Tag: Philippe Croizon

The Odyssey Of Open Water Swimming

The Odyssey Of Open Water Swimming Courtesy of WOWSA. When modern-day filmmakers, directors and novelists create movies, television shows and stories, they often use a literary formula that Homer used in the Odyssey, his classic poem written back in 8th century BC. The formula includes a goal, enemies, temptations, darkest hours of trials and

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If Swimmers Were Neurons

Thinking way outside the box... if open water swimmers were seen as the equivalent of the 100 million neurons that are estimated to exist in the human brain, then the Internet and its websites, blogs, online social networks and video-sharing services are helping tie together these neurons to make swimmers more intelligent, creative and inspirational

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