Three months after the 25k open water competition was canceled mid-race at the European Championships, LEN is awarding medals following an investigation.
The FINA Open Water Tour will feature six events, with the annual series complementing open water swimming at the 2023 World Championships in Fukuoka.
Current redshirt senior at Rutgers and former National Team member Cathryn Salladin has announced her medical retirement.
Paltrinieri’s win moved him into a tie for the overall series title with Kristof Rasovszky, while Ana Marcela Cunha emerges as the women’s series winner.
“The reasons for the sanctions as well as for the protective measures still exist: this is not the time to change any of our sanctions…” Thomas Bach said.
If you’re hoping to swim throughout the coldest months of the year, open water Olympian and dryrobe® Ambassador Keri-anne Payne is here to help.
Rosie Foley, racing in honor of her late brother, is just the second Irish woman to complete open water swimming’s Triple Crown.
Elite swimming is set for a return to Western Australia with the iconic Busselton Jetty to be centre stage for the 2023 Australian Open Water Championships.
Kostich, 52, recently placed second in the Double Waikiki Rough Water Swim, a 7000-meter swim from San Souci Beach to Ala Wai Channel and back.
USA Swimming announced Katie Grimes and Brennan Gravley as the Open Water Swimmers of the Year winners at the Annual Business Meeting.
SwimSwam sat down with Sarah Thomas, the world record-holder for the longest continuous swim done in current-neutral conditions (104.6 miles).
36-year-old Ross Edgley swam continuously for 52 hours and 39 minutes, setting the record for longest swim in Loch Ness at 49 miles.
2016 Olympic bronze medallist Marc-Antoine Olivier is among the favorites in a stacked men’s field that also features German Rob Muffels.
Long Beach Masters swimmer Gustavo Penilla reportedly suffered a heart attack during the annual Waikiki Roughwater Swim and died soon after on Sept. 5th.
With four gold medals and three bronze, Hungary finished top of the medal table at Open Water World Juniors, unseating the United States, the 2018 winner.