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Can we learn from obstacle racing?
We’ve been talking to the publisher of Obstacle Race Magazine about some cross promotion ideas, so last weekend I went along to a mud run to see what it was all...
Tue 24 Feb 2015
From beginner to Windermere swimmer...
Meet Jack Travers. This summer he plans to swim the 10-mile length of Windermere despite having little swimming experience.
Tue 17 Feb 2015
The times when swimmers really need courage
Open water swimmers – and especially cold water swimmers – are often described as brave.
Sun 15 Feb 2015
After-drop is real – and how to deal with it
If you have spent any time hanging around open water swimmers you may have heard the term “after-drop”. If you’ve done any swimming in cool water, you may have experienced it.
Mon 9 Feb 2015
What do they mean, “no joie de vivre”?
Swimming got some bad press last week. Despite still being the UK’s most popular sport in terms of participation, the latest figures from Sport England showed numbers had plunged by 245,000...
Tue 3 Feb 2015
My fourth 10km swim
Deborah Durbin discovers that mental strength is sometimes key to overcoming physical exhaustion
Tue 3 Feb 2015
Thirteen hacks and tips for cold water swimming events
At H2Open we like to practise what we preach and take part in events when we can. If this means stripping off and plunging into cold water in the name of...
Mon 26 Jan 2015
Why I’m not planning an Ice Mile
If you’re involved in open water swimming, you can’t help but notice the growing popularity of cold water swimming.
Tue 20 Jan 2015
Why I should date swimmers
Deborah Durbin on how jellyfish, nausea and hypothermia can help you in the dating game
Fri 16 Jan 2015
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