Open water swimmer Nick Sloman will try to retain his Aussie national title at the rescheduled national open water championships set for March.
The 2021 Swimming Australia Open Water Championships have been officially postponed (new date TBD) due to coronavirus-related concerns.
Breed describes her training as well as some of her stories about swimming through jellyfish, in the dark, and in the same waters as sharks.
Amidst South Africa’s second wave of Covid-19 cases, Midmar Mile Race Director Wayne Riddin has postponed the event by 1 month and added safety precautions.
20-year-old Anastasia Kirpichnikova rose quickly in open water this year, winning 10K races at both Russia’s and France’s open water championships.
France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier won the only stop of the FINA Marathon Swimming World Series this year, then followed up with a French title in September.
14-year-old James Savage has become the youngest person to complete the 18.6km Around Coronado Open Water swim, finishing in a course record of 4:23.00.
Jonas Deichmann has completed the first leg of his triathlon around the world, setting a world record for the longest unsupported open water swim.
A virtual ceremony on Wednesday will see American swimmer Taylor Abbott, along with 2 other American athletes, receive upgraded medals from the 2019 Pan American Games.
On October 31, several of coach Jeff Julian’s former swimmers are planning to hold a 5 mile swim in his honor following his recent stomach cancer diagnosis.
As history rolls on and time slips away, the lessons of history become the legacy of a tragedy.
Olympians Haley Anderson and Jordan Wilimovsky won the 10k events at the West Coast Open Water Championships, the country’s largest open water meet.
Former open water elite Mark Warkentin remembers his complicated relationship with Fran, and how it evolved during, and then after, his own swimming career.
The women’s 5k race at the Queensland Open Water Championships saw an unexpected competitor in backstroke world record holder Minna Atherton.
A slew of open water stars are set to compete at the West Coast Open Water Championship including Jordan Wilimovsky, Haley Anderson, and Kieran Smith.