Tag: ziplining

Open Water Swimmers Toeing The Line

In large mass participation races, high profile races or professional marathon races, the physicality between competitive athletes can get out of hand. Ziplining, elbowing, veering off, cutting off, swimming over the legs or back of another swimmer, or impeding in some way can occur at the start, around turn buoys, along a straightaway, near a feeding

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Open Water Swimming Tactics And Moves

Open Water Swimming Moves and Tactics Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. What is the difference between the racing tactics and mindset used at the highest levels by Olympic and professional marathon swimmers and other open water swimmers? Nothing, if the amateur swimmers are competitive and seek every tactical advantage in an open water

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