Another outstanding leg is in sight in the LEN Open Water Swimming Cup as reigning world champions will line up for the start in Barcelona on Saturday.
Olympic and World Champions, as well as avid open water swimmers of all ages and levels converge in the San Francisco Bay, California to battle it out in “one of the world’s most competitive open water swims.”
Some swimmers are tough to catch up with in the water and on land. Jordan Wilimovsky is one such swimmer.
Chelsea Gubecka, who was only 15 when she won bronze at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, will race on the Australian team again in 2018.
The 2018 Piranhas Open Water Extreme Race is Sep 1st in Pompano Beach, Florida. This event includes four open water races: 5k race, one mile, 500 meters junior race, and the short 100 meter Splash and Dash.
Jordan Wilimovsky won the 1-mile and 10k races at this year’s Flowers Sea Swim, an open water event held in Cayman Islands. But the 2015 world champion wasn’t the only big name among the almost 800 swimmers competing at the event.
Eney Jones sat down with Mike Curley, the head coach of the Orlando Highlanders, at the Flowers Sea Swim in the Cayman Islands, to talk about his team’s trip to and performances at the open water competition.
Ross Edgley is attempting to become the first person to swim around Great Britain – but not without some gory trials along the way.
Stephanie Horner et Hau-Li Fan se sont qualifies en eau libre pour l’équipe canadienne des Championnats pan-pacifiques.
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.