Swimwear, The Water And You
Published date: January 5, 2017
Swimming has been around for very long time. As far back as nine thousand BC, rock paintings in Egypt depict people swimming.
The technique was quite primitive, from the depictions it appears that early man used a variation of the breaststroke or the doggy paddle. Most likely man started swimming to escape predators or enemies. In about three thousand BC swimming pools began to show up in the architecture, some measured thirty meters by sixty meters in size.
Swimming first came to the Olympic Games in Athens in 1896 and was a men only competition. Since then swimming has become a worldwide sport. There is synchronized swimming, water polo, water volleyball, you name it, if it can be played in water, it will be. Just about every college, university and high school has a swim team. The game of swimming is everywhere.
That brings us to what to wear when in the water. In the 1700's ladies wanting to swim had to don a smock like bathing gown, wear gloves and have weights sewn into the hem of the gown to prevent it from riding up exposing their legs. Modesty prevailed. This dress with bloomers remained pretty much the style for women bathers until the 1900's. Once women started to compete in the sport of swimming with men the heavy water logging fabric was abandoned. By the 1920's the one piece swimsuit emerged allowing the ladies to show off a little more skin. The first "Bikini(http://www.znu.com/collection/top/swimwear)" was introduced on July 5, 1946.
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