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Pet Peeves In The Pool And Open Water

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. SwimSwam published its Top 5 Pet Peeves at the Pool (see here where the deep-thinking swimming staff of SwimSwam vents about slow breaststrokers, showers, water temperature, lane lines and music). Pet peeves in the open water can take on a different perspective. In the pool, pet peeves are usually

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Marine Life Nowhere To Be Seen

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Lewis Pugh does things we never even dream of doing. The Hall of Famer swims in the cold, not only in Cape Town where he resides, but also in frozen fjords and high upon Mount Everest. He does majestic pioneering swims in the North and South Poles and generates global awareness for causes ranging from

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Ben Hooper To Swim Across The Atlantic

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Ben Hooper is a British open water swimmer who served with the military and police. A multi-faceted swimmer, he also writes fiction and is a free diver, PADI scuba diver, charity swim participant, middle-distance running and triathlete. But he has huge dreams. He plans to swim across the Atlantic Ocean,

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The Prequel To An Unprecedented Swim

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Before Sueño 88 becomes the first humans to swim 88 nautical miles (101 miles or 163 km) across the Sea of Cortez from the Baja California peninsula to the mainland of Mexico, many things must first occur. Before captains Vito Bialla, Alejandro Abarroa, and Antonio Caballero take David Ogden, Mauricio

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