William Wilson (19th Century aquatics pioneer)
William Wilson (November 13, 1844 in London, England – June 1, 1912 in Glasgow, Scotland) was a late 19th-century British journalist, swimming instructor and coach, and contributor to the scientific techniques behind competitive swimming. In 1883, Wilson published "The Swimming Instructor," one of the first books on swimming to define modern concepts of stroke efficiency, training, racing turns and water safety.

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Corpus Directory and Almanac of Canada
1972
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The Corpus Almanac of Canada
The Corpus Almanac of Canada
1972
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William Wilson, an International Swimming Hall of Fame honoree, wrote in his 1883 book The Swimming Instructor, "The experienced swimmer, when in the water, may be classed among the happiest of mortals in the happiest of moods, and in the most complete enjoyment of the happiest of exercises. " He figured out more than a century before Dr.
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