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The 14th Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim, A Major Fundraiser For NPS, Set For May 28

Date: 
Sunday, 28 May, 2017 (All day)

ST. JOHN — Imagine the Caribbean sun, azure water, white sand beaches, and vibrant coral reefs that await competitors as they swim through the pristine Virgin Islands National Park Service (NPS) waters. Described by Swimming World Magazine as “the most beautiful open water swim in the world”, the Beach-to-Beach Power Swim — set for May 28 on St. John, according to a release NPS issued Monday — was recently ranked in the top 20 on two reputable open water swimming websites.

Rory joins select few to brave the chilly English Channel

A HAMPSHIRE man has become one of the first people to swim the English Channel before the summer months.

Rory Fitzgerald joined seven other cold acclimatised swimmers to attempt the earliest, and coldest cross-channel relay swim.

The channel swimming season normally starts in June, when water temperatures rise above 14°C. The previous earliest recorded successful swim was accomplished by Howard James in May last year, who organised the team’s venture.

How wearable technology is changing water sports

With a new version just out, the watch offers specialized functions for swimming, open water swimming, SUP boarding and rowing, making it a water ...

Couch To 5K Open Water Swim Challenge Comes To Lough Erne

Waterways Ireland has welcomed Maureen McCoy and Paul McCambridge’s efforts to bring their Couch to 5K Swim Challenge to Lough Erne.

The 10-week programme is designed to bring swimmers out of the pool and into the open water. The scheme will run over five fortnightly sessions from June to August 2017 and will provide swimmers with the knowledge, skills and training to ultimately complete a 5km swim event.

Robinson takes out Webby by a fraction...

After all of the rain, we were hoping for a clear day on Saturday for the King of the Bays, to round off the season - and wow did the weatherman over deliver! The beautiful sunny day (with just a little bit of chop out there to keep the ocean swimmers happy!) made for a perfect finale with 1400 swimmers taking part in the four distances across the day.

The fastest swimmers across the line in the 2.8km distance were NZ Open Water Champion, Matthew Scott (35:16mins) and 2016 Rio Olympian, Emma Robinson (35:58mins). 

Charlotte Webby’s second place in the event secured her the Overall Series female title, retaining her title from last year. While Matthew Scott’s fourth win of the summer confirmed him our Overall Series male winner.

Check out the event results, non-wetsuit results and photos from our final event of the season. 

National swimmer to compete in World Cup

National swimmer Anna Gurbanova will compete in the World Championship to be held in Budapest, Hungary.

"I am happy to compete under the Azerbaijani flag ", she said while talking to Trend Life.

The 17th FINA World Championships will be held in Budapest and Balatonfüred from July 14 to July 30. World championships for six disciplines will be held in the middle of the high season.

Qatar Open Water Swimming Championship to kick off on 28th of April

Doha: The annual Qatar Open Water Swimming Championship will kick off in Al Dhakira Corniche on the 28th of April.

Race is open for all, both individuals teams male and female.

Sign up for the COEGA Mina Mile Open and make a splash!

The COEGA Sunwear/GO Sport Mina Mile Open Water Swim Series makes its final splash of the season next week and you can still join with registration still open.

On Saturday, April 15, hundreds will flock to Barasti Beach at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort in Dubai as they take to waters across different distances.

New Cancer Research swimming challenge revealed for Welwyn Garden City

Cancer Research UK has just announced a brand new obstacle swimming challenge on the open waters of Stanborough Park, in Welwyn Garden City.

Obstacle Swim will see hundreds of participants powering their way through adrenaline packed obstacles across either a 500m or 1km open water swimming course.

The event, which takes place on May 21, is designed for everyone from novice open water swimmers to swimming enthusiasts looking for a different kind of challenge.

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