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The FIRST Pure Grenada Open Water Swim

Date: 
Saturday, 21 September, 2019 - 09:00

Pure Grenada - Discover the Spice of the Caribbean
 
 Join us for the Caribbean’s newest open water swim – the islands beauty, sunshine, white sands and crystal clean waters mean it’s Pure Grenada!  Presented by Aqua Moon Adventures, the Grenada Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) and the Grenada Department of Tourism.

Cunha and Wellbrock win Marathon Swim World Series

Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil and Florian Wellbrock of Germany emerged as winners of the FINA Marathon Swim World Series, which took place on Doha’s iconic Corniche yesterday.

Hundreds take part in Doha Open Water Challenge

Hundreds of kids and adults took the plunge in the Corniche waters as Qatar Swimming Association (QSA) organised the Doha Open Water Challenge yesterday. 
The Qatari citizens and residents showed a lot of enthusiasm as they tested the waters in perfect conditions, a day prior to the FINA Marathon Swim World Series. 

Strong Women: ‘People say I am fearless. But that is rubbish. I am human’

Women have long been indoctrinated with the idea that you have to look a certain way in order to be fit. It’s everywhere. Adverts, social media, TV shows – the only women who get to be strong, healthy and love their bodies are size 6 Instagram models, clad head-to-toe in lycra with intimidating abs and an inexplicable thigh gap.

Is taking a dip in ice-cold water the key to happiness?

The World Happiness Report named Finland as the happiest country on Earth, and for one Canadian writer living in the Nordic country, that might be due in part to the cultural practice of ice swimming.

Helsinki-based Katja Pantzar, author of The Finnish Way, told 680 CJOB that she quickly became hooked on the idea of ‘sisu’ – a local concept of resilience –  upon moving to Finland.

What I Learned in the Open Water

A few years ago at the Santa Cruz Wharf the August sun was hot, the noise of hundreds swarming around me unbearable. The air smelled of neoprene and sunscreen. Tottering in the sand, I dodged bags of sports jelly beans, electrolyte powder, and the detritus of obsessive sports regimens. Groggy from my 4:30 alarm, I squeezed between amped triathletes yelling over 80s music, stretching their limbs in all directions.

2019 FINA Professional Marathon Swimming Circuit

There is one constant on the FINA professional marathon swimming circuit: change.
Races come and races go as the number and locations of the events change from year to year. 2019 will continue that trend.

Aruba Open Water Winter Championship

Date: 
Sunday, 8 December, 2019 - 07:00

For the winter championships we will be swimming the following events: 1-3-5 km

For the 1 km event the following categories will participate for prizes:
8- 12 female-male
13 and older “ “

For the 3 km event the following categories will participate for prizes:
12 – 13 years female-male
14 and older “ “

Aruba National (Open) Open Water Championship

Date: 
Sunday, 23 June, 2019 - 07:00

This year we will be swimming 3 distances, 1-3-5 KM. The age for all competitors will be considered as at December 31, 2019.

The Aruba National (Open) championships are open for all nationalities but only Aruba nationals (Official (censo) registered Aruba residents) are eligible for the title of National Champion. The first Aruba National in each age category will be official National Champion.

Himno y Bandera Open Water Championship

Date: 
Sunday, 24 March, 2019 - 07:00

This year we will be swimming 3 distances, 1-3-5 KM. The age for all competitors will be considered as at December 31, 2019.

The 5km will be a CCCAN (3-5 July) qualifying event for males and females in the age group 12-13, 14-17, 18&over

For the 1 km event the following categories will participate for prizes:
8- 12 female-male
13 and older “ “

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