Everyone knows how beneficial it is to get a certain amount of exercise per day but occasionally we need a bit of advice to make the right choice.
Lying on a blanket and improving your tan isn’t the only activity available at the beach, so choose your beach according to the day. Here are a handful of options near the Peninsula from which to choose.
Five-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte is getting back up to speed in the pool. Lochte won the 200-meter individual medley in 1 minute, 58.07 seconds Sunday on the final day of the Santa Clara Grand Prix.
U.S. Olympian Connor Jaeger won the 800-meter freestyle Thursday in the Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara.
San Francisco has a number of great pools and aquatic centers that offer lessons for everyone in the family. Here are five area swim centers that offer a range of classes.
A man police say was speeding is in deeper trouble after they say he led California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed chase in Monterey County where he ended up at a beach, ran across sand dunes and tried to escape by swimming away in the ocean.
More than 700 women are expected to participate Saturday in the annual See Jane Run triathlon in Pleasanton. But there are concerns about water quality in the lake where the swimming portion takes place.
Summer is here and that means water lovers and thrill seekers alike are hitting the water parks and pools in the Bay Area. Get the most splash for your cash at these great water parks, and dive into the season’s most playful and refreshing way to stay cool and have fun.
In 29 years as a federal prison, nobody ever survived an escape from Alcatraz, but every year athletes from across the country prove it possible. To compete in the 32nd annual Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon, athletes must qualify or be chosen in a lottery, thus becoming one of 2,000 athletes participating in this modified international distance triathlon. Its grueling course begins with a 1.5-mile swim from a boat off of Alcatraz, transitions to an 18-mile bike ride and concludes with an 8-mile run that includes a 400-step Equinox sand ladder. Join in on rubbing it in the faces of those would-be escapees, or just watch from the sidelines — this year’s race may be the best ever.
Bay Area pet owners have off-leash hikes and routes mastered, but a swimming adventure isn’t easy to come by around here. It seems man’s best friend turns into puppy non grata when water is added to the mix. When the digits on the thermometer begin to rise, splash it up at these water magnets in the East Bay.