Italy’s Martina Grimaldi won gold in the women’s 25K, one of three Italian medals between the men’s and women’s 25K, to help the Italian team dominate the final medal table at the 2016 European Open Water Championships.
Ous Mellouli (above), the defending Olympic champion in the 10km marathon swim, had to come through the last-chance Olympic qualifier meet to get his shot at gold in 2012.
3rd Leg, Setubal: Newcomer Jarrod Poort took out the men’s race in 1 hour 52 minutes, closely followed by regular performer Allan do Carmo, and 2012 Olympic silver medallist Thomas Lurz.
While a lot of the sporting world was focused on Brazil’s last minute win over Chile in the FIFA World Cup,…
The second stop on the FINA open water swimming world cup in Cancun Mexico saw several of the world’s top…
It should come as no surprise to see the Brazilian women off to a strong start in the 2014 FINA…
After an incredible season worldwide, Poliana Okimoto needed to step up to take this award, and she certainly did.
Emily Brunemann leads the FINA 10k Open Water World Cup standings going into the final race in Hong Kong
Germany’s Thomas Lurz is ripping up the the 2013 open water swimming action. (file photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Eva Fabian shares some insight behind today’s 25K open water swim at the world championships. This was Eva before the start of the 10K at the 2013 USA Swimming open water nationals. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Team USA’s Eva Fabian was the bronze medalist in today’s 25K open water swim at the World Championships in Barcelona. (file photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
The Brazilians did it again in Barcelona, grabbing two medals in the second women’s open water event. This time, though, it included gold. (Stock Photo: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)
Team USA’s Fabian will be looking to capitalize on her silver medalist performance in Cozumel at next month’s USA Swimming Open Water National Championships. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography
Canada’s Richard Weinberger and German’s Thomas Lurz will be competing at this weekend’s world cup stop in Mexico. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography
photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography