World Champion and Olympian Alex Meyer won the open water event. See results here.
The Tampa Bay Frogman Swim traces its roots to raising funds and awareness for a SEAL officer severely injured in September 2009 while serving in Afghanistan.
All of the proceeds from the race are donated to The Nature Conservancy to protect the coral reefs surrounding the island which provide the backdrop for the race.
On October 10th, the FINA Doping Panel composed of Robert Fox, William Bock, and Toshiro Ueyanagi finally handed out a…
Swimming News courtesy of Swim Barbados World champion, Alex Meyer, swam to victory in the 5km race of the 3rd…
29-year old Australian Chloe McCardel has been readmitted to a hospital to continue deal with the effects of jelly-fish stings…
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Australian open water marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel has broken the World Record for the longest non-current-assisted, continuous, open-water solo swim in…
The FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup 2014 wrapped up on October 18 in Hong Kong following the eighth and final race of the season. The action-packed race featured close finishes among both men and women.
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Lodi Swim Club in Lodi Ca. is looking for a triathlon coach to continue the development of their Triathlon team.
British swimmer, Kate Long, smashed her target for swimming the English Channel earlier this month. The 21km stretch of water between England and France forms one of the most iconic swims in the world, and only around 3000 people have ever completed it.
The Utah Utes got a big distance pickup this week, earning a verbal commitment from Jordan Anderson, open water nationals qualifier and younger sister of U.S. Olympians Alyssa and Haley Anderson.
Mirinda Carfrae made history as the first-ever Australian woman to win three titles, after earning her second consecutive Kona crown with a time of 9:00:55.