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11-Aug-2012

  • Five Things to Learn About the Dolphin Kick

    Olympic rules allow one dolphin kick at the start of the 100-meter breaststroke competition. South African swimmer Cameron Van der Burg did three. Replays clearly show them, and he makes no apology for cheating.


  • Dolphin kicks fuel talk of video cameras

    SWIMMING OFFICIALS are considering the introduction of underwater video for judging following the controversy over an alleged illegal "dolphin" kick by South Africa's Cameron van der Burgh in his Olympic 100-meter breaststroke gold medal win last week.


  • Dolphin 56, where are you?

    Dolphin 56 is a bottlenose dolphin who swam from Florida up to New Jersey every year for decades after being branded in 1979. The 45-year-old dolphin went missing this year


  • Dolphin group hails successful refloating

    The first successful refloating of a dolphin in this country has been confirmed in north Kerry.


  • London Games: Swimming With the Dolphin Kick

    Watching the competitive sport of swimming on TV, there are those familiar strokes, such as the breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle or front crawl, and butterfly.


  • Latest Dolphin Browser Beta Takes On Chrome With New, Blazing Fast Engine

    Android: Dolphin Browser is already our favourite browser for Android , but the latest beta is fast and feature-rich even compared to Chrome in ICS and Jelly Bean. According to the developers, the new Dolphin Engine makes the browser fast enough to smoke Chrome in benchmark tests.


  • Relaunch of Haughey's 'Celtic Mist' by whale and dolphin protection group

    JUST OVER a year after it was donated for whale and dolphin research, the ketch once sailed by former taoiseach Charles J Haughey will be relaunched tomorrow having undergone an extensive makeover in Co Clare ? or ?makeunder?.


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