The Netherlands’ Ferry Weertman won Olympic gold in the men’s 10k open water after touching out Greece’s Spiros Gianniotis in a furious sprint to the finish Tuesday morning at Copacabana
The Netherlands’ Sharon van Rouwendaal won Olympic gold in the women’s 10k open water Monday morning at Copacabana Beach in Rio. Van Rouwendaal won the race by more than 16
By Abby Bergman, Swimming World College Intern Colorado open water swimmer and Smith College team captain Eliza Cummings is preparing to become the 8th person to swim nonstop and unassisted from
The fourth stop of the 2016 FINA Open Water World Cup took place in Lac St. Jean, Canada on Thursday and Canadians won both the women’s and the men’s event.
Heather Clatworthy swam from Moville to Portstewart on Wednesday. The 34 year old Irish woman became only the second official swimmer of the 13 mile distance, and the first to complete
Adam Ellenstein completed a 65 mile (105 kilometer) swim of Lake Okanagan in British Columbia on Tuesday night. The swim, which he estimated would take 40 hours to complete, took almost
Case Western Reserve University rising junior Logan Smith was recently presented with the Cynthia Earley Scholarship at the Great Chesapeake Bay Swim in Annapolis, Maryland. The Great Chesapeake Bay Swim,