One of the most anticipated competitions of 2018, the Pan Pacific Championships, will now be undergoing a change of venue for its open water portion.
The 2018 South African National Open Water Swimming Championships took place over the weekend, with domestic and international athletes convening at the Marina Martinique in Jeffrey’s Bay on Sunday, March 4th.
A team of six brave swimmers are hoping to break the world record for crossing the English Channel FOUR times in a row later this year – a feat no other European team has ever completed.
Swimming is the only sport where the coach yells at you for breathing, for actually taking in air or energy.
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Gregorio Paltrinieri won a 4km open water race in Melbourne over the weekend, clocking a time of 35:57.
Seven marathon swimmers will compete in the first two events of the FINA 10K World Series.
American Ashley Twichell earned her 4th Midmar Mile title over the weekend.
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TYR Sport is proud to announce the addition of 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion Holly Lawrence to its growing roster of world-class athletes.
Offshore banking hub Seychelles will host its first official FINA event in 2018.
SwimSwam caught up with Norman Todd, whose dip in Loch Glascarnoch went viral last week.
The 2018 Australian Open Water Championships concluded in Adelaide Sunday.
16-year-old Chloe Green continued her stellar racing on Saturday.
19-year-old Chelsea Gubecka and 20-year-old Nick Sloman took home gold in the 10K on Friday.
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