Recently the Independent (UK) summed it up nicely: “It’s easy to understand all the fuss about Barbados’s beaches: miles and…
The French won their 5th open water medal in as many events with a gold in the mixed 5k on Thursday.
Ashley Twichell claimed the first gold of the competition for the Americans in the women’s 5k open water.
FINA, the world governing body for 6 major disciplines of aquatic sports, have announced the results of the Open Water…
At a meeting Monday, a few hours after announcing their 2017 State of the Sport report, Open Water Planet announced that it had joined forces with several new sponsors, the most interesting being dryrobe®, a company that makes changing robes for changing in and out of suits or wetsuits outdoors.
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Ferry Weertman (NED) edged Jordan Wilimovsky (USA) for 10k World Championship gold in Budapest.
Ana Marcela Cunha had a tough road to the bronze medal in the women’s 10k at the World Championships.
After four days in Budapest, China leads with five gold and eight total medals.
Samantha Arevalo (left) achieved an unprecedented level of success among Ecuadorian aquatic sports on Sunday.
Aurelie Muller defended her women’s 10k World title on Sunday in Lake Balaton.
France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier won the first gold medal of the 2017 FINA World Championships with a win in the men’s 5k.
Two-time Olympic champ Ous Mellouli will be withdrawing from the FINA World Championships in Budapest due to a training injury, the Tunisian national tweeted today.
Britain’s Marathon Swimming Lead Bernie Dietzig says, “The World Championships is always incredibly competitive. We will be expecting a huge field in both the men’s and women’s 10km and we have done everything we can this season to be ready for this.”