Jack Burnell and Chelsea Gubecka won the 5 km events at the Australian Open Water Championships…
Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby of New Zealand will be heading to Setubal, Portugal to compete for the opportunity to swim the 10 km event in Rio…
Jarrod Poort and Kareena Lee both qualified to compete in the 10 km event in Setubal, Portugal in June…
Some of the best open water swimmers in the world will compete at the 2016 Australian Open Water Championships in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD this weekend…
American marathon swimmer Alex Meyer (featured above) emerged on top this weekend with Italian Rachele Bruni representing the ladies in the first leg of the 2016 10km World Cup.
The 2016 series of FINA’s main open water swimming circuit debuts this weekend, on Sunday February 7, in Patagones-Viedma, Argentina.
San Diego open water swimmer Robert Palmese, 25, will attempt the first triple crossing of the Catalina Channel on Aug. 11, 2016. He expects to spend 32 to 36 hours in the water and cross roughly 63 miles of ocean.
TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 4X IRONMAN World Champion Chrissie Wellington to its roster of brand ambassadors.
FINA will not be changing their equipment rules before the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, but at their Bureau meeting in Budapest they did agree to make the necessary changes beginning in September.
The sites of 2021 and 2023 World Championships, along with FINA’s Best Athletes of the Year, will be announced Sunday at FINA’s World Aquatics Gala.
The Ligue Européene de Natation (LEN) has approved new age groups proposed for the European Open Water Championships.
TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 3X IRONMAN and 2X IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion Craig “Crowie” Alexander to its roster of sponsored athletes.
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Matt DiLorenzo, Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport: “Mirinda is the true embodiment of a champion. We have loved sharing in her success thus far, and we look forward to supporting her in the future.”
Bad weather forced British swimmers Danny Hanlon and Bernard Stone to abandon a relay attempt to cross New Zealand’s Cook Strait.