The 2014 FINA World Cup series was finally concluded in Hong Kong in the middle of October and confirmed overall series’ victories for Brazil in both the men and women’s categories.
October 12, 2014. As the countdown to Rio 2016 continues apace, so too the hope of a home nation whitewash has grown as Brazilian pair Ana Marcela Cunha and Allan do Carmo bagged the women’s and men’s titles of the penultimate 10K 2014 Fina World Cup Series in China.
Brutal Events has created a new series of winter swims – The Brutal Bear Cold Swim Series – which kicks off four days into the new year
The fifth Medes Islands swim organised by Spanish company Neda el Món will take place on 2 Nov 2014.
Another lido has announced plans to open for cold water swimmers throughout the winter.
A few weeks back SwimSwam put out a light-hearted article about different types of swimmer. That prompted us to think about different types of open water swimmer. What type are you, and what have we missed?
Cunha and do Carmo wrap it up in Hong Kong
Brazil whitewash in China
Brutal Bear Cold Swim Series: Interview
Medes Islands swim to raise funds for heart disease
Heating off, pool still open at Portishead
Seven types of open water swimmer