In BEAM robotics, a swimmer is a robot that functions on or in a liquid environment. These are sometimes referred to as aquabots or aquavores (the latter being a misnomer, as they are not "water eaters"). Swimmers include various designs, but usually lie within a device class that can be delineated as a watercraft, usually a boat but includes any vehicle designed to move across (or through) water.
Boatbots: Self-propelled on the surface of a liquid; construction akin to surface watercrafts.
Subbots: Self-propelled under the surface of a liquid; construction akin to submarines.
A champion (from the late Latin campio) is the victor in a challenge, contest or competition.
There can be a territorial pyramid of championships, e.g. local, regional / provincial, state, national, continental and world championships, and even further (artificial) divisions at one or more of these levels, as in soccer. Their champions can be accordingly styled, e.g. national champion, world champion.
In certain disciplines, there are specific titles for champions, either descriptive, as the baspehlivan in Turkish oil wrestling, yokozuna in Japanese sumowrestling; or copied from real life, such as the koning and keizer ('king' and 'emperor') in traditional archery competitions (not just national, also at lower levels) in the Low Countries.
In a broader sense, nearly any sort of competition can be considered a championship, and the winner of it a champion. Thus, there are championships for many non-sporting competitions such as spelling bees or wargames. In this context, it is used as a noun.
The Champion Idealist is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help people better understand themselves. David Keirsey originally described the Champion role variant; however, a brief summary of the personality types described by Isabel Myers contributed to its development. Champions correlate with the Myers-Briggs type ENFP.
Champions are introspective, cooperative, informative, and expressive. Champions have a strong desire to make their thoughts known to the world. When Champions speak or write, they are often hoping to use their convictions to motivate others to participate in advocacy or they hope to reveal a hidden truth about the human experience. Champions are greatly concerned with ethics and justice and have a strong desire to speak about current issues and events. They are the most inspiring and animated of the role variants.
Champions are very individualistic and they feel a need to experience significant social events. Champions consider intense emotional experiences to be vital to life and view the world as a drama. They are constantly seeking to learn about everything that has to do with advancement of good and the retreat of evil in the world.
"Laboratory analysis are ongoing ... Any such proceedings will be reported publicly ... Among most tested disciplines are swimming, rowing, athletics, cycling and weightlifting. On Friday, American swimmer Ryan Murphy alleged that RussianOlympic champion in 100m and 200m backstroke disciplines Evgeny Rylov might not have been "clean." .. ....
Still, he is definitely one of the most successful Hungarian swimmers of all time, a double WorldChampion (among many silvers and bronzes), and a 33-time European champion too ...Eventually, he came in seventh, 2.68 seconds after the aforementioned Chinese swimmer became the Olympic champion.
Swimmers compete in a wide variety of events against one another. As an observer, one sees the swimmer with his or her event numbers written up and down their arm ... Workers maintain duty stations to help the swimmers get to the blocks for the races and help time the meet ... to complete the events and champion the individual swimmers.
Sprint machine Caeleb Dressel blasted a 21.32 seconds 50m freestyle heat in his bid to earn the world's fastest swimmer title on Friday, while 100m champion Emma McKeon set a new Olympic record.","content"."Sprint machine Caeleb Dressel blasted a 21.32 ...
American swimmer Murphy – the defending champion from the Rio Games five years ago – was forced to settle for silver with a time of 1 minute 54.15 seconds ... Three-time Olympic champion Murphy, who finished third behind ROC star Rylov and Russian swimmer Kliment ...
Instead, A Memoir Blue's story of champion swimmer Miriam, who begins to think back on her childhood memories with her mother, is primarily told through the character's body language, which can be captured in different ways ...
champion swimmer darkened the mood at the pool ... Defending Olympic champion JamaicanElaine Thompson-Herah ran 10.82 seconds while compatriot Shelly Anne Fraser-Pryce posted 10.84 seconds ... Reigning BMX champion Fields, who crashed heavily in the third run of his semi-final, was ...
Try this apple pie recipe for a double silver medal Olympian-approved 3pm energy boost ... Few are more qualified to offer up a weather-busting energy solution than an Olympic champion. Former Team GB swimmer Jazz Carlin collected two silver medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics and these days, is more likely to be found in the gym or kitchen than the pool ... .
He finished six hundredths of a second clear of Chalmers, reigning champion from the 2016 Games. Dressel — already a 13-time world champion in FINA long-course world finals — won his second gold medal at these Olympics, his fourth gold medal overall and, at last, his first gold in an individual race.