International Swimming Hall of Famer David Yudovin, a renowned open-water swimmer, died of a heart attack Saturday, the Cambrian reports.
Two time Olympic champion Ous Mellouli is in LA training for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Ous is back at Trojan…
The Zombie Patrol swim team is a group students with special challenges who attend the Arch Academy in San Diego….
PATHSTAR is a non-profit dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and fighting diabetes, particularly among Native American communitites. One of the organization’s major events is the yearly Alcatraz swim, where a group heads to San Francisco for a week and trains to swim the famous open water course near the island.
South African Olympian Chad le Clos will make a guest appearance at the Abu Dhabi Swimming Festival later this month.
The South American zone has selected its athletes for the 2015 Pan American Games open water swimming events, with Argentina and Venezuela qualifying 4 swimmers apiece.
The Crippen Cup 10K open water race has officially raised $22,000 in donations to fund its prize purse in its second year.
The 2015 series of FINA’s two major open water swimming circuits debut this weekend.
Three-time Olympic champ Pieter van den Hoogenband posted a picture of a man standing on a board in the middle of a heavily-polluted Brazilian waterway where Olympic events will be held in a little more than a year.
The United States Open Water National Championships come early this year, taking place on April 24th and 16th in Miromar Lakes, Florida.
The new year is a great time to look back on the past and move forward into the coming 12…
While Goucher senior Nicole Craver embarked on a study abroad trip to Cuba, bypassing the embargo that has existed since 1958, Smith College senior Paige Christie set off on her own crossing – crossing the English Channel, that is!
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.
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.