Pulling Bush With The Quarry Monster

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Swimming in a technical skill that requires focus, dedication, and teachers. And there were few who were an innovative, creative, and thoughtful as coach Bob Mattson. Matson of the [...]

Sid Cassidy Is A Paragon Of Open Water Success

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Paragon (noun): a person regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality. Paragon Awards (noun): annual recognition given to individuals or organizations for outstanding contributions to Competitive Swimming, [...]

Handing Out A Yellow Card

American referee Sid Cassidy was caught on tape at the 2009 USA Swimming National Open Water Swimming Championships in Florida giving a yellow card to one of the swimmers. The process of blowing a whistle, [...]

First International Swimming Camp In Boca Raton

Yash Daryanani, the national swimming team coach of Suriname, along with Elena Romantsov, Lisa Bocchino and Sid Cassidy are organizing the First International Swimming Camp in Boca Raton, Florida from August 12th-18th. Swimmers from 5 continents [...]

Parenting In The Open Water – Part 2

Many open water swimming associations around the world have put limitations on the age of children who can swim in its events or venues, from the Channel Swimming & Piloting Federation and FINA to many [...]

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