Accomplished open water swimmers speak on competing in the Maui Channel Swim From Lanai to Maui.
Alicia Aemisegger of Princeton won back-to-back Ivy League titles in the 1000 free in 2007 and 2008 as part of a 13-time All-American career.
Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Franko Grgic, Zac Reid, Johnny Carlisle, Fayetteville, North Carolina & Flowers Sea Swim.
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.
Hours of heavy rainfall did not dampen the spirits of more than 425 swimmers who swam in the first day of the 5th Barbados Open Water Festival (BOWF) in Carlisle Bay this past weekend.
In 2016, Barbados enjoys a golden year of 50 years and the Barbados Open Water Festival (BOWF) will enjoy a milestone of its own as it hosts its fifth event Nov 2-6.
American open water swimmer Alex Meyer confirms to SwimSwam that he has retired from the sport.
USA Swimming announced today the 12 members of the Open Water National Team for 2016-17.
Watch Andrew Gemmell win the national 10k title at the 2016 USA Swimming Open Water National Championships.
An untimely disqualification on first finisher Andrew Gemmell pushed Dutch swimmer Ferry Weertman to the top of the standings in the men’s 10K at the 2016 U.S. Open Water Nationals.
SwimMac’s Cullen Jones came out on top in a clash with teammate Jimmy Feigen in the 100m freestyle.
Bruni was a victor for the second year in a row.
American marathon swimmer Alex Meyer (featured above) emerged on top this weekend with Italian Rachele Bruni representing the ladies in the first leg of the 2016 10km World Cup.
Three hundred and five swimmers converged on the spectacular Carlisle Bay in Barbados this past weekend for the fourth annual Barbados Open Water Festival.
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