When The END Is Not In Sight

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Not only is the water of the Red River of the North muddy and churned up, but the winding river makes it impossible to see the distance from afar. [...]

The Triple Crown Of Lake Monster Swims

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The Triple Crown is a long sought-after achievement in the world of open water swimming. The original Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming includes a successful completion of the [...]

Border Buster Is A Friendly Competition

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The 15-mile Border Buster is a legal exception to the rule of law. Passports and border checks are required when crossing the border between Canada and the United States. [...]

Pioneers Are Honored From North To South

Photos by Phil White. Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Magog (Québec, Canada) Mayor Vicki May Hamm honored Billy Connor and Sarah Thomas at City Hall in Magog, Québec for their historic swims: Connor's first [...]

Sarah Thomas Does It Over And Over Again

There are few in the open water swimming world who elicit the global praise and deeply felt respect and admiration like American marathon swimmer Sarah Thomas. The Colorado native embodies the mantra of fellow open [...]

Sarah Thomas, Double-Crosser Twice Over

31-year-old Sarah Thomas did it again. After her successful Lake Tahoe two-way crossing in August, Thomas took on another two-way attempt in Lake Memphremagog that stretches from the U.S. state of Vermont to the Canadian [...]

Sarah Thomas, The Double-Crosser

After becoming the first person to complete a two-way bioprene crossing of Lake Tahoe earlier this summer, Sarah Thomas has accepted another double-crossing challenge: a 50-mile two-way crossing attempt of Lake Memphremagog between the U.S. [...]

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