits that are quick drying and breathable
        5. Shorty   Page 111
        6. Fashionable and lightweight for fun in and around water
        7. Sun Suit   Page 112
        8. This swimsuit doesn't wash off like sun lotion
        9. Swim Test   Page 113
        10. This is a really comfy swimsuit for modesty and sun protection

      4. Cagoules   Page 114
      5. Cagoules are lightweight (usually without lining) and often come in knee-length form
        1. Adventure   Page 115
        2. Long adventure cagoules are close to the ultimate rain protection
        3. Canoeing   Page 116
        4. Canoeing cags are specially cut and shaped for freedom of movement
        5. Play Cags   Page 117
        6. Recreational cags are designed for many water sports and wet activities
        7. Smock   Page 118
        8. Smocks are similar to canoeing cags or anoraks but of a simpler design
        9. Tuilik   Page 119
          1. Design   Page 120
          2. A Tuilik is like having a paddle jacket, spray skirt and hood all rolled into one
          3. Chillcheater   Page 121
          4. The smooth polyurethane outer surface easily sheds water
          5. Kokatat   Page 122
          6. This one-piece combination jacket and spray skirt cover is designed to be worn over existing clothing
          7. Your Comments   Page 123
          8. It was great fun to try the new Tuiliks when paddling in the swimming pool

      6. Overalls   Page 124
      7. These one-piece suits cover your whole body
        1. History   Page 125
        2. The Tuta is the Italian coverall version by designer Thayaht
        3. Dinghy Suits   Page 126
        4. Spray suit are ideal for dinghy sailors
        5. Fleece   Page 127
        6. A one-piece fleece suit under your overall keeps you warm even when wet
        7. Jumpsuits   Page 128
        8. Jumpsuits are one-piece overalls designed for comfort
        9. Swim Test   Page 129
        10. This is important for your enjoyment when you go out on adventures

      8. Pants   Page 130
        1. Beach   Page 131
        2. Canoeing pants offer a classic fit and durability
        3. Cargo   Page 132
        4. The thin fabric gets wet fast but dries quickly
        5. Jogging   Page 133
        6. This is a comparative review of tracksuit bottoms and jogging pants
        7. Salopettes   Page 134
        8. Salopettes is the French word for very comfy bib-and-brace overalls
        9. Thai Pants   Page 135
        10. A thin shirt with these pants is the typical Thai swimming outfit
        11. Windpants   Page 136

      9. Ponchos   Page 137
      10. There is often some confusion of what is a cape, poncho, or pelerine
        1. Army   Page 138
        2. Army ponchos open many possibilities for wet fun adventures
          1. Design   Page 139
          2. Ponchos by their very design are breathable
          3. Shelter   Page 140
          4. Get your poncho as big as you can, if you want to use it as a shelter
          5. Swimming   Page 141
          6. Army ponchos come in really useful on an amphibian wilderness treks

        3. Bivvy   Page 142
        4. The bivvy bag poncho is unique with its ingenious design and flexible functions
          1. Shelter   Page 143
          2. They create a surprisingly warm and sheltered environment for one or two people
          3. Tropical Test   Page 144
          4. The hot and humid rain forests of Thailand are a good place to test the bivvy bag poncho

        5. Cycling   Page 145
        6. A cycling rain cape is excellent for touring or commuting
          1. Design   Page 146
          2. A cycling rain cape with sleeves keeps you warmer
          3. Hock Capes   Page 147
          4. Hock rain capes are easy to wear and offer good protection

        7. Fashion   Page 148
        8. Men's capes seem to be having a moment now
        9. Hiking   Page 149
        10. Hiking in the rain or through water can be great fun
          1. Design   Page 150
          2. Hiking capes are longer in the back to cover a rucksack
          3. Pelerinen   Page 151
          4. Pelerinen are very popular all year round for great experiences in the wild
          5. Vaude   Page 152
          6. VAUDE stands for mountain sports expertise and innovation
          7. Wafo   Page 153
          8. Wäfo is a German manufacturer of products for outdoor sports
          9. Wildcraft   Page 154
          10. Enjoy fun-filled bike rides with friends

        11. Plash   Page 155
        12. Sun   Page 156
        13. For sun protection a new fashion is hitting the beach
        14. Towels   Page 157
        15. Great for getting changed on the beach

      11. Windshirts   Page 158
      12. Windshirts (aka Golf Tops) can reduce wind chill
        1. Features   Page 159
        2. A windshirt forms part of the good old fashioned layering system
        3. Swim Test   Page 160
        4. Swimming in a windshirt was easy due to the slim fit
        5. Working on Boats   Page 161
        6. The next morning I wore my new swimsuit to work

    13. Beach   Page 162
    14. The beach is the goto place for lots of wet fun
      1. Safety   Page 163
      2. We've compiled the best water safety tips we could find
        1. Jellyfish   Page 164
        2. 75% of potentially fatal stings from jellyfish can be prevented
          1. Box Jellyfish   Page 165
          2. It is considered the most lethal jellyfish in the world
          3. Irukandji   Page 166
          4. Its venom is very powerful
          5. Man of War   Page 167
          6. Stings usually cause severe pain to humans
          7. Sea Lice   Page 168
          8. They are microscopic in size and transparent in water

        3. Hypothermia   Page 169
        4. You can develop hypothermia without immediately recognising it
        5. Open Water   Page 170
        6. Take a look at our water safety tips
        7. Rip Currents   Page 171
        8. Rips are the cause of most rescues performed at beaches
        9. Waves   Page 172
        10. There are three kinds of waves

      3. Fun   Page 173
      4. The beach is the goto place for lots of wet fun
        1. Ball Games   Page 174
        2. Beach ball games are fun with your friends
        3. Bikes   Page 175
        4. Mountain bikers have enormous fun chasing down mudtrails
        5. Rope Swing   Page 176
        6. I got up this morning eager to go on a long hike
        7. Walking on Water   Page 177
        8. Walking on water is a new extreme sport
        9. Workout   Page 178
        10. The beach workout helps develop skills for life

      5. Open Water   Page 179
      6. There is a freedom and challenge to open water swimming
        1. Learn   Page 180
        2. The beach has a few more challenges than the pool
        3. Safety   Page 181
        4. Warm Up   Page 182
        5. A warm-up before open water swimming can help get your muscles working
        6. Canoe   Page 183
        7. One day we decided to go back to the lake we used to swim in before
        8. Lake   Page 184
        9. Lake swimming is an amazing adventure
        10. Surf Swimming   Page 185
        11. Swimming in the surf can be exhiliarating fun

      7. Running   Page 186
      8. "Running is a watersport?" you may ask
        1. Clothing   Page 187
        2. Running can be a great experience if your clothing fits well
        3. Adventure   Page 188
        4. Adventure Racing is a multi-sport team challenge
        5. Mud Run   Page 189
        6. If you're looking for a different thrill, take part in a Mud Run
          1. Preparation   Page 190
          2. Before you lace up your clean and tidy running shoes, read these tips
          3. Race Day   Page 191
          4. Join a team or find a partner to run with
          5. Reader Story   Page 192
          6. Just after my 16th birthday I took part in a mud run for the first time

        7. Obstacle Run   Page 193
        8. Obstacle courses teach you some useful skills as you prepare for a mud run
          1. Cross Country   Page 194
          2. Teams of runners compete on a course over open or rough terrain
          3. Orienteering   Page 195
          4. Orienteering is a running sport involving navigation with a map and compass

        9. Rain   Page 196
        10. A rainy day can be the most comfortable day of all
        11. Sand   Page 197
        12. Running on the beach varies a bit from cross country or mud running
        13. Sprietlopen   Page 198
        14. This water game from the Netherlands is all about balance

      9. Snorkeling   Page 199
      10. Face down in the water and breathing through a short tube
        1. Clothes   Page 200
        2. The most hazardous element to snorkelers is the sun
        3. Mask   Page 201
        4. Full-face snorkel masks have only been around for a few years
        5. Pool Practice   Page 202
        6. Pool training is a fun way to get familiar with your snorkeling kit
        7. Toxic Sunscreen   Page 203
        8. Protect the coral reef and wear clothes instead of sun lotion

      11. Surfing   Page 204
      12. Modern-day surfers mostly ride a wave standing up on a surfboard
        1. SUP   Page 205
        2. Bodyboarding   Page 206
        3. There several different ways to ride a bodyboard
        4. Jet Ski   Page 207
        5. Surfers use jet skis to get to waves
        6. Kitesurfing   Page 208
        7. Kiteboarders harness the power of the wind with a large controllable power kite
        8. Windsurfing   Page 209
        9. At one time referred to as "surfing's ginger haired cousin"

    15. Boats   Page 210
    16. In this section we share with you some useful stuff about boats
      1. Canoeing   Page 211
      2. Paddling your way through the wilderness can be a wonderful opportunity
        1. Basic Training   Page 212
        2. Some paddle schools train you in a swimming pool first
        3. Canoe Camp   Page 213
        4. A canoe trip requires teamwork and a positive attitude
        5. Capsize   Page 214
        6. Look forward to a few capsizes during your canoeing trips
        7. Thailand   Page 215
        8. During the rainy season it is not so hot
        9. Wet Trip   Page 216
        10. One day we decided to go back to the lake we used to swim in before

      3. Kayaking   Page 217
      4. You will get somewhat wet from the water that drops off the paddle
        1. Basic Training   Page 218
        2. Come prepared for getting soaked and have a lot of fun
        3. Eskimo Roll   Page 219
        4. To roll your boat up again is an essential skill to save time or even your life
        5. Hand Roll   Page 220
        6. Hand rolling is a method of righting a capsized kayak without using a paddle
        7. Rescues   Page 221
        8. Rescue trainings can be great fun when you practice them with your friends
        9. Wet Entry   Page 222
        10. There are two ways to get into your boat when you're in open water
        11. Wet Exit   Page 223
        12. It is natural for you to feel some apprehension and excitement before to your first wet exit

      5. Sailing   Page 224
      6. Being close to the water, and often in it, is a refreshing experience
        1. Dinghy   Page 225
        2. This is the real sailing watersport, full of wet action and excitement
        3. Bareboat   Page 226
        4. You rent a boat and skipper it yourself
        5. Flotilla   Page 227
        6. The Ionian Islands of Greece remain the top spot for flotilla sailing
        7. Sailboat Hire   Page 228
        8. Sailing boats take visitors to different beaches or nearby islands
        9. Watersports Centre   Page 229
        10. While out on the water our dry clothes soon got a bit too hot

    17. Jobs   Page 230
    18. Working in an adventure centre is exciting and varied
      1. Beach   Page 231
      2. Jobs on the beach are fun but can be demanding
        1. Floats   Page 232
        2. My friends and I rent out truck tire floats
        3. Resort   Page 233

      3. Pool   Page 234
      4. Pool attendants provide a safe, clean, and fun swimming environment
        1. Lifeguard   Page 235
        2. The local pool was looking for part-time lifeguards
        3. Pool Boy   Page 236
        4. My business takes me to many swimming pools nearby
        5. Resort   Page 237
        6. I worked as a pool attendant at a wellness resort hotel
        7. Spa   Page 238
        8. Survival Coach   Page 239
        9. Teaching survival skills is important, but often neglected by leisure centres or swimming clubs
        10. Swim Teacher   Page 240
        11. Swimming teachers help people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills and techniques

      5. Summer Camp   Page 241
      6. Adventure Centres are cool
        1. Party   Page 242
        2. They set the buffet up in a way that we had to get across the pool
        3. Survival   Page 243
        4. Swimming in clothes was a fun experience for many students
        5. Beach   Page 244
        6. Joey reminded us to bring a change of clothes (or two) and some windproof tops
        7. Canoe   Page 245
        8. The wet jogging suit weighed a lot as I climbed back into the boat
        9. Climb   Page 246
        10. I was told to put the hood up before I descended into the waterfall
        11. Mud   Page 247
        12. In our soaking wet heavy clothes that was quite a challenge
        13. Rain   Page 248
        14. It was exciting to see so many people jump into the lake
        15. Weekend   Page 249
        16. Nico dived in and swam a few warm-up lengths

      7. Waterpark   Page 250
      8. They were looking for pool staff to assist the lifeguards
        1. First Day   Page 251
        2. The idea of possibly getting my own clothes wet on the first day appealed to me
        3. Park Hike   Page 252
        4. This special class teaches basic adventure trekking and wetland hiking
        5. Slides   Page 253
        6. This water park has three staff members on each slide
        7. Swimming Lessons   Page 254
        8. Each lesson takes about 40 minutes with extra time for questions and answers

      9. Wetlook Models   Page 255
      10. We specialise in male wetlook photography
        1. Application Form   Page 256
        2. We reserve the right to select suitable applicants
        3. First Photo Shoot   Page 257
        4. In a relaxed fun session we take initial photos
        5. Questions   Page 258
        6. Models are hired to appear in catalogues or websites

    19. Pool   Page 259
    20. Ask the pool management what their dress code is
      1. Skills   Page 260
      2. You can swim a lot faster with the same effort
        1. Learn   Page 261
        2. Learn Swimming in Clothes for Watersports
          1. Technique   Page 262
          2. The key factor in swimming is your technique.

        3. Backstroke   Page 263
        4. Survival backstroke can get you out of trouble without using too much energy
        5. Breaststroke   Page 264
        6. Lifeguards use breaststroke when approaching casualties
        7. Front Crawl   Page 265
        8. Front crawl is the fastest swimming style to quickly reach a casualty
        9. Sidestroke   Page 266
        10. Sidestroke is named so because the swimmer lies on one side

      3. Fitness   Page 267
      4. Swimming pools are a safe alternative to repetitive gym training
        1. Warm Up   Page 268
        2. Warm-ups should begin with an in-pool aerobic session
        3. Ai Chi   Page 269
        4. Water Tai Chi (Ai Chi) is a water exercise and relaxation program
        5. Aquarobics   Page 270
        6. Aqua aerobics is the best way to get a fit body
        7. Cycling   Page 271
        8. One of the more interesting aqua sports at the moment
        9. Jogging   Page 272
        10. Aquajogging is a very good form of exercise for beginners who want to get fit
        11. Walking   Page 273
        12. Trekking through pools of water higher than your waist is a rare fitness skill
        13. Workout   Page 274
        14. You should be confident in the water and able to swim fully clothed
        15. Yoga   Page 275
        16. Aqua Yoga is a new way to enjoy a low-impact aquatic exercise

      5. Games   Page 276
      6. Enjoy these games in your swimming group or lifesaving class
        1. Warm Up Fun   Page 277
        2. Here are some exciting fun games
        3. Ball Games   Page 278
        4. Use these wild games towards the end of a training session
        5. Challenges   Page 279
        6. Working together in a group to solve problems is a useful skill
        7. Pool Tag   Page 280
        8. On this page we show you a few variations of the basic pool tag game
        9. Relays   Page 281
        10. Whenever your group needs some motivation or seems to get a bit too cold

      7. Parties   Page 282
      8. The thrill is that you wear comfy casual clothes in the water
        1. Clothes   Page 283
        2. Bring several outfits so you can change into dry clothes a few times during the party
        3. Dress Code   Page 284
        4. A pool party is more fun if you set a simple dress code
        5. Foam Party   Page 285
        6. You step onto the dance floor that is covered with four feet of soap foam

      9. Swim Camp   Page 286
      10. At the end of each academic year my sports university organises Swim Camp
        1. Packing   Page 287
        2. Pack your bag early and refine it as you pick up more ideas
        3. Party   Page 288
        4. My brother Felix had told me about the wild parties
        5. Basics   Page 289
        6. We were meant to get used to swimming in clothes
        7. Lifesaving   Page 290
        8. Lifesaving clearly is a contact sport
        9. Run   Page 291
        10. One by one we ran along the wooden jetty and jumped into the lake
        11. Training   Page 292
        12. Every day before breakfast we enjoyed our social morning swim

      11. Training   Page 293
        1. College   Page 294
        2. Endurance   Page 295
        3. It's not just about swimming laps
        4. Resistance   Page 296
        5. Swimming in clothes is an aquatic form of resistance training
        6. Underwater   Page 297
        7. It becomes more interesting and challenging when you swim in clothes

      12. Your Stories   Page 298
      13. In this section you find some of the best water sport stories from our readers
        1. Boris   Page 299
        2. Boris likes to swim in his clothes whenever a pool is available
        3. Dunk Tank   Page 300
        4. I climbed up on the seat and let my friends dunk me a few times
        5. Jason   Page 301
        6. This story is fiction, just so you know before you read it
        7. Jesse   Page 302
        8. Jesse is one of our more enthusiastic readers and contributors
        9. Justin   Page 303
        10. Justin always wanted to go to pool parties
        11. Ralph   Page 304
        12. The best thing was that he has a pool

    21. Travel   Page 305
      1. Bali   Page 306
        1. Culture   Page 307
        2. Sightseeing   Page 308
        3. Surfing   Page 309
        4. Kuta   Page 310
        5. Nusa Dua   Page 311
        6. Sanur   Page 312

      2. Philippines   Page 313
      3. You'll find some of the best diving and snorkeling reefs
        1. Boracay   Page 314
        2. Boracay's beaches have received awards from numerous travel publications and agencies
        3. Puerto Galera   Page 315
        4. Puerto Galera is only 3 to 4 hours away from Manila by bus and ferry

      4. Thailand   Page 316
        1. Bangkok   Page 317
        2. Chiang Mai   Page 318
        3. Chiang Mai is blessed with stunning natural beauty and unique indigenous cultural identity
          1. Canyon   Page 319
          2. Lake   Page 320
          3. Rice Fields   Page 321
          4. Traditional wet-rice farming requires a great deal of physical labour
          5. Waterfalls   Page 322
          6. Waterfalls are popular with Thais to sit around and have a dip

        4. Beach   Page 323
        5. The Thai custom is to swim in clothes
          1. Koh Samed   Page 324
          2. Pattaya   Page 325
          3. Banana Boats   Page 326
          4. Going on a banana boat is a fantastic experience
          5. Your Comments   Page 327

        6. Clothing   Page 328
        7. The Thai custom is to swim in clothes
        8. Companions   Page 329
        9. A companion helps you find your way around Thailand
        10. Songkran   Page 330
        11. This really is the biggest wet festival worldwide
          1. Clothing Tips   Page 331
          2. The Songkran custom is to get wet in clothes
          3. Romance   Page 332
          4. I went to Chiang Mai with an open mind to see what happens