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MAHC Facility Design and Construction Module – Counsilman Hunsaker Response

The CDC posted the Facility Design and Construction Model Aquatic Health Code Module for public comment on July 20, 2012 with a due date of October 14, 2012. Hydrologicblog posted this announcement with the supporting documents.

Facility Design and Construction Module

The Counsilman – Hunsaker team posted a group response in support of the public comment requirements. This response can be viewed at the below link.

Counsilman – Hunsaker Response

USA Swimming Response

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Swimming Energy Expenditure

The National Survey on Recreation and the Environment (2002) indicated that 61.3% of the population, aged 16 years or older, participates in some form of swimming activity. Given the participation numbers and popularity of swimming as a fitness and training activity, there is a need for an accurate, inexpensive method to quantify energy expended while […]

Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex – Swimming Hall of Fame

The following press release was issued by the City of Fort Lauderdale on September 21, 2012 The renovation of the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex – home of the International Swimming Hall of Fame – has received the critical go-ahead from the City Commission. I’m pleased to announce that the Commission approved this week an agreement […]

Doc Counsilman’s Curiosity Continues

Racing start velocity, body shaving, drag forces, and drinking chocolate milk for a quicker recovery after workouts are just a few of the subjects Joel Stager and his team of researchers at Indiana University’s Counsilman Center have been studying. The researchers are carrying on the work of James “Doc” Counsilman, regarded as one of the […]

Neptune-Benson Acquires ETS

On September 10, 2012, it was announces that Engineered Treatment Systems LLC (ETS) was acquired by Neptune Benson.  The management team is said to remain in place going forward.  ETS will continue to operate out of thier location in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.