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South China Seas

Courtesy of Wall Street Journal. Courtesy of USC U.S.-China Institute. At a time where swimmers are venturing further and further around the aquatic globe, there is one part of the world where military risks are being elevated.

Mastering The Marathon Swimming World

A review of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame inductees shows a large number of masters swimmers including such renowned athletes like Paul Asmuth, a seven-time world professional marathon swimming champion, and James Kegley who still holds the longest held record in United States Masters Swimming. Copyright © 2010 by Open Water Source

Testing For Minimum And Maximum Temperatures In The Open Water

You’re not kidding. This could turn into a real donnybrook. Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot to add, at least from the scientific side. Your points are so strong, with the differences in conditions, athlete capability and preparation, etc., that finding absolute collars that aren’t subject to caveats and adjustments all over the place will …

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Open Water Swimming Club

The Open Water Swimming Club is a registered club with U.S. Masters Swimming and Southern California Local Masters Swimming Committee. Its club abbreviation is OWSC; its club number is 332-192. The club contact is Steven Munatones (who can be reached at or Lexie Kelley ( Copyright © 2012 by Open Water Source

Colleen Hamilton Unselfishly Swimming In Buzzards Bay

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. “Buzzards Bay is home to some amazing animals, and I want to do everything I can to help preserve their home,” says Colleen Hamilton, a Commonwealth Corporate Member at Buzzards Bay Coalition. “Since my birthday is pretty close to the Swim, I am asking friends and family to donate …

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