SwimSwam’s Mike Lewis, Dave Durden, and Nick Folker prepare to call the 2013 Tiburon Mile.
The view from Tiburon with Angel Island (the starting point for the RCP Tiburon Mile).
There are so many great things about open water swimming that it’s crazy to pick out only 10. But here…
Meredith Novack is the fastest person, male or female, to pull a double crossing of the Auau Channel in Hawaii.
Haley Anderson is back at USC training with the post grads on the Trojan Swim Club
This Swim Across America event was extremely successful for the Brown University, raising money with the largest attendance of university athletes in one event.
The Tiburon Mile – one of the world’s best open water races will be coming September 29th
For Team YOTA, Anil Chintapalli has raised the most amount of money for his team at $1,250.00. He is swimming in the relay for swim across America in honor of his grandmother who is fighting the battle with bile duct cancer and in memory of his grandfather. He loves to swim because it is lots of fun, and he has wanted to swim on YOTA since he was about four taking lessons at the Cary YMCA and doing the YOTA stroke school.
Wednesday is the last day to register for Eric Shanteau’s open water races and clinics in Atlanta on Saturday.
Haley Anderson (top) did not qualify for the Open Water National Team despite being named the sport’s top swimmer in 2013. That’s a problem.
Katie Ledecky at the 2013 FINA World Championships, she was honored multiple times this weekend. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
Haley Anderson and Catherine Vogt won two awards at last nights US Aquatics Sport Awards. (Photo Credit: Haley Anderson)
Crimson’s Alex Meyer Honored with 2013 Fran Crippen Memorial Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year Award
Crimson’s Alex Meyer has been honored with the Fran Crippen Memorial Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year Award for the third consecutve year. Meyer represented the United States in the 10K and 25K races at the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis)
Locals Sophia Thompson (left) 12, 1mile swim, 1st in age group. Ali Schwein (right) 16, 1 mile 5th in age group (Photo courtesy of Jake Bright