Sporting swimmers dating

06-Nov-2015 14:33 by 10 Comments

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Stop by, meet a teammate (or ten) and relish in the non-productivity.We’re dedicated to going back and forth across the pool hundreds of times for hours, days, years all the while staring at the same black line and pondering what our time will be when we touch the wall. Wait, showing up to a meet with five pairs of goggles in a swim bag is weird?

Luckily for you, swimmers are an incredibly appealing breed of athlete.

On Sunday, the International Olympic Committee held a meeting of its executive board to discuss possible blanket ban of Russian athletes at the Rio Olympics.

The IOC executive committee decided not to ban the Russian team.

Here are ten reasons why you should consider making a swimmer your next partner: If you want to pig-out and feel good about it, try eating with a swimmer.

Carbo-loading is the perfect opportunity to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fact that the person you’re sitting across the table from can eat twice as much as you (and probably more if given the chance).

Have a go and see if you can guess whether these photographs of beauty spots were taken overseas in the likes of Hawaii, Italy, New York, Portugal and New Zealand - or at home in the UK.

Individual decisions on Russian athletes have been referred to relevant international federations.

Unfortunately swimming, like so many other sports, forces us to choose between convenient comfortable attire and what’s “in.” We generally prefer the former, but for those special someones who request monkey suits and skimpy dresses; we’re willing to do a temporary costume change. That’s okay, keep enjoying our smooth naked mole rat skin and we’ll fill you in later.

Before practice, after practice, between practices: Swimmers need lounge time.

Nikita Lobintsev took a silver medal in the 4x200 m freestyle relay at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and a bronze medal in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay at the 2012 Olympics in London.

The 17-year-old Daria Ustinova is a bronze medalist in the 4x100-meter medley relay at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona in 2013.

Why not go on a watch-my-partner-dominate-the-pool date?