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    cycle, and every new runway show, there is always one item that manages to stir up some controversy; the swimsuit. The swimsuit has seen some drastic changes throughout the years and has evolved from a simple cover up, to a intense fashion statement when hitting the beach. To study the history of this garment we must reach far back into our ancient ancestors past. The first appearance of the swimsuit was around 350 B.C in ancient Greece. The Greeks are known for their long togas, and often worn when

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    Essay On Swimsuit

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    hundred years, swimsuit designs for competitive swimming have drastically changed. Around 1400 BC in ancient Greece and Rome, people swam naked. In the 1900s, the first manufacturers made a swimsuit made of heavy wool, and now, swimsuits are made of fabrics that help reduce drag for a swimmer during performance. One of the factors of the changes in swimsuits is the use of biomechanics and technology. Biomechanics are used so that manufacturers can find the best fabric for swimsuits so that a swimmer

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    Holding Up Swimsuits

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    sometimes swimwear keeps us from enjoying the ocean. The wave movement ends up moving our swimwear around and sometimes the swimwear ends up out of place exposing more than what was intended. These incidents are embarrassing and uncomfortable. The swimsuit problem can be avoided by passing up the preferred suit for a less flattering suit, or staying out of the waves. These options merely avoid the problem instead of solving the problem. People in society should not have to avoid the waves because they

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    scientific technology improvements help athletes to reach the maximum level of their body. An American swimsuits manufacturer called Speedo has invented a line of high-end swimsuits using a high-technology swimwear fabric composed of woven elastane-nylon and polyurethane. It is designed to reduce the water friction to let the athletes get a better result. This essay discuses how this swimsuit works, its effects on competitive swimming, and its impacts in social and ethical aspects. To scientifically

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    The use of fastskins/laser swimsuits by competitive swimmers should be permitted because it is not technological doping, it benefits the swimmer, and it allows athletes to utilize advancement in the sport. Swimming is a sport in which I participate and the main reason as to why I was attracted to this topic. In this paper, I plan to explain what technological doping means, and why the suits should not be considered a part of it. In addition, how the suits were made and tested, how the suits benefit

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    Swimsuit Narrative

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    This day had been so pleasing since the beginning; it was a summer weekend of the year 2005.One of the finest days came to a start with an early morning shopping with my cousins, mother, aunt, and younger sister. Here we all obtained our swimsuits which we later took home meeting the rest of our family. Eventually we packed all that subsisted to go from Phoenix to Rocky Point. After we were completely set to hit the road my cousins went on their truck while my family and I left happily behind them

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    affect a swimmer’s time, ranging from body hair to pool temperature. In fact, a swimmer’s swimsuit can also affect his or her time. Because swimsuits can be such an important variable, swimmers look for specific qualities in their swimsuits: speed, comfort, and durability. A “fast” swimsuit is a swimsuit that has minimal drag; in other words, a skin-tight swimsuit. However, considering that competition swimsuits are always made with the intention of having as little drag as possible, the real dilemma

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    Lucky Strike Ad Analysis

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    used as an ethos in the ad, had at that time many commercial organizations that helped in promoting American society. As a result, it sponsored a sensible swimsuit for “better health” and “pure enjoyment”. The words “better” and “pure” along with “false modesty” were used to prove that the old moral prohibitions are simply wrong; the new swimsuit is pure and the enjoyment is more intense once “false modesty” about the female body is banished. In addition, drawing a male hand represents a pathos. It

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    Ironman Research Paper

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    “Swim 2.4 miles! Bike 112 miles! Run 26.2 miles! Brag for the rest of your life!” This was a quote that was on the back page of three sheets of paper with a few rules and course description that was given to the 15 people who came to take on the Ironman challenge. The Ironman was a way to challenge athletes who had seen success at endurance swim, running, and biking events. Judy and John Collins came up with the idea to combine the three toughest endurance races into one event (Ironman). Sebastian

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    The Definition of Beauty Our definition of beauty is becoming such a narrow and limited concept, it is causing women to objectify themselves. Whether it 's having cosmetic surgery or binging on food, these women are participating in highly unhealthy behaviors in order to fit through the tiny doorway of beauty that society has built. This behavior is a severe problem because as a consequence, many women are going to extremes, often to their own detriment. Certainly, these choices that women are

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