Tag: Antonio Argüelles

6 To Go 88 Across Sea Of Cortez

Vito Bialla is teaming up with Susan Moody and Mauricio Prieto, two other powerful fundraisers when it comes to charity swims in a 6-person relay attempt across the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. A sextet of Bialla, Moody, Prieto, Luane Rowe, Richard Ernst and Antonio Argüelles will raise more money on their 88-mile (141.6 km) charity relay across the formidable

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Getting Lost In The Open Water

Do you ever find your mind wandering during an open water swim? If you remain focused or are one of the swimmers who can maintain a disciplined stroke count up to tens of thousands, then major kudos to you. However, if you answered yes and occasionally - or frequently - get lost in your thoughts or literally daydream while out in the open water, then you

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Double The Trouble, But Twice As Nice

67 individuals in the history of open water swimming have successfully completed the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming - across the English Channel, across the Catalina Channel and around Manhattan Island. From Ireland to India, the UK to the USA, Spain to South Africa, marathon swimmers are flocking to the English Channel and Catalina Channel...and

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Antonio Argüelles’ Adventure Outside

Antonio Argüelles is highlighted by Samantha Michaels in Outside Magazine Online. Never without his goggles, the two-time member of the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming is a multi-lingual author, innovative businessman, Stanford University graduate, and a celebrated marathon athlete in Mexico who has truly led an adventurous life. He accepts and

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Swimming High In La Laguna Del Sol

Antonio Argüelles is a double member of the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming with several running marathons and Ironman triathlons thrown in for good measure. He talks about the numerous scenic and challenging open water swimming training locations in his native Mexico - and three special ones: "The crater at the Nevado de Toluca is known as La Laguna

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