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By grlzze444 - / Tuesday 16 November 2010 00:19 / United States
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By  Mirorbo  |  26

Hmmm.....I can't really tell who's at fault here. Sure, the darling felt sick, but if the coach wouldn't let them stop....hmmm.... this is one where I just cannot vote on it without more details.

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By  suffokateslowly  |  0

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  annadorkable  |  0

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  Tempuser117  |  2

Back in my day the warm ups were over 9000! And that was upstream both ways including a 40 foot waterfall in -30 degree weather. Let me tell you, you young people have it easy! I'd like to see you swimming through a layer of ice. I'll not even mention fighting off the piranha and crocodiles!

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  lizzyfizzy  |  0

wow 500 for a warm up? My varsity team swims 200skips for our warm ups, which is a 1000. We usually swim about 4000yards a practice. But we also have 3hr practices including running. But really OP puke in swimming a 400? That's sad.

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  leogecko32  |  0

that's what I was about to say 99 he never said it was hard he just said he was feeling sick. the sickness could have been from his last meal or something.

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  FortMinor  |  0

"oh my gawd only 400? I used to do blah blah blah." no one gives a shit bro because some people are not as good as you. I swim all the time and I know no one gives a shit so just say "ewwww"

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  d_ele  |  0

400? seriously? you're pathetic, you know that? I do a 900 for a warmup and I'm not even in the American athletics system. heck, our main set (not including the warmup) racks up to about... 10k meters. meters, not yards.

By  Mirorbo  |  26

Hmmm.....I can't really tell who's at fault here. Sure, the darling felt sick, but if the coach wouldn't let them stop....hmmm.... this is one where I just cannot vote on it without more details.

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  rpie  |  0

I used to be trained for racing swimming and all the coaches I ever knew - if you told them you felt really sick they wouldn't force you to do anything! In fact, they'd probably send you home!

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  HamsteronA  |  0

Personally I don't think it's fault. It COULD be OPs fault if they provided extra information i.e. they ate a large meal before, they tried to make themselves sick etc.

By  poolgirl  |  0

This is a lie. You do not have to drain pools. As a person that works at a pool and knows the health code it would be scooped out and the chlorine and PH would be tested. Depending at the levels it would be closed for 19-30min.

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  redneck_94  |  0

I agree with said above about bullshit with draining the pool. and as a competitive swimmer for 6 1/2 years now I ask how the hell do you get sick after only 400 meters???

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yeah, I work at a pool and I understand that the only time a pool gets drained is when there has been diarrhea, or something that is so runny that cannot be scooped out... AND had spread like crazy already.

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  iswimfly100  |  0

I call Bulls#*t. As a swimmer for over 30 years and a lifeguard for 18, I know for a fact they don't "drain" a pool for bodily fluids. Not vomit; not shit; not anything. And getting sick from a measly 400?! What kind of crap is that?

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  daviskate71  |  0

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  ApacheC424  |  18

It could be that the OP didn't have much solid food, or it had been well digested by the time OP threw up - making it primarily liquid, and then having to drain the pool. We shall never know. I'll give OP benefit of the doubt, so FYL OP.

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  GeorgiaBea  |  28

Agreed, I was a lifeguard for over ten years... They scoop it out and then add chlorine. On really busy days we used to go for a swim with tootsie rolls in our mouth so they would have to close the pool for a hot second. Having 2000 people in a pool area with 6 guards can be a bit overwhelming.

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