Tag: Black-ice Open Water Swimming Club

No, None, Nada Neoprene With Black-ice

Black ice sounds hard. Members of the Black-ice Open Water Swimming Club, are based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne), are one tough, dedicated, hardened group of open water swimmers. To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers (Black-Ice), a swimmers is required to complete a 3 km circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths

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One Tough Group Of Black Ice Swimmers

Members of the Black-ice Open Water Swimming Club, based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne), are one tough, dedicated group of open water swimmers. To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers (Black-Ice), a swimmers is required to complete a 3 km circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths during winter when the water temperature

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30° Is The New 50. 40° Is The New 60

As open water swimmers in the Northern Hemisphere start to descend into the bowels of winter, more and more swimmers are challenging themselves to acclimate to colder and colder waters. While Lynne Cox made it plausible, European swimmers and Asian monks have long acclimated themselves to cold water. But how does the contemporary open water swimming

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Cold As Ice, Tough As Aussies

Members of the Black-ice Open Water Swimming Club, based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne), are one tough, dedicated group of open water swimmers. To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers (Black-Ice), a swimmers is required to complete a 3K circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths during winter when the water temperature

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