Tag: John Dussliere

John Dussliere Stays In Combat

John Dussliere, the former USA Olympic Open Water Swimming Team coach from the 2008 Beijing Olympics, had taken an atypical career move. From the confines of a pool to the marathon distances of the open water, Dussliere has coached Olympians and advised numerous swimmers on how to swim more streamlined in the pool and more tactically in the open water.

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How Far Did You Swim?

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. In the same way that athletes swim 2.4 miles in the Waikiki Roughwater Swim or 1 mile in the Great Swims, athletes are correctly credited with the shortest straight-line tangent when they do any kind of open water swim, even if they swim crookedly or are pushed by tides, currents or ocean swells or land in an

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