Changing rooms could be off-limits, while kids are likely to only be allowed in for lessons.
Swimming lessons may still be on, but parents are wondering how safe it is for children to swim during coronavirus outbreak.
The high schooler won the 100-meter freestyle only to be immediately disqualified because her swimsuit showed too much of her buttocks.
National swimmer Joseph Schooling has been named ONE Championship’s ambassador, the mixed martial arts promoter announced on Thursday (9 May). The partnership will see Singapore’s first Olympic gold medallist supporting his favourite ONE Championship athletes on social media or in person. Schooling was recently also appointed an ambassador for fashion label Hugo Boss as well as for DBS Bank, as local brands seek to leverage on his celebrity status after his historic Olympic victory.
Anime compilation films offer a chance for creators to refine and retell the original stories that were so popular. In some cases, they even allow for an expanded retelling of the original story or they provide an alternate ending to shake things up a bit.
The Olympics are in full swing, and while we’re enjoying the extraordinary athleticism, we’re also fashion people — you know we’re looking at the uniforms. And depending on the sport, some athletes wear more clothing than others, which makes sense — clothing, or the lack thereof, is all about making athletes more functional and efficient. Above, click through to see how much — or little — clothing female athletes have to wear to perform at their best.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day.
During the preliminaries for the 100m women’s backstroke on Sunday, Kathleen Baker lost one of her earrings. As Baker told NBC, pearl earrings are “kind of her thing” and when she exited the pool the other day she only had one on even though she had both when she went in. Luckily, Baker’s pearl earring was returned to her before the medal race the next day where she took silver.
The BBC's Helen Skelton is the latest woman on television to find herself at the center of a social media outcry, this time over the length of her skirt.