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WOWSA AWARDS 2023

The WOWSA Awards is an annual recognition of the world’s open water swimmers, products, services and events in 6 different categories.

Voting

The public can vote on the nominees split across 6 main award categories and will be able to vote on the WOWSA website from January 14, 2023 – January 31, 2024.

The voting academy will vote on the nominees split across 6 main award categories through a special form sent to all members of the academy. The deadline for voting is January 31, 2024.

The calculation of the final results will weigh the voting academy’s vote at 75%, while the public vote will count 25% towards choosing the final winners. Final Score will be calculated with the following formula = (academy votes / total academy votes) * 0.75 + (public votes / total public votes) * 0.25.

This year’s awards prizes for The Man and Woman of the Year are sponsored by GoPro, UltraSwim 33.3, Sharkbanz, JOLYN, Nike Swim, and dryrobe®

Sponsors

Discover the extraordinary products of our WOWSA award sponsors!

JOLYN
$100 Gift Certificate to the JOLYN website. Over a decade ago, JOLYN reinvented women’s competitive swimwear, making it better fitting, more durable and as unique as the women that inspired JOLYN’s design team. With a heritage of designing high-performance swimwear for world-class athletes, JOLYN makes a range of swimwear that fits comfortably, stays put and is made to last.
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Nike Swim
A bundle of Nike Swim products including 2 HydraStrong swim suits (the solid jammer and JDI Script Jammer for men and the Cutout One Piece and Racerback One Piece for women), 3 Nike goggles (Expanse Mirrored, Legacy Polarized & Expanse Swim Mask), a silicone cap, The Nike Quick Dry Swim Towel and the Nike Repel backpack.
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UltraSwim 33.3
Entry for UltraSwim 33.3 #3 Croatia, the epic adventure swim race – 33.3km spread over 4 days in a point-to-point ‘off-road’ format on 17-20 May 2024. The ULTRA package includes 4 nights hotel accommodation, breakfasts and finish line lunches.
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Sharkbanz
The Sharkbanz 2, a wearable shark deterrent for open water swimmers around the world to assist with safety and performance in training and competition. Sharkbanz can be worn on the ankle or wrist and does not use batteries or require charging. The technology represents two decades worth of peer-reviewed scientific research on magnetic technology as an effective shark deterrent.
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dryrobe®
dryrobe® Advance Long Sleeve. Often imitated, never bettered – dryrobe® Advance is the original outdoor changing robe. Designed to allow you to get changed in any location, it offers the ultimate protection from what nature has to offer, helping you swim all winter long. dryrobe® Advance has a unique fast-drying fleece super-warm lining, made with 100% recycled polyester.
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GoPro
HERO12 Black Waterproof Camera takes GoPro’s best-in-class image quality to the next level with new HDR (High Dynamic Range) 5.3K and 4K video, upgraded HyperSmooth 6.0 video stabilization and an industry-leading 177° field-of-view with Max Lens Mod 2.0. These features are wrapped into GoPro’s legendary waterproof, ultra-rugged design to ensure you get the shot, no matter the environment.
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Man of the Year

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Andrew Donaldson, a 32-year-old Scottish swimmer completed the Oceans Seven challenge in less than a year, setting the fastest ever cumulative time. He also broke five British records (English Channel, North Channel, Strait of Gibraltar, and Catalina Channel) and a world record for the Cook Strait swim, where he completed the 22km crossing in a time of 4 hours and 33 minutes.

In 2023, Florian Wellbrock at the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, became the second man to win both the 5km and 10km open water events. He secured the 10km title with a time of 1:50:40.30 and the 5km victory in 53:58.00. Additionally, Wellbrock competed in the Open Water Swimming World Cup, winning the 10km race in Egypt with a time of 1:52:53.20.

In 2023, at the age of 46, French open water swimmer and double Triple Crowner, Steve Stievenart achieved a historic milestone by completing a three-way crossing of the Catalina Channel, marking a world first with a time of 51 hours, 18 minutes, and 3 seconds.

In 2023, Jaime Lomelín Gavaldón set the speed record for swimming the 40 Bridges course in 19 hours and 25 minutes.  After a 19-year hiatus from competitive swimming as a FINA athlete, he made a comeback and successfully completed the Triple Crown, finishing each event in under 10 hours.

Ned Denison is the current chair of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF), a position he has held since 2018. He joined the committee in 2014 and is also an Honor Administrator. He is an accomplished marathon swimmer, having completed more than 50 marathon swims, including the Triple Crown and is the founder of the Cork Distance Week in Ireland.

Jonty Warneken is a British para athlete who became the first para swimmer to swim the North Channel solo in 2023. He completed the 33.5 mile (54 km) swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland in 15 hours and 24 minutes, despite the cold water, strong currents, and jellyfish stings. He is also a 3X Guinness World Record holder for para ice and channel swimming and a director as well as Vice President in the International Ice Swimming Association. He organized the first Para Country 4X250m relay at the Ice Swimming World Championships.

In 2023, Stephen Junk, a 62-year-old Australian marathon swimmer completed the Oceans Seven, becoming the third Australian and 26th person worldwide to achieve this. Junk, who overcame significant challenges including a collapsed lung, heart surgery, a stroke, and COVID-related delays.

In 2023, 49-year-old extreme swimmer Kieron Palframan from Cape Town, South Africa, completed the Oceans Seven challenge on October 6, 2023. He achieved this by swimming the 42 km Molokai Channel in Hawaii, from Molokai Island to Oahu, in 21 hours and 26 minutes.

Ram Barkai is a 64-year-old South African extreme swimmer and ice swimming administrator from Cape Town, South Africa. Barkai is a founder of the International Ice Swimming Association. Barkai governs and ratifies the Ice Sevens swim as chairman of the International Ice Swimming Association.

In 2023, Kristóf Rasovszky, an Olympic swimmer from Hungary, for the fourth consecutive year, secured the overall first place in the World Aquatics Open Water Swimming World Cup. He also won the gold medal in the Men’s 10km event held in Italy in 2023.

Woman of the Year

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Sarah Thomas is an American open water swimmer and breast cancer survivor who set a world record for the longest open-water swim in a lake in 2023. She swam the entire length of Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the United States, from the Colorado River to the Hoover Dam. The swim was about 47.5 miles long and took her 26 hours and 45 minutes to complete.

Dina Levačić, a Croatian open water swimmer is the first person from Croatia and the youngest woman in history to complete the Oceans Seven. She is also the 12th person in the world and the first person from Croatia to achieve the Original Triple Crown. She also completed the Irish Triple Crown (North Channel, Galway Bay, and Fastnet Rock), setting new female record for Fastnet.

In 2023, German open water swimmer Leonie Beck had a remarkable year, winning gold medals in both the 5k and 10k events at the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan. She also clinched the overall World Cup title for 2023 with victories in Egypt and Italy, positioning her as a leading contender for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

In 2023, Sophie Etheridge, a British adaptive swimmer with complex regional pain syndrome, completed the longest ever solo English Channel swim in a record time of 29 hours and 4 minutes. Using only her arms due to her condition, Etheridge’s achievement also supported the STARLIGHT campaign, aimed at training swimming teachers in disability swimming.

In 2023, Pat Gallant-Charette, at the age of 72, became the oldest person to complete a 23.5 km swim across Lake Malawi in 13 hours and 5 minutes. She also accomplished a 26.4 km swim across Lake Zurich in 13 hours and 10 minutes, contributing to her participation in the Stillwater Eight Challenge.

In 2023, at 16 years old, American Margaret Rivard became the youngest swimmer to complete the Triple Crown of open water swimming. She achieved this milestone by crossing the English Channel in 13 hours and 37 minutes.

In 2023, Jessika Robson, UK, set a record as the youngest person to swim the North Channel, completing the swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland at 17 years and 163 days old. Her 11 hours and 46 minutes swim earned her the Sport Lisburn & Castlereagh Sports Personality award for September 2023.

In 2023, Jerrie Roberts, a 73-year-old swimmer from Torquay, England, became the oldest international ice miler by swimming one mile in water below 5°C. She accomplished this feat in Scotland, completing the swim in 54 minutes and 53 seconds.

In 2023, American swimmer Ashley Twichell won the the gold medal in the 10 km open water event at the Pan American Games in Chile. She achieved this at the age of 34, following the birth of her son Lochlan in May 2020.

In 2023, Irish swimmer Brianna Jackson completed eight swims: Lambay Island to Rockabill Island, Galway Bay, Kish Bank Lighthouse to Lambay Island, Kish Lighthouse to Rushn, Baily Lighthouse beach to Bray, Fastnet Swim, Kish Bank Lighthouse to Fortyfoot, and Greystones Harbour to Shankill Beach. She was nominated for Female Swimmer and Leinster Swimmer of the Year.

Performance of the Year

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Andrew Donaldson, a 32-year-old Scottish swimmer completed the Oceans Seven challenge in less than a year, setting the fastest ever cumulative time. He also broke five British records (English Channel, North Channel, Strait of Gibraltar, and Catalina Channel) and a world record for the Cook Strait swim, where he completed the 22km crossing in a time of 4 hours and 33 minutes.

In 2023, at the age of 46, French open water swimmer and double Triple Crowner, Steve Stievenart achieved a historic milestone by completing a three-way crossing of the Catalina Channel, marking a world first with a time of 51 hours, 18 minutes, and 3 seconds.

In 2023, Andreas Waschburger, a German open water swimmer set a world record by crossing the English Channel in 6 hours, 45 minutes, and 25 seconds, breaking the previous eleven-year-old record for the 32.31 km distance held by Australian Trent Grimsey. Earlier that year, Washburger also became a world champion in ice swimming with the German mixed relay team.

Joe and John Zemaitis from the USA set a record by completing six 10-km marathon swims on six continents in 4 days 23 hours 43 minutes, from 6 to 11 June 2023. The swims started in Cartagena, Colombia (South America) and concluded in Sydney, Australia (Oceania).

In 2023, Florian Wellbrock at the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, became the second man to win both the 5km and 10km open water events. He secured the 10km title with a time of 1:50:40.30 and the 5km victory in 53:58.00. Additionally, Wellbrock competed in the Open Water Swimming World Cup, winning the 10km race in Egypt with a time of 1:52:53.20.

In 2023, Jaime Lomelín Gavaldón impressively set the speed record for swimming the 40 Bridges course in 19 hours and 25 minutes. His swimming career includes competing in top international events from 1987 for six years, including participating in the first FINA world championship. After a 19-year hiatus from competitive swimming as a FINA athlete, he made a comeback and successfully completed the Triple Crown, finishing each event in under 10 hours.

In 2023, Sophie Etheridge, a British adaptive swimmer with complex regional pain syndrome, completed the longest ever solo English Channel swim in a record time of 29 hours and 4 minutes. Using only her arms due to her condition, Etheridge’s achievement also supported the STARLIGHT campaign, aimed at training swimming teachers in disability swimming.

Swedish adventurer Jari Cennet Tammi accomplished a 541.7 km unsupported swim from Stockholm to Helsinki across the Baltic Sea. Over a total of 52 days, with 41 active swimming days, 64-year-old Tammi maintained an average of 13.79 km per day, overcoming significant challenges in this demanding open water route.

In 2023, Barry Murphy was honored with the ILDSA Male Senior Swimmer of the Year award for his achievements in long-distance swimming. He completed both the Irish Triple Crown and the Original Triple Crown in 2023. This accomplishment earned him a Guinness World Record as the “Oldest Male” to achieve the Original Triple Crown.

Becca Mann won the Trans Tahoe Solo with an impressive time of 3 hours and 53 minutes in 2023. Her performance was notable as she finished ahead of all but three of the 220 relay teams. Mann, a two-time United States Open Water National Champion is also the first person to complete The Triple Maui Nui swim, a challenging 69 km route connecting Maui, Lanai, and Molokai in 2019.

Adaptive Performance of the Year

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Para athlete

Jonty Warneken is a British para athlete who became the first para swimmer to swim the North Channel solo in 2023. He completed the 33.5 mile (54 km) swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland in 15 hours and 24 minutes, despite the cold water, strong currents, and jellyfish stings. He is also a 3X Guinness World Record holder for para ice and channel swimming and a director as well as Vice President in the International Ice Swimming Association. He organized the first Para Country 4X250m relay at the Ice Swimming World Championships.

In 2023, Sophie Etheridge, a British adaptive swimmer with complex regional pain syndrome, completed the longest ever solo English Channel swim in a record time of 29 hours and 4 minutes. Using only her arms due to her condition, Etheridge’s achievement also supported the STARLIGHT campaign, aimed at training swimming teachers in disability swimming.

Gill Castle is a British woman who became the first person with a stoma to swim solo across the English Channel in 2023. She swam from Dover to France in just under 14 hours, despite the cold water, strong currents, and jellyfish stings. She had to have a colostomy after suffering a severe injury during childbirth in 2011. She took on the challenge to raise awareness and funds for women with birth injuries and people with stomas.

Para athlete

Gerrard Gosens is a vision-impaired Australian Paralympian, triathlete, and adventurer. He became the first totally blind swimmer to circumnavigate 20 km around Great Keppel Island in Queensland in 2023. This challenge is part of his preparation for a 34km swim through the English Channel in 2024, aiming to raise $340,000 for the children’s charity Great Dreams.

Para athlete

Turan Hançerli is a Turkish lawyer, politician, and open water swimmer. He lost both of his arms in a car accident in 1993. He participated in the Dog Island Swim, a 16.5K course in Istanbul, as the second swimmer in a relay team. This event, held in memory of the thousands of dogs tragically abandoned on the island in 1910, Hançerli covered 4 kilometers in 30 minutes, using only his legs. Additionally, he completed the Bosphorus Cross Continental Swim and swam the Dardanelles in 2023.

Para athlete

In 2023, Andrew Griffiths, a 41-year-old swimmer from the UK, with Cerebral Palsy, participated in Best Fest and Coniston, completed the Ultra Swim 33.3, and in his first Para Masters event, he won three medals out of five races.

Para athlete

German para ice swimmer Tina Deeken, who has paralysis in her left leg and limited use of her left arm, won three women’s freestyle events at the 5th World Ice Swimming Championships (250 m, 100 m, and 50 m). She was named the 2023 Disabled Athlete of the Year by the Behinderten-Sportverbandes Niedersachsen (BSN). Deeken, an environmental advocate, completed a 50 km tandem swim in the River Weser with Tobias Prüßner to raise awareness about water pollution, swimming from Großenwieden to Minden in 9 hours under challenging conditions.

Para athlete

Kerry-Lee Gockel is an Australian open water swimmer with a disability who was born with congenital amelia, lacking arms. She has developed her own unique style of swimming using a freestyle kick with a pair of fins. She is also known as the Wingless Warrior. She has participated in several open water swimming events, including the 10km Island Charity Swim, where she raised money for the Sunshine Coast’s special schools. In November 2023, she completed the 3km Noosa Swim.

Para athlete

Nicola Doran, an Irish para swimmer, achieved significant milestones in 2023. She competed in the IISA 5th World Championship in Samoëns, France, where she won three gold and three silver medals. Doran completed an ice mile in Lake Wörthersee, Austria, in a time of 35 minutes. She became the first swimmer to complete the 65 km length of the Ards Peninsula in Northern Ireland raising funds for the Riding for the Disabled Causeway Coast & Glens. Her achievements were recognized with two awards: Swim Ireland Disability Swimmer of the Year in October and ILDSA Ulster Swimmer of the Year in November.

Patricia Heffernan, a 60-year-old deaf Irish open water and ice swimmer from Dublin, successfully completed four marathon swims: the Fastnet swim, Galway Bay, the Kish Lighthouse swim, and the route from Dun Laoghaire Harbour to Greystones. Her achievements in the year also included winning an age group bronze medal at the IISA 5th World Championship in Samoëns, France. Recognizing her exceptional performance in open water swimming, Heffernan was honored as the ILDSA Senior Swimmer of the Year Female at the 15th ILDSA Awards.

Event of the Year

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HITtheWALL Endurance Training is a four-day training weekend organized by Infinity Channel Swimming. The training covers topics such as physical and mental limits, safety issues, hydration, nutrition, psychological development, distance swimming, water temperature acclimatisation and teamwork. The training takes place in scenic locations such as Carlingford Lough and Camlough Lake.

The Lake Tahoe Marathon Swimming Federation (LTMSF) is an organization that promotes and supports marathon swimming across Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America. The LTMSF offers five different swim routes, ranging from 10.5 to 21.3 miles, that challenge swimmers to cross the lake in various directions. The LTMSF also provides guidance, documentation, and verification for swimmers who want to attempt these routes.

The Capri Napoli swim race is a 36 km (22 miles) open water marathon that starts from the island of Capri and finishes at Marina Grande Beach in Naples, Italy. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious swimming competitions in the world, and it is part of the Ultramarathon Swim Series. The race attracts professional and amateur swimmers from around the world.

Around-Coronado Swim is a near-circumnavigation of Coronado Island near San Diego, California. It is a challenging open water swim of 18.6 km (11.55 miles). The swim starts at Glorietta Bay Park on the San Diego Bay side and ends at Avenida Lunar, Gator Beach (before entering Navy SEAL territory). Dan Simonelli is an experienced marathon swimmer and coach who has completed this swim twice is the founder and director of the Open Water Swim Academy, which offers guidance and support for swimmers who want to attempt this swim.

UltraSwim 33.3 is a new international swimming series that challenges swimmers to complete 33.3 km, the iconic English Channel distance, over a four-day long weekend, in a point-to-point open water adventure race format. The series takes place in stunning and varied locations around the world, such as Croatia and Montenegro. The series also offers different sporting formats (skins or wetsuit), service package levels, and activities for friends and family.

Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean is a 32 km open water swimming race between Péribonka and Roberval in Quebec, Canada. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious swimming competitions in the world, and it is part of the Ultramarathon Swim Series. The race attracts professional and amateur swimmers from around the world.

The South32 Rottnest Channel Swim is a 19.7 km open water swim from Cottesloe Beach to Rottnest Island in Western Australia. It is one of the most iconic and challenging swimming events in the world, attracting thousands of participants every year.

Kingdom Swim is a true celebration of open water swimming held on Lake Memphremagog in the heart of the summer in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. It offers different distances and categories for swimmers of all levels, from 1 mile to 25 km. The event is organized by Phil White, Director of Kingdom Games.

Swim Oresund is a 20 km open water swim between Denmark and Sweden, across the Oresund Strait. It is one of the newest and most challenging swimming routes in the world. Swimmers start at Bellevue Beach in Denmark and finish at Lundåkrabukten in Sweden, crossing the busy and diverse waterway.

Travessia Lisboa-Cascais is a 20 km open water swim from Lisbon to Cascais in Portugal. It is part of the LIDL Swim Challenge, an annual event that offers different distances and categories for swimmers of all levels. The Travessia Lisbon Cascais is also the longest race ever held in mainland Portugal, and it is part of the World Ultramarathon Swim Series, a circuit of long-distance swimming competitions around the world.

Product/Service of the Year

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The Cork Distance Week (Distance Training Week) is a marathon swimming preparation camp designed and led by International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Honour Administrator Ned Denison of Ireland. Held in Sandycove Island in Cork, Ireland as its base, the training camp lays the groundwork to high mileage and significant psychological stress with the goal to help its participants achieve their marathon swimming and channel swimming goals.

SwimTrek offers expertly guided open water swimming holidays in over 50 global locations, catering to swimmers of all abilities, from beginners to seasoned marathon swimmers. Their trips, set in breathtaking destinations like the Mediterranean, Southeast Asia, and the Caribbean, combine adventure and safety, focusing on building open water skills and confidence in diverse open water environments.

Marathon Swim Stories,” hosted by Shannon Keegan, is a podcast that delves into the personal journeys of marathon swimmers from various backgrounds, exploring their unique experiences and the mental and physical aspects of endurance swimming. The podcast features a range of swimmers, from those just starting out to seasoned athletes, sharing insights and stories that resonate with anyone passionate about the sport of open water swimming.

Swim Secure® products enhance the safety of open water swimmers of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned competitors, by providing equipment that increases visibility in the water. As a Water Safety Partner of the Royal Life Saving Society UK, they actively support drowning prevention efforts.

A webinar which includes a screening of Zac Norrington’s documentary “BREATHE,” and features a Q&A session with Julie Ridge, who was the first to swim two consecutive laps around Manhattan Island. It delves into post-event depression, bipolar disorder, her mental health advocacy, and the founding of the Frank Ridge Memorial Foundation, highlighting the therapeutic aspects of long-distance swimming and the importance of mental health awareness.

Jay Prchal played an instrumental role as a mentor and crew member to Andy Donaldson in his achievement of completing the Oceans Seven within a single year, both in 2022 and 2023. His unwavering support, mentorship, and willingness to listen were crucial in navigating the various challenges of this accomplishment . Demonstrating extraordinary commitment, Jay selflessly participated in six of the seven swims, bearing his own expenses. His generosity extended beyond personal support to sharing valuable knowledge and experiences with the wider swimming community.

Limitless is a memoir by Nuala Moore, an Irish swimmer who has conquered some of the most challenging waters on the planet. She shares her journey from jumping off her father’s fishing boat in Dingle Harbour to swimming across the Bering Strait and the Drake Passage. She also reveals the mental and physical challenges of ice swimming and how she finds her true north in the sea.

Swim Together is a swimming school based in Portugal founded in 2019 by André Santos, offering a range of swimming adventures set in the stunning landscapes of the Atlantic, including the Azores and Madeira. They provide various swimming experiences such as holidays, day tours, half-day tours, and training sessions, all designed to cater to different skill levels and preferences, guided by a team of experienced and passionate instructors.

This scientific study “Moonless night sky increases Isistius species and live human contact” by Steven Minaglia and Melodee Liegl investigates the impact of lunar illumination on the interaction between humans and Isistius species, commonly known as cookiecutter sharks. Analyzing incidents in Hawaiian waters, the research found a higher likelihood of shark bites during moonless nights, particularly among channel swimmers. This analysis, spanning from 1961 to 2023, highlights the significance of moonlight in swimmer safety and offers valuable insights for planning open water swimming in areas inhabited by these sharks.

“Cruce del Plata: Historia de un desafío” is a captivating documentary film that explores the remarkable challenge of swimming across the widest river in the world, Río de la Plata. Over the course of a century, 500 swimmers have attempted to conquer the daunting 42 km (26 miles) stretch of water that separates Uruguay and Argentina, with only 32 individuals successfully completing this remarkable feat. The film is conceived by Lucas Rivet and directed by Pablo Perez Fiedler

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