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, : Swimming pools. Leisure Intelligence 2: 1-29

Swimming is among the leading leisure activities in the UK, the only active sport which features in the list of the top five. The report examines the sector of swimming pool construction and installation, the size of this construction market and the factors which may affect the future demand for swimming pools. Domestic pools today are typically indoor pools. The key groups most likely to swim are the youngest adults and mothers of children. Women are the industry's prime target.

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Accession: 001962035

DOI: 10.1056/nejm192810111991511

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