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.
Just as the mornings start to get dull and grey in the North and temperatures start dropping, the inaugural Barbados Int’l Masters Swim Meet will kick off in bright sunshine at the outdoor pool at the Barbados Aquatic Centre (October 29-31).
The start of the course in Lake Balaton at the 2014 Junior Open Water World Championships in Hungar.
The second edition of the FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships will take place from September 5-7, 2014 in Balatonfured (HUN) with the presence of 153 athletes from 30 countries.
It’s one of the world’s most iconic open water swimming races for many reasons – the water temperature is ideal…
16-year-old Becca Mann had the fastest overall female time. Noted US Olympian and World Record-holder Aaron Peirsol also tried his hand in the open water, finishing second in his age group.
Yesterday on the pool deck and today in the water, swim photographer Mike Lewis keeps capturing all the action over…
Tonight at the open water technical committee meeting, final details were discussed for Sunday’s open water races at the 2014…
UANA has announced details for several upcoming events, including concerns over water temps at the Pan Am Games site.
The American swimmers who were scheduled to race at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships in the open water 10km race…
Rain in Southport this week has caused the cancellation of the 10k on Monday and reschedule for next week in Hawaii.