Sports, Spirit & Soul - Song & Story Summit
Teaching water safety without a swimming pool happens at S6.CLOH.org.
Explore and enjoy our collection of nearly 200 stories about water.
Each story builds valuable perspectives about water safety and awareness.
Help with Story Time at our Cyber Swim Camp
Due to the global pandemic, meeting in person and going swimming at our summer camp with Pittsburgh Public School didn't happen. Help came from many sources so as to provide our city kids, grades 4 and 5, a quality experience with water via computer screens.
In the summer of 2020, more than thirty stories of water were collected.
Camp happened for for 1-hour a day for 27 days, June to August, 2020.
Since camp ended, up-beat, enlightening, straight-forward stories with a water component has continued.
If you have a story to share, we'd love to include it in this collection.
The film is NOW AVAILABLE to stream!Use this link below to rent the film.https://watch.eventive.org/waterismysky/play/609ad52dab73d40099e684cfFor those who plan to watch, here are instructions from Eventive on how to enhance your viewing experience!
Underwater Photos – statement on climate change
Fisherman lost at sea in Pacific found 70 miles out two weeks later
Aggressive Hammer Head Shark and a paddler / fisherman
Giant fish caught by fisherwomen in Ohio River not far from Pittsburgh
Swimming stories from The Moth
Songs of the Humpback Whale, an album from a departed biologist
Surfer, Kai Lenny
Boating in Boston didn’t go so well as told in a podcast from This American Life
True Spirit (movie) about a young women who sails and sails
Water Polo and NAVY Seals training with a high school team
Once Upon a Comeback – Dara Torres Documentary
Little Heros, a swim school and special mentor in Sydney
Shot down and landing in the ocean off of the coast of South Carolina, in 48 foot depth
Rescue of a fisherman on a unicorn float who catches a shark and is taken out to sea.
High-diving, Fear, and her orgin story
Billy Mills of South Dakota, USA Track
Swim Team: Robert (short film for the New York Times)
Lots of water in the Pixar animation movie, Luca. Not much reality nor water safety however.
Sharks mutated by underwater volcanic eruption
Kelp farming in Maine, and its carbon credits
I Just Went for a Swim (film)
Sea Otters at the Monterey Bay Aquarium – CBS Saturday Morning
Man tells harrowing survival story “after being washed away” by Tonga tsunami
Epic tale of survival, re-discovered after 107 years. Frigid story of The Endurance
Meet John Mahn, Jr., on the fish and game commission and avid person of water
Boater fell into ocean and swam for 5 hours to an oil rig with the aid of boosting of seal
The Ocean’s Greatest Hits. GLOUBS = global library of underwater biological sounds
We’re in it together! The video from the opening of the 2022 winter Olympics
The Outdoor Swimming Society – Chasing the Sublime (film)
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S6 can evolve to include focused, larger-community, spotlight events.
Production quality, ticketed audience with talented presenters and musical acts.
S6 can host planning, organizing, work meetings.
Heavy lifting with discussions on society and current events with plenty of research and future-looking decision making.
Send us your story.
We'll watch your story as part of our cyber camp's story time.
We'll research the settings, unpack the story and develop follow-up questions.
We'll invite you to interact with our campers by way of a Microsoft Teams conference call.
Begging for your stories. A plea for your video stories.
Alaska’s snow crab season is canceled.
For the first time ever, the state’s Department of Fish and Game canceled the winter snow crab season due to a dramatic (and perplexing) plunge in the snow crab population. An estimated 1 billion of the crustaceans have vanished in the past two years, amounting to a 90% drop in their numbers. The cancellation of crab season will hit the US seafood industry hard, particularly in the local communities in Alaska that depend on the harvest.