Olympic Coach John Dussliere Gives Open Water Rundown (Video)

Video is courtesy of Open Water Planet and the Triton Series

Open Water Planet just concluded the second leg of their Triton Series races, Southern Cross, in Ft. Meyers, FL. They offered 3 different races over the course of the 2-day event: 5k, 2.5k and a 1 mile dash. At the conclusion of the event, Open Water Planter caught up with 2008 U.S. Olympic Open Water Coach and former Associate Head Coach Mission Viejo Nadadores John Dussliere, who gave a rundown on what makes open water great.

About Open Water Planet

Open Water Planet (OWP) was created to provide the open water sports community a place to call their own.  We are spread all over the world but we are alike in so many ways.   We work hard, we play hard. There is always an excuse to travel and the thrills are all the reward  we need.  Our pools have no walls and the lanes are ever-changing. OWP spreads it’s core message of never fearing the unknown through the company’s series of open water events, clinics, swim travel, training programs and custom gear. All specifically aimed at helping those passionate about the water to get where they want to go.

Swimming news release is courtesy of Open Water Planet, a SwimSwam partner. 

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Stanford head coach? Some one needs to check the to see if this is true.


Is the Triton Southern Cross event going to be held in Ft. Myers in December 2018?

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