What You Can, While You Can

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Alli DeFrancesco is a marathon swimmer and runner from California. A cancer survivor, she swims to raise money for First Descents, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young adult [...]

Triathletes Challenged To Sub-32 Marathon

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The Sub-32 Marathon Club (also Sub-3 Squared Club) is a select group of endurance athletes who have swum a full 10 km marathon swim without a wetsuit, fins or [...]

What Is The Pitch For Swimming In America?

Photos courtesy of USA Swimming. While there is reportedly over one million individuals who do some form of winter swimming throughout China, over 85% of Australians live near its beautiful coastlines, and nearly every elementary [...]

The Why’s Of Swimming In Really Cold Water

Courtesy of Janet Kylander Manning for the United States Winter Swimming Championships, Vermont. While the British, Irish, Russians, Chinese, Slovenians, Finnish, Latvians, and South Africans have help national winter swimming events, 2015 will see the [...]

Every Breath A Gift On Land And In The Water

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Darren Miller has transformed himself from a collegiate sprinter to a bodybuilder to one of the world's most foremost channel swimmers. The famed Oceans Seven swimmer is now in [...]

Swimming The Catalina Channel At Night

Courtesy of Jim Clifford who became history's oldest person to swim across the Catalina Channel. Around midnight on September 28th, I stepped off the beach at Catalina Island and entered the ocean on one of [...]

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