“I just want to share my passion and hopefully inspire others to connect with theirs. I believe connecting with nature will inspire stewardship for earth. Eco Alianza is an important organization to me because they are stewards of the Sea and its surrounding region. If I can inspire folks to support Eco Alianza I will achieve more than I ever dreamed swimming across the Sea.”
Paul Lundgren announced today that on November 5th, he will step into the waters in San Carlos, Mexico for his third attempt at swimming across the Sea of Cortez. If accomplished, it will be a World Record for the longest unassisted swim in history.
The 2014 FINA 10K world cup series will kick off on February 1, 2014 in Argentina. This year’s series has…
No criminal wrongdoing has been found by Danish police in the case of a swimmer who drowned during a race.
Trent Grimsey is without a doubt one of the greatest open water swimmers on the planet. He’s the swam the…
Fran Crippen was much more than a great swimmer, he was phenomenal person. Three years ago today, Fran died doing…
Open water swimming safety must be a top priority for everyone involved.
The 2013 male winner of the $10,000 prize was Mateusz Sawrymowicz from Poland. His time was 23:46. The 2013 female winner of the $10,000 prize was Ashley Twichell from the United States. Her time was 25:09.
Coach Catherine Vogt knows open water swimming – she has helped guide Haley Anderson to the podium at the Olympics and World Championships
The 2013 Ironman world championships are underway in Kona Hawaii and it was former University of Georgia NCAA All-American Haley…
Ous Mellouli took 12th place overall at the 2013 “The Day at the Beach” sprint triathlon in Hermosa Beach, California, plus 3rd in the 25-29 men’s division.
Diana Nyad is back in the water. This time she’s swimming 48 hours straight in New York City raising money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
Team USA’s Emily Brunemann wins FINA 10K world cup series title
Emily Brunemann leads the FINA 10k Open Water World Cup standings going into the final race in Hong Kong
Swimming enthusiasts, including former Olympians, kayakers and volunteers will take part in Swim Across America’s eighth annual San Francisco Bay Area Open Water Swim, benefiting two Bay Area cancer research programs.