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Cool down safely at these 15 beaches near Spokane

A quick google search doesn’t inspire much confidence that going to the beach is safe during the coronavirus pandemic. But with some indoor entertainment options likened to petri dishes for disease, outdoor recreation could be summer 2020’s saving grace.

Around the Remote: Olympians share post-Games struggles in new documentary

If not for the pandemic, many of us would be in front of our TVs this week and riveted to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. This compelling documentary, narrated by legendary swimmer Michael Phelps, explores the mental health challenges that many world-class athletes confront in their quest for Olympic glory.

Spokane County pools will stay closed this summer due to COVID-19

The cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley have not committed to future plans for their aquatics centers this summer, but if they do open, social distancing and capacity requirements would limit the amount of swimmers and make it more difficult to recoup some operation costs. 

Senior Standout: CMR’s Shelby Banks

Some find it tough to make time for school and social life. Now try adding in a sport and more extracurricular activities than you thought were possible.

Senior Standout: CMR’s Shelby Banks

Some find it tough to make time for school and social life. Now try adding in a sport and more extracurricular activities than you thought were possible.

Highlights: Day 2 Of The 2020 MHSA Swim Meet

Check out some highlights from day 2 of the 2020 MHSA Swim Meet. Also, hear from the 1st place Billings Central girls 200 yard medley relay team. (Kateyln Anderson, Megin Beers, Lauren Bodine, & Ellie Smith)

Highlights: 2020 MHSA State Swim Meet

Check out the action from day one of the 2020 MHSA State Swim Meet. Also, hear from Great Falls High's Ben Woldtvedt who wins the boys 200 yard freestyle prelims with a time of 1.48.

Great Falls/CMR Swimming Preview

After a historic season where both teams advanced to state and multiple individuals had top finishes, the Electric City swimming teams will look to build off of 2018’s success. For CMR, it was an incredible year, as the boys took home second overall, with several swimmers finishing in the top five. The girls weren’t far behind, they finished fifth. As for the Bison, still a good year in the pool, with finishes at fifth and 13th overall. Head Coach Ed McNamee says the team knows what they have to work on to succeed. "There's always room for improvement, we've got a lot of spaces to fill for the CMR guys that graduated, lot of points, so we're gonna have to have some younger guys step in. Great Falls guys have a lot coming back, senior Bill Evans is really gonna be the guy to lead that team. And then on the CMR girls, side, they graduated some points but I like what they have coming back, a lot of young talent that I think is going to make a big difference for them." Said McNamee