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Covering a time of great social and technological change, this history traces the development of the four classic aquatic disciplines of competitive swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and water polo, with its main focus on racing. Working from the beginnings of municipal recreational swimming, the book fully explores the links between swimming and other aspects of English life society including class, education, gender, municipal governance, sexuality and the Victorian invention of the sports amateur-professional divide.
Uniquely focused on swimming -often neglected in analytic sports histories- this is the first study of its kind and will be an important landmark in the establishment of swimming history as a topic of scholarly investigation.
This book was previously published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.
Using mindfulness techniques and coloring therapy, this adult coloring book gives you the space to be creative by coloring simple line drawings of beautiful animals and critters of every kind.
Inspired by the great abundance of life in all its glory, the drawings in this book will make you want to get outside and commune with the animals all around you.
With over 30 glorious line drawings of animals big, small, decorative and simple, this adult coloring book will bring you some much needed down time to inspire your dreams, soothe your mind and engage your creativity.
Flying, Leaping, Swimming, Creeping: A Coloring Book of Animals is part of a new seven-part series of adult coloring books from Emily M Morgan and Stories Publishers. The other coloring books in the series include Artful Architecture, Intriguing Intricacies, Checks and Balances, Ripples and Reflections, Scatterings and Speckles and Floral Festivities.
More details on the other books in the series and information on other available journals and adult coloring journals can be found at http: //emilymmorgan.com and http: //stories.net.au.
More prose and poems from the author of "When You Can't See The Trees For The Wood" continues to explore themes familiar to those who lived through the cold war years, the wall of sound, and America's involvement in Vietnam.
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