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.
Alex Meyer, the former open water world champ and reigning U.S. national champ in the 5K distance, is moving from his longtime Boston base to a new training home with Tennessee Aquatics.
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Up for grabs at “Swim The Bay” Nov 2nd: several airline tickets donated by Virgin Atlantic and Jetblue, tablets, stays at oceanfront hotels, dining vouchers, day cruises, dinner shows, island tours, spa treatments, golf rounds, swim magazine subscriptions, health products, souvenirs and more.
Erica Rose (left) with Northwestern head coach Jimmy Tierney (right) was inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday night, along with former Cleveland State coach Wally Morton.
For the November event we look forward to welcoming 2010 World Open Water (25km) Champion, Alex Meyer.
In response to our registration filling in less than five hours for the 2014 event, and many disappointed potential swimmer/fundraisers, we have created the “Virtual Frogman Challenge”.
The Triangle Water Festival will feature Olympic Gold Medalist David Fox, Olympic Silver Medalist Elaine Breeden, Puerto Rican Olympian Dan Velez, and Open Water World Champion Ashley Twichell.
Team USA will be represented at the final two stops of the FINA Open Water World Cup series by Chip Peterson and Christine Jennings.
History was made on both ends of the open water swimming age spectrum this week, as Otto Thaning became the oldest person to swim the English Channel, while Charlotte Samuels became the youngest ever to complete the open water swimming “Triple Crown.”
China won the youth (14-16) category, while Hungary picked up junior (17-18) gold in front of its home crowd.
Taylor Abbott, from Nitro Swimming in Austin, became the first American to ever win World Junior Open Water gold on Saturday.