Two-time open water U.S. National champ Becca Mann has turned professional, forgoing her final two seasons of NCAA competition for USC to focus on next year’s Olympic qualifying in open water swimming.
Ashley Twichell finished the 2018 Tiburon Mile just 6 seconds behind the men’s champion. It was her 4th-straight title in the women’s race.
In addition to the coaching staff, 3 current and former USA Swimming Open Water National Team members, including the defending World Champion in the 5k Ashley Twichell (above), will attend.
The Italians won the Open Water Trophy at the European Championships with 175 points.
Thanks to 23 gold medals in Glasgow, including 10 earned in pool swimming, Russia has passed Germany for the top of the all-time medals table across disciplines, based on a traditional Gold-Silver-Bronze sort.
Jordan Wilimovsky won his third medal of 2018 Pan Pacs with a hard-fought 10K open water victory, while Haley Anderson battled back over the final lap to win the women’s event.
The RCP Tiburon Mile is coming up August 19th, 2018. 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.
Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky won the men’s 25k to give him two gold and three total medals for the Open Water competition at the European Championships.
Hayden Hemmens from Newport Beach Ocean Lifeguard Assoc. wins Men’s overall title and LA County’s Jenna Solberg Takes Home Women’s overall points title for third consecutive year
Courtesy: FINA China’s Xin Xin and Germany’s Christian Reichert were the best out of 44 swimmers (22 men, 22 women)…
The open water race course is well-within the FINA temperature standards for Tuesday morning’s open water events.
LA County Surf Life Saving Association (Calif.) Opens up a Large Lead with Monmouth County (N.J.) Following in Second Place
Age Group Champions Crowned in Surf Boat Race, Surf Ski Race, American Ironwoman, American Ironman and Beach Flags Events; Competition Continues Friday at 8:00 a.m.
Ferry Weertman won gold in the men’s 10k at the European Championships after the judges required a photo finish to determine the winner.
Sharon van Rouwendaal won gold in the women’s Open Water 5k at the European Championships.