The open water swimming community is doing more and more POW(Pool Open Water) events, but the Japanese have really stepped it up a notch. Instead of doing a POW competition in a rectangular 50-meter pool, the Oiso ...
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What is IMSHOF?The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF) is a global celebration of marathon swimming luminaries, heroes and heroines.
Its website is now available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, French and German.
The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame was established in 1961 and is an affiliate organization to the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Its mission is to recognize the marathon swimmers throughout the world and is governed by an international selection committee of marathon swimming experts.
The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF), supported entirely by donations, recognizes not only the world’s most successful swimmers in competitive races, but also individuals for their solo swim exploits around the world. It is a non-profit educational sports hall of fame devoted to marathon swimming and is dedicated to promoting the athletes, coaches, administrators, pilots, reporters, volunteers, organizations, race directors and associations affiliated with marathon swimming. It immortalizes online the achievements and contributions of those who have distinguished themselves in this sport.