Swim Cortez 2.0

Paul Lundgren will attempt to swim across Mexico"s 80-mile Sea of Cortez in November. The Solo Cortez attempt may take up to 60 hours and will follow the Channel Swimming Association rules where no stinger [...]

Disciplined Research On Jellyfish Proposed

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. One of the most anticipated topics of discussion at the 2013 Global Open Water Swimming Conference and International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies to be held in [...]

When Jellyfish Replace Sharks

While most people who spend their time entirely on terra firma believe sharks are always lurking out for swimmers in the oceans, open water swimmers are much more likely to encounter mammals and invertebrates in [...]

Harpoon Harper Sitting Clean

Young Harper of Redwood City in northern California is ready for the open water and all its marine life that he may encounter along the way. His mother digs nautical haircuts and open water swimming [...]

Chloë McCardel To Explain What Happened

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Chloë McCardel and her team, led by husband Paul McQueeney, have safely returned to Key West, Florida after her attempt to swim from Cuba to the US was ended [...]

Different Reactions To Jellyfish Stings

“Oh s**t!” “Not bad; I can take those stings.” “It feels like a branding iron pressed into the flesh.” “They felt like little pin pricks.” “Never had I felt such pain in my life.” “It’s [...]

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