Spinal injuries charity Aspire has celebrated seven years of fundraising through open water swimming events.
Organising a race is just like organising a wedding, but with the possibility that all your guests might drown
Ice swimmers, marathon swimmers and Olympic swimmers are among the nominees for the 2015 WOWSA Awards, honouring people, events and contributions to the world of open water swimming
When the starting gun fires for New Zealand’s Bay of Islands’ swim on 28 November it will mark 10 years of growth of open water swimming in the country.
A group of seven swimmers from South Africa is about to set off for Argentina armed with chainsaws.
Uswim Openwater say they’re expecting more than 200 participants at next year’s New Year’s Day swim, scheduled for 11:00 on 1 Jan 2016 and taking place in Salford Quays.
Aspire celebrates seven years of open water swimming
Learning to juggle
WOWSA Awards head to the Lakes
New Zealand Ocean Swim Series marks tenth anniversary
Swimmers with chainsaws to attempt world’s highest swim
Fifth year for Uswim Openwater New Year’s Day Charity Swim