Water safety on a global scale

Photos by Scott Taylor
Posted 6/26/19

Water World’s Thunder Bay wave pool hosted 130 budding swimmers June 20, part of an international swimming lesson effort hosted by the World Water Park Association. Billed as the world’s largest …

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Water safety on a global scale

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Water World’s Thunder Bay wave pool hosted 130 budding swimmers June 20, part of an international swimming lesson effort hosted by the World Water Park Association. Billed as the world’s largest swimming lesson, water parks across the world were scheduled to give their lessons in basic water safety and skills simultaneously. An estimated 41,814 kids participated across the globe.

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