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I still doubted whether it would be possible for such a swimmer as I was to drown himself.
I determined to try if a good swimmer could drown himself.
It's not so easy for a swimmer like me to commit suicide by drowning.
This amazing swimmer really needed the lift I gave him by seizing his leg.
I am a good swimmer (though without pretending to rival Byron or Edgar Poe, who were masters of the art), and in that plunge I did not lose my presence of mind.
Still their sufferings from hunger and thirst were great; but there was a Sandwich Islander on board, an expert swimmer, who found his way into the cabin, and occasionally brought up a few bottles of wine and porter, and at length got into the rum, and secured a quarter cask of wine.
All the girls drew onward to the spot where the cows were grazing in the farther mead, the bevy advancing with the bold grace of wild animals--the reckless unchastened motion of women accustomed to unlimited space--in which they abandoned themselves to the air as a swimmer to the wave.
He exults in it as the strong swimmer in the heaving billows, as the athlete in the wrestle, the soldier in the battle.
Nautilus Invitational Swim Meet, organised at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat, attracted over 330 swimmers from all over the Sultanate, including members of the Oman National Team, Oman Swimming Association, ABA Vipers, Al Zaeem Team Sohar, BSM Marlins, Royal Flight School, and others.
The event is organised to give club members and their families a chance to socialise with each other outside of the usual swimming pool setting, where they spend a considerable amount of time training, and for the club's head coach to nominate certain synchronised swimmers for particular awards.
Despite a the trials being concluded yesterday at the Moi International Sports Centre (MISC), Kasarani, Kenya's top three swimmers including United Kingdom-based Rebecca Kamau alongside Issa Abdalla (United Kingdom) and Emily Muteti (Thailand) have missed out on the selection for the Club Games.
However, currents force swimmers to swim much farther.