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HBT: Ex-Cubs, Red Sox P Castillo drowns in lake

Frank Castillo, who pitched 13 seasons in the majors for the Cubs, Red Sox, and four other teams, drowned Saturday in a lake near his home in Arizona. KVIA-TV in Texas reports that “Castillo was on a pontoon boat with a friend when he decided to go swimming” and “Castillo’s friend reportedly called Full story

Listen to music while swimming with new tech

  One of the latest tech trends to know about is a new Walkman that enables the user to download music at home and then listen to it while running, swimming or even in the shower. TODAY’s digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong reports.

Vandals dump yellow dye in family swimming pool

  An Oklahoma family’s backyard swimming pool is an unusable hazard after vandalsdumped in chemicals, turning the water a brilliant yellow. KFOR’s Bree Steffen reports.

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  Alligator chomps down on teen’s head, back

Seventeen-year-old Andrew Hudson is recovering from being attacked by a 10-foot long alligator while he was swimming with friends.

  Jenna hits up swim class with an Olympian

Doctors say that swimming is one of the best forms of exercise that women can do while they’re pregnant, but as Jenna found out, sometimes the stakes can be pretty high in those prenatal swimming classes. The solution? A private refresher course with Olympian Dara Torres. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports

  Kids aim to set largest swimming lesson record

Hundreds of children in Bahrain took part in a mass swimming lesson as part of an attempt to set the record for the largest swimming lesson to be held at the same time. TODAY.com’s Dara Brown reports.

  6 ways to prevent damage to your hair

Leah Wyar from Cosmopolitan magazine explains how swimming, applying heat and using detangling  product can actually cause hair damage. She shows off six products, from a 1-minute moisture treatment to a thermal protector, to keep hair healthy.

  Runner makes a difference for Boston bombing victims

This week’s “Footsoldier” is Amy Palmiero-Winters, who founded a nonprofit that helps children with physical disabilities. Now she is working on behalf of the four children who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombing.

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