Two-time Olympic silver medalist for Great Britain in Rio, Jazz Carlin, leads her nation’s open water roster for the 2018 European Championships.
Germany’s Florian Wellbrock touched home first today (Saturday June 16) in Balatonfured (HUN) on the occasion of the fourth leg of the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series 2018.
As the Motor City Mile looks to 2019, it will come under the umbrella of Swim Across America to become Swim Across America—Motor City Mile.
Through a collaboration with Ohio Swimming and the Cincinnati Aquatic Club, the 2018 Indiana State Open Water Swimming Championships are no longer canceled and will now be contested on Wednesday, June 27.
American Haley Anderson came away with the win at the second stop of the LEN European Open Water World Cup in France.
The body of a 45-year-old man has been recovered from Lake Audubon in Virginia after he disappeared during an open water swim Sunday.
The largest-ever fields in the event’s history are gathering in Gravelines, France, for the second stop of the LEN European Open Water Cup. The discipline’s greatest stars will line up for the race, Olympic and World champions – altogether 211 swimmers.
The 2008 10km Olympic qualifier and 2017 Winter World Championships bronze medalist will attempt a two-way English Channel swim in July, raising money for Friends of the Earth.
50-year-old Ben Lecomte is attempting to swim 5,500 miles in about 180 days.
Nance, fourth from left, swam the channel in just under 14 hours in mid-May.
Brazil has named their roster for the 2018 FINA Open Water World Junior Championships.
Hundreds of swimmers from across the country will splash into Reston, Virginia’s Lake Audubon on Memorial Day weekend for the 31st annual Jim McDonnell Lake Swims (JMLS).
Haley Anderson was the first American woman to medal in Open Water. She won a silver medal in the 2012 Olympics in the 10k. Anderson also made the 2016 Olympic Team in Rio in the 10k.
Stéphane Lecat de la FFN en entrevue avec Trans-faire (e-campus) au sujet de la culture de la victoire en eau libre.
Italy’s Simone Ruffini and Arianna Bridi were the fastest today on Sunday in the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series in the Seychelles.