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SKWIM Level 1
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Question 1 of 25
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Always swim with at least one parent, guardian, or friend, even when a lifeguard is present. Having two swim buddies is even better than one! Lifeguards often have many people to watch.
Question 2 of 25
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In deep water, people with more muscle and less fat:
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It is okay to have a container or bottle made of glass in the water, on the beach, or close to the pool deck, especially if the lifeguard doesn’t seem to mind.
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If ice is forming at the water’s edge it means:
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Wrestling or tackling in the water is permitted only if the persons involved are family or close friends.
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Wearing loose or baggy clothing in the water:
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Running on the deck of the pool or the dock at a lake is okay if you advise the lifeguard first.
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Another name for the breast stroke kick is:
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Swimming after dark is permissible only with two or more family members or friends.
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It is best to swim only in a “lifeguard-supervised area,” and with a lifeguard on duty.
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Pushing someone off the deck or dock, into the water on a hot day is okay if you know the person is a good swimmer.
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It is okay to swim without a lifeguard present if you are with a friend or two.
This test applies to and refers to anyone of any age or swimming ability.
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If you are an experienced and strong swimmer, it is best to help out and watch over those around you who are not strong swimmers.
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Always wait at least 30 minutes after eating a big meal before going swimming.
Would you go for a run or play a vigorous sport right after a full meal? Is the same is true for swimming?
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If you see someone struggling in the water, and there is a lifeguard there on duty, your first responsibility is to quickly get the lifeguard’s attention.
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It is best (most safe) to always enter a pool or open-water environment “feet-first,” and carefully.
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When swimming, it is good practice to take short rests out of the water every 20-30 minutes or so, to warm up, drink water, or use the restroom.
Question 18 of 25
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When coming to the water for a swim, talk to the lifeguards and ask if there is a swim test requirement at this location.
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Wresting and rough play is prohibited in the water because:
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Even if I am not a trained or certified lifeguard, I have the responsibly at the water to be observant and watchful for the welfare of others. If someone needs help, I can:
Question 21 of 25
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Sculling with the hands properly:
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Wearing a form fitted swim shirt or rash-guard in the water;
Question 23 of 25
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At the open ocean, the dangers of a steeply angled beachfront can include:
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At the open ocean, a “long-shore current” runs parallel to the beach and is caused by a storm or wind-waves running close to shore and moving down the coast; and is also known as a:
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At the ocean, ________ and __________, can be found where a persistent lateral current has cut a channel into the bottom near the beach. These topographical features run parallel to the beach.