Tag: Cadiz Freedom Swim

Stiff Stays Relaxed In The Cold Water

Tim Stiff has done a variety of open water swims in South Africa: from the longer Lighthouse to Big Bay Swim, Cadiz Freedom Swim and Nelson Bay Bell Buoy Challenge to the shorter Speedo Ice Swim Africa. A polio victim at the age of 9 months, swimming is his only effective exercise. And it seems the colder, the better. At the Lighthouse to Big Bay Swim

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The Cadiz Swim Series In South Africa

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The Cadiz Swim Series is a succession of cold water ocean swim races in the Western Cape of South Africa that raises funds for good causes. Its race include the Cadiz Brian Curtis Mile (200m, 1 mile and 3 km), Human Rights Day Swim (3K), Cadiz Freedom Swim (7.5 km), Youth Day Swim (3 km), Women's Day Swim

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Three Amigos From The North Down South

Ned Denison, an experienced channel swims from east to west and north to south, traveled to South Africa with fellow swimmers Simon Murie and Tom Hudson to experience extreme swimming in that part of the open water world.This is his account: Three English Channel solo swimmers combined a vacation - and snuck in another swim - when they flew down for the

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The Triple Crown Of Prison Escapes

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Ned Denison has not only Swum His Age, but he is also on his way to complete a unique Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming. While the traditional Triple Crown consists of the English Channel, Catalina Channel and Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, Denison is on a path of prison escape. Denison is headed down to

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Cadiz Human Rights Day Swim

Over 100 cold water swimmers are set to race 2.5K in the typically cool 13°C waters of Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa on March 21st to raise funds for abused women and children and to celebrate Human Rights Day. The Cadiz Human Rights Day Swim is part of the Cadiz Swim Series, a host of cold water sea swims which promote ocean swimming and raise funds

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