The Highs And Lows Of Open Water Swimming

The Highs And Lows Of Open Water Swimming

Courtesy of Nuala Moore in Peddlers Lake at 2-3°C and 450m in altitude in Conor Pass, Ireland.

High up in her native Ireland facing brutally low water temperatures, Nuala Moore practiced for the inaugural Ice Swimming World Championships in Murmansk, Russia and other ice swimming ventures around northern climes.

The shared passion, focus and camaraderie among Moore and her team of close friends are evident among the majesty of the venue and the solidarity of their actions.

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