Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?

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1Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
Some were even known to swim in the buff. John Quincy Adams. President John Quincy Adams may perhaps be the first of presidents who loved to swim. As the 6th president of the United States there was not yet a White House pool. In this case, President Adams elected to wake early every morning and swim in the Potomac River.
https://splashpools.co/presidents-loved-swim/

2Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
John Quincy Adams, 6th president of the United States, loved to do what in Potomac River? What river, besides the Potomac River, is a state boundary for more than 25 miles of length and for that entire distance both banks of the river are in the same state? When the President of the United States dies in office the Vice President then becomes …
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3Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
John Quincy Adams did his swimming in Tiber Creek, rather than the Potomac River. White House. 4. John Quincy Adams enjoyed swimming, though not in the Potomac as legend suggests. Swimming was a popular form of exercise though few pools designed for the purpose existed in the early 19 th century.
https://historycollection.com/the-pasttimes-of-presidents/4/

4Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
From the age of 50 until two years before his death at age 80, sixth US President John Quincy Adams went swimming almost every summer in the Potomac River in Washington, DC.Sometimes he swam with one of his sons, or with his valet Antoine Giusta (a former Napoleonic soldier from Piedmont), or with whatever acquaintance he could rope into the activity.
https://shannonselin.com/2017/07/john-quincy-adams-swimming/

5Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
Another Potomac swimmer was Theodore Roosevelt (1901-09). He liked a bracing swim in the wintertime, and didn’t bother with swimwear, preferring to just disrobe and jump in. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-45) enjoyed skinny dipping as well as the next president, but he was serious about the need to swim.
https://www.poolspanews.com/business/presidents-in-the-swim_o

6Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
For the politicians, civil servants, and accompanying citizenry of the new federal government—freshly arrived in 1800 from comfortable, sophisticated Philadelphia—the young capital that sprawled along the banks of the Potomac was a disheartening scene. Dispersed among the woodlots and along the sparsely inhabited river shore, the city of Washington’s four-mile expanse was a scattering of …
https://www.whitehousehistory.org/presidents-and-the-potomac

7Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
Like his predecessors, Lyndon B. Johnson appreciated a nice swim in the nude. He practiced a touch more modesty by doing so in the privacy of the White House pool instead of the Potomac though. Rather than swimming in the river, Johnson preferred taking walks and observing the Potomac from the trails.
https://potomac.org/blog/2018/1/23/past-presidents-potomac-river-fun-facts

8John Quincy Adams

The sixth President of the United States took full advantage of the White House’s proximity to the Potomac River by wading through the river nude almost daily at 5:00 a.m. In addition to being the first President known to skinny dip in the Potomac, Adams was also the first president to be photographed; luckily not nude (see picture below).
http://www.historyofold.com/2011/08/john-quincy-adams-skinny-dipping-other.html

9Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
Weather permitting, John Quincy Adams swam nude in the Potomac River every day. Before he was President, Andrew Jackson was wounded in a duel at the age of 39. The bullet remained lodged in his …
https://patch.com/illinois/romeoville/which-president-swam-nude-in-the-potomac-and-other-pr0d97abe158

10Which president enjoyed a daily swim in the Potomac River?
(Updated at 11:05 a.m.) A combination of hot days and pandemic closures has sent people flocking to the banks of the Potomac River near Chain Bridge. On both the Virginia and D.C./Maryland sides …
https://www.arlnow.com/2020/06/11/officials-warn-of-potomac-river-danger/

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1Gretchen (Hamar) Healy
Age 85, of St. Paul, MN. Died Tuesday, July 28, 2020 of ovarian cancer. Preceded in death by husband John “Jake” Healy of 61 years, parents John Newton Hamar and Nina Rupprecht Hamar, sister-in-law Colleen Healy,
https://www.startribune.com/obituaries/detail/0000363816/
Published Date: 2020-08-01T18:26:00.0000000Z

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1  Marathon Swim Stories with Courtney Moates Paulk, 9 June 2020
Enjoy the replay of Marathon Swim Stories with Courtney Moates Paulk. We talk about feeling like a poser at marathon swim events, no such thing as a DNF, enjoying the journey, and so much more! In her own words: Courtney Paulk is an ultra-distance open water marathon swimmer from Richmond, Virginia. She is the first (and only) person to have …
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1John F. Kennedy
served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. Kennedy served at the height of the Cold War…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John F. Kennedy

2Ronald Reagan
was a member of the football team and captain of the swim team. He was elected student body president and participated in student protests against the college…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald Reagan

3Maryland
its east by Delaware and the Atlantic Ocean, and on its south, across the Potomac River, by West Virginia and Virginia. The mid-portion of this border…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maryland