Kane Radford has notched up his fifth consecutive national title in the 10km New Zealand Open Water Championships at Lake Taupo today.
Ty Stevens, U.S. Orca Brand Manager: “I have been familiar with the Orca brand since my early days as a triathlete. Orca has always maintained a high level of respect within the triathlon community, and I look forward to carrying on its great heritage”
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The Italian open water team, including Olympic qualifiers Bruni, Ruffini, and Vanelli, has set its training schedule moving forward to Rio.
Mexico will no longer host a pair of major FINA open water events in 2016 according to a document on the Brazilian Swimming Federation’s site – most notably, Mexico will no longer host the 2016 Open Water Junior World Championships.
FINA has just announced that the second leg of its 2016 Open Water Swimming Grand Prix has been cancelled.
25km open water World Champion Ana Marcela Cunha has been named Brazil’s female Athlete of the Year by the Brazilian Olympic Committee.
Marathon swimmer John Humenik has been conquering the open water for the past ten years, participating in events ranging from the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim to the Three Rivers Marathon Swim, to the Ocean Games.
Americans Chip Peterson and Christine Jennings won the 3-part King & Queen of the Sea open water series in Brazil.
CNN Philippines and several other sources are reporting that a Chinese swimmer drowned on Friday in the International Cross Harbor Race.
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“They’ll use booms to temporarily improve the water, similar to those used in oil spills. They believe they can improve the water by 80%”
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This guest column was provided by and is courtesy of VASA, a SwimSwam partner, and Matt Kredich, the 2013 Swammy Award winning College Coach of the Year.