Auriele Muller of France has taken gold in the women's 10km at the FINA World Championships in Kazan.
Wild swimming brothers Jack, Calum and Robbie Hudson have set themselves a challenge: to swim all 145 kilometres of the River Eden in Cumbria over nine days.
Guest blogger Deborah Durbin goes long and takes on her first ultra-marathon swim, the eight-mile Swim for the Cure in Ontario.
The North Channel is one of the toughest crossings in the world, considered by many to be the ultimate marathon swimming challenge.
The Martlets Hospice, which provides end of life care services to adults with terminal illness in Brighton, has launched its latest fundraising challenge, the ‘Saltwater Splash.’
American Jordan Wilimovsky won the men's 10km at the World Championships in Kazan, becoming the first swimmer to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Muller takes gold at Kazan, secures place in Rio
Interview: Hudson brothers get ready to Swim the Eden
I am ultra
Vicky Miller becomes tenth woman to cross the North Channel
Make a splash for Martlets Hospice
Top ten swimmers in men's 10km race at Kazan qualify for Rio