Swimming Battle - Netflix

Can a woman who can't remember her past and a man who is trying to hide his true identity break a swim team's losing streak? Yu Die (Mandy Wei) was a genius child prodigy who lost everything she loved. Yu Die's mother drowned while trying to save Yu Die and, in one very bad day, Yu Die lost her mother, her memory and her ability to swim. Years later, she crosses paths with Gao Hai Fei (Kingone Wang), the CEO of a multibillion corporation. Intrigued by Yu Die's lost memories, Hai Fei hides his true identity from her and gets mistaken for a professional part-time worker who is a jack-of-all-trades. Yu Die asks Hai Fei for his help with the "Sea Horse" Men's Swim Team, which has never been able to win a meet and is the laughing stock of the sport of swimming. With Hai Fei searching for a "mermaid" crush from his past, will he agree to help Yu Die turn the losing swim team?

Swimming Battle - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Thai

Status: Ended

Runtime: 47 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-08

Swimming Battle - Nude swimming - Netflix

Nude swimming, or skinny dipping, is the practice of bathing naked, originally in natural bodies of water, but also in swimming pools or hot tubs. The term dipping was the practice of being immersed in spring waters, for health reasons at spa towns. The widespread social convention and practice today is for swimmers especially in public places to wear swimsuits. Most countries do not have specific laws proscribing nude swimming, and the matter is regulated largely by social convention and practice. Nude swimming takes place on nude beaches, or at naturist facilities, segregated public swimming areas or in private swimming pools. Some countries around the world regard nude swimming as public nudity, which is treated in a variety of ways, ranging from tolerance to strict enforcement of prohibitions against it. The term skinny-dip was first recorded in English in 1947 and is most commonly used in the United States.

Swimming Battle - 20th century - Netflix

American president Theodore Roosevelt describes nude swims in the Potomac with his “tennis cabinet” in his Autobiography: "If we swam the Potomac, we usually took off our clothes. Ernest Thompson Seton describes skinny dipping as one of the first activities of his Woodcraft Indians, a forerunner of the Scout movement, in 1902. In a 1909 New York elementary schools swimming competition, boys in the 80 lb division competed naked; their bathing suits slowed them down.

Swimming Battle - References - Netflix