Masters Take Heart: Swimming Is The Best Sport For Life Balance In Later Years

There's danger in applying polish only to find that shine comes off Olympic achievement - by Patrick B. Kraemer

As Masters prepare to race in the same place as the elite at world titles this year, the 25 to centenarians can take heart in a study that suggests swimming is not only the best sport for reducing the risk of imbalance and falling in older age but may even been the only exercise that makes a significant difference; next month, SwimVortex.com will launch a Masters Community section

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As Masters prepare to race in the same place as the elite at world titles this year, the 25 to centenarians can take heart in a study that suggests swimming is not only the best sport for reducing the risk of imbalance and falling in older age but may even been the only exercise that makes a significant difference; next month, SwimVortex.com will launch a Masters Community section

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Steve Dyson

Good news.

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