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West Texas: World's Largest Spring-Fed Swimming Pool At Balmorhea State Park Reopens After Partial CollapseAn iconic spring-fed swimming pool in West Texas that closed last year for repairs has reopened following $2 million in upgrades.
Naked Man Swims Among Sharks At Toronto AquariumOne man's refreshing dip in a shark-infested Toronto aquarium while naked could land him in hot water.
DNA Confirms Shark That Bit California Boy Was Great WhiteDNA testing reveals the shark that attacked a 13-year-old boy last month off Southern California was a great white.
Lochte Not Sure About Future After USADA SuspensionRyan Lochte doesn't know when he'll be in another swimming race. And that worries him. The USADA suspended the Olympian for getting an IV infusion of vitamins.
Crews Recover Teen's Body From Private Quarry In Collin CountyCrews pulled out the body of a teenager from a quarry in Melissa on Sunday night. It appears as though the teen was swimming with friends when he drowned.
North Texas Cities Offering Affordable Short Summer Camp OptionsKeeping kids busy during the summer is a delicate balancing act. You want to give them a break, but you also want to keep them active and occupied. Short summer camps are a good option.
Olympic Gold Medalist Missy Franklin Opens Up About DepressionMoments of Olympic glory are flashed around the world. But there's a counterpoint to the happy podium wave, when the adrenalin rush is gone and you're left with the humdrum of everyday life.
Parents Worried About Abuse In Youth Sports Take ChargeWith Olympic prodigies having just dazzled audiences worldwide, parents in the U.S. are reconciling the thrill of the gold with their fears from recent sexual abuse scandals in elite youth sports.
Phelps Has "No Desire" To Return To SwimmingMichael Phelps wondered if watching others compete at the swimming world championships would pique his desire for another comeback. Nope. Phelps said that he has "no desire" to return to competitive swimming.
Ones For Texas: Keller Students Swim To Fight CancerOn Saturday, September 30, thousands across America will swim to raise money for the fight against cancer.