Swim of the Week Winners [November 1-7]
Congratulations to this week’s winners of Swim of the Week!
This week there were 10 submissions and 60 votes and 1778 views from all over the world.
View all the submissions for the week of November 1-7
Trying to grab my feed in the middle of the English Channel
By Abhejali Bernardová
I am an Oceans Seven swimmer who recently completed an ultra triathlon Dover-Prague 1111 km (swimming the 33.5 km English Channel, biking 895 km from Calais to Cheb, Czech Republic, running 182 km from Cheb to Prague). I am waiting to see what my next challenge will be!
Swimming for clean rivers as a part of a protest against the salizination of the river Weser/Germany
By Tobias Prüßner & Tina Deeken
About Tobias and Tina
We are open water and ice swimmers from Lage and Hanover / Germany. We were swimming several times in the river Weser this year to draw attention to the pollution of the Weser by salt.
Swimming at Paradise
By Joel Matos
And thank you to all the swimmers and voters who participated
Share your swim!
You know how it feels to swim in a tranquil lake or tough it out in a turbulent sea. Some days, you glide on the glassy surface feeling powerful and smooth. Other days, you swallow water amid a wild struggle against whitecaps. Some places, the cold water is so penetrating that your hands and feet feel no more. Other places, the warmth wraps you like a blanket, comfortably baking your skin feel. We want photos of these experiences…in the ocean, sea, lake or river, or reservoir. Your visuals will help tell your story. Through your photos, other swimmers can imagine how they would feel in that exact same scenario.
We would like to hear about – and see – your swim in order to share it with other like-minded aquatic adventurers. As you venture past the shoreline, we want to see where you swim in both beautiful and inhospitable locations. Rain or fog, morning or night, tranquil or turbulent, warm or cold, Arctic or tropical, bodysurfing or drafting – including all those you take photos during your short practices, simple dips, wild swims, marathons, channel crossings, stage swims or professional races.