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Citiparks closed all the parks

This is our backyard. it is presently to be closed. The yellow tape didn't stop everyone from recreational activities.Way to go Allegheny

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Suggested workouts for volleyball players in the pre-season

SUMMER VOLLEYBALL TRAININGOriginal by Marlene Piper, University of California, DavisChapter 23 in the book, Volleyball's Cadre Collection"Since each team has only two

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Looking for some do-it-yourself crafts for you and the kids today? How about making a few dozen of these?

Leave it to those in Hong Kong to have it figured out.​Full article is a worthy read too. Hat tip to Mindy D's

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Many in the South Side got to party like the end was near

Photo from East Carson Street on Pittsburgh's South Side on the Saturday night of St. Patrick Day as posted by Peter Werowinski

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No swimming! Ugh.

A friend from long ago, B, swam the fastest 400 IM in the NCAA Division 2 -- in prelims. Then the meet

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Coaching and balance and team dynamics

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WPIAL diving results for 2020

Way to go guys

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CLOH.org presents a suite of websites, since 2002, from Mark Rauterkus, a swim, SKWIMwater polo, T&F and Triathlon coach, of Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Join in and play well with others. Surf these insights and ideas from an experienced, opinionated, retired publisher and coach who has developed more than 100 titles (mostly books) for cutting-edge sports participants.

Mark Rauterkus, broadcaster at the WPIAL Swim Championship Meet

Mark Rauterkus, broadcaster at the WPIAL Swim Championship Meets.

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