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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Testing for harmful blue-green algae is done every week, the Prospect Park Alliance said.

Upper East Side »

Asphalt Green's adult immersion swim class helps people overcome their fear of the water.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Department of Environmental Conservation says the blue-green algae bloom is "widespread."

East Harlem »

Whether you're working out or soaking up the sun, there's a pool to suit you opening Saturday.

Gowanus »

Clean-water advocate Christopher Swain said, "The poop was expected" after emerging from the water. 

Coney Island »

More than 2,500 people swam in the ocean for the New Year's Day tradition, organizers said. 

South Beach »

Sunbathers at Staten Island's South Beach stopped for a photo and a chat.

Prospect Heights »

DNAinfo New York rounded up the best places in the city to take your dog for a dip.

Williamsburg »

Steven Middleton, 21, jumped off a pier to swim with three friends, police sources said.

West Harlem »

Agnes Davis, president and CEO of swim, swim, swim I Say, teaches classes at P.S. 125 in West Harlem.

Chelsea »

NYC Swim, which also organizes a swim around Governors Island, warned it is ending some future events.

Yorkville »

The event will raise money for free swim classes for public school students.

Chelsea »

The complex's pool would be open to co-op owners but not renters.

Upper East Side »

Pat Perretta coaches the Simply Tri program at Asphalt Green, which he said saved his life.

Midtown »

Diana Nyad, who swam from Cuba to Florida, is raising money for Hurricane Sandy victims.