Rain in Southport this week has caused the cancellation of the 10k on Monday and reschedule for next week in Hawaii.
International Swimming Hall of Fame Inductee, Jon Erikson, passed away on Monday, July 28th, at the age of 59 from…
Christopher Clarke, a 45-year-old business owner and Masters national record-holder, was pulled from the water this weekend during the Indy Open Water Challenge. Clarke was rushed to a local hospital where he was later declared dead.
Olympian Alex Meyer to give open water swimming clinic at the International Open Water Swimming Festival April 12-13
Alex Meyer, 2012 US Olympic Open Water Swimmer and Vasa athlete, will be team up with Teresa Crippen to present an LSC open water swim clinic as part of the events at the annual Open Water Swimming Festival, April 12-13 at Miromar Lakes in Estero, Fla.
Michael Scott “Australia is surrounded by water and as a swimming nation we should be striving for open water success.”
Open water swimmer Diana Nyad made headlines last September for becoming the first person to complete the Cuba-to-Florida swim without the assistance of a shark cage.
The 10-kilometer national championship will be contested June 13, followed by the 5K on June 15. The Sandhills Sandsharks swim team and the North Carolina Swimming LSC will serve as hosts for the meet.
Many thanks to Scott Rokis (Scott Rokis Photography) for providing these beautiful swimming photos.
Grant Holicky shares a distance set he uses with his open water athletes, including national champion Christine Jennings.
Mateusz Sawrymowicz and Ashley Twichell Take Home The $10,000 Prizes At The 2013 RPC Tiburon Mile.
This Swim Across America event was extremely successful for the Brown University, raising money with the largest attendance of university athletes in one event.
Haley Anderson and Catherine Vogt won two awards at last nights US Aquatics Sport Awards. (Photo Credit: Haley Anderson)
Open water world champion and NCAA All-American Chip Peterson has been added to the staff (photo courtesy of UNC Athletic Communications)
64 year-old DIana Nyad becomes the first to complete the 110 mile swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida without a shark tank. She completed the swim in less than 52 hours. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Map from DianaNyad.com