The Italians, Pasquale Sanzullo and Veronica Santoni, doubled down the titles in the 4th leg of the LEN European Open Water Cup in Navia. What’s more, in the men’s event they did a complete sweep of the medals.
Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha and Viviane Jungblut topped the women’s podium, while Fernando Ponte and Diogo Villarinho earned silver and bronze on the men’s side at the Lac St. Jean Marathon Swim World Series.
Athletes who have qualified for the Pan Pacific Championships in open water swimming will be able to add pool events (and vice versa) in Tokyo, USA Swimming has confirmed.
High school seniors Michael Brinegar and Erica Sullivan are among the 12 athletes who will represent the U.S. in Israel.
Courtesy: AbbyBergman.com Entering the choppy waters of the Hudson River at Pier A on Saturday morning, Abby Bergman was part…
The French claimed four out of six titles in the individual races at the European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships in Malta. Sadly, the relay events were cancelled on the last day.
Courtesy: Brogan Open Water Classic OHIO Masters Swim Club hosted the 29th Annual Brogan Open Water Classic on July 14…
Jordan Wilimovsky has seen immense success both in the pool and in open water, but “it’s all distance” to him.
Nathalie Pohl completed the 46-kilometre 20 Bridges Swim, formerly known as the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, in 8:12:37 hours as the third fastest European woman in the history of the swim and became the first German woman to complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming.
Scotland’s Loch Lomond will play host to open water swimming at the 2018 European Championships.
Hungary’s Kristof Rasovszky won his second race in the season, just as in last year he came first in Barcelona, ahead of France’s world champions Marc-Antoine Olivier and Axel Reymond.
Another outstanding leg is in sight in the LEN Open Water Swimming Cup as reigning world champions will line up for the start in Barcelona on Saturday.
Olympic and World Champions, as well as avid open water swimmers of all ages and levels converge in the San Francisco Bay, California to battle it out in “one of the world’s most competitive open water swims.”
Some swimmers are tough to catch up with in the water and on land. Jordan Wilimovsky is one such swimmer.
Chelsea Gubecka, who was only 15 when she won bronze at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, will race on the Australian team again in 2018.