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Little Is Huge

https://youtu.be/6RJcUOJKX-U https://youtu.be/Zas1NFhaLkQ Little Is Huge Courtesy of Clark Little Photography, Oahu, Hawaii. While open water swimmers stand onshore to stretch, plan out, and recover from their swim, Clark Little spends a vast majority [...]

Ferguson Freestyling Across The Molokai Channel

Ferguson Freestyling Across The Molokai Channel Photos courtesy of © Sarah Ferguson's 18 km swim from Umlanga to Durban in South Africa. Report courtesy of Linda Kaiser, Ka'iwi Channel, Hawaii. South African Sarah Ferguson from [...]

Follow Meredith Novack Via New Mobile App

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Meredith Novack is the subject of a new mobile app via FanHero. The Honolulu-based Novack explains, "There are only a few professional athletes in the entire world that have [...]

Absolutely Awesome Antonio

Courtesy of Nora Toledano, Sandy Beach, Oahu, Hawaii. Antonio Argüelles Díaz-González was expecting a 16-hour crossing of the Molokai Channel today. But he faced some big seas and massive swells along the way. The 2015 [...]

Communicating From The Channel

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Open water swimmers, coaches and crews have found many ways to communicate with others on terra firma (dryland) while out doing a channel swim or other open water swim [...]

Hasta Mānana

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Decades ago, we used to swim from Makapuʻu Beach at the eastern end of Oʻahu in Hawaii, around Mānana Island, an uninhabited islet located 1.2 km) off Kaupō Beach [...]

Tandem Swimmers From Indianapolis Get Sandy

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. 54-year-old Jim Barber and 47-year-old Victoria Rian, stalwarts from the Indianapolis (Indiana) open water swimming community, touched down near Sandy Beach on Oahu after swimming across the Molokai Channel [...]

Cameron Keith Crushes Ka’iwi

Interview courtesy of Mackenzie Miller from Newport Beach, California. Photo shows Cameron Keith with his escort kayaker Jeff Kozlovich. The Moloka’i Channel, also known as the Ka’iwi Channel, is 26 miles (42 km) of currents, [...]

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