Splash!: A dip in the weird and wonderful world of swimming history

A new history of swimming sprinkles its pages with characters as diverse as Plato, Lord Byron and Ursula Andress

12th July, 2020
Splash!: A dip in the weird and wonderful world of swimming history
The emergence of Ursula Andress from the water in the first James Bond film, Dr No, signalled the rise of the bikini

HISTORY/SPORT

Splash!: 10,000 Years of Swimming

By Howard Means

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