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Daily News of Open Water Swimming

The Daily News of Open Water Swimming

Get several news stories about the events, history, equipment, trends, personalities, race directors, rules, tactics, techniques, solo swimmers, governing bodies and training methodologies of open water swimming every single day.

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The Daily News of Open Water Swimming is a blog started in 2007 by Steven Munatones that averages over four articles about open water swimming events, people, equipment, trends, data or commentary every day of the year.

Coverage

One of the leading publications in the open water swimming world, it covers beach swims, solo swims, relays of all types and distances, marathon swims, charity swims, circumnavigations, professional races, stage swims, polls, surveys, eco-swims, camps, clinics, conferences, tours, FINA 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup circuit, FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix circuit and the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim on five continents and hundreds of countries.

It produces articles about events in lakes, rivers, oceans, bays, dams, channels, canals, estuaries, fjords, seas and around/between islands…as long as there are no lanes, no lines and no walls.

The Daily News of Open Water Swimming covers the sport of open water swimming as an online blog. It publishes news reports, race results, trends, reports, demographic data, insights from personalities of the sport, and photos, videos and quotes from open water swimmers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

It has published over 3,000 articles on beach swims, solo swims, relays, marathon swims, channel swims, charity swims, island circumnavigations, professional races, stage swims, eco-swims, camps, clinics, conferences, tours, FINA 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup circuit races, FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix circuit races and the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim. It covers competitions and attempts in lakes, rivers, oceans, bays, dams, reservoirs, channels, canals, estuaries, fjords, seas and around/between islands. The blog averages over four articles about open water swimming events, people, equipment, trends, data or commentary every day of the year.

Its motto is no lanes, no lines, no walls. Its staff has been observing, analyzing, studying, data mining, commentating and writing about the global open water community since 1978. Contributors come from a variety of countries including Spain, Italy, England, Ireland, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Cayman Islands, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Panama, Patagonia, Russia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Turks & Caicos, Bermuda, Canada, Tunisia, Iran, Iraq, Dubai, Oman, Brazil, Chile and the United States.


Open Water Source

Visit the most comprehensive source of open water swimming information from the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania.

Visit www.openwaterswimming.com