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June 17, 2021
What does it mean to be a swimmer in natural waters or what is known as a wild swimmer? This was the question posed by Kate Moles and Charlotte Bales, lecturers and researchers in sociology at Cardiff University, and it led to their study, Suspended and i
June 15, 2021
You have already chosen your new Orca wetsuit, and now all you have to do is choose the correct size. This step should not be taken lightly. Keep in mind that wetsuit sizing is complicated because of how fitted they should be in order to perform properly.
June 10, 2021
In 2010 at the Ironman World Championship, eventual winner Chris McCormack was being hunted by Andreas Raelert who was getting closer and closer in the final miles of the marathon.
June 8, 2021
To celebrate World Ocean Day, we have a very special guest: whale expert, researcher and writer Erich Hoyt from Whale and Dolphin Conservation, who will talk about the current state of the ocean, the importance of protecting it and caring for the creature
June 3, 2021
Chatting with triathletes Bart Aernouts, Sebastian Kienle and Sarah True is always a pleasure and allows us to find out how they prepare themselves for such a demanding race, long distance triathlon.
June 1, 2021
When talking about mid-distance experts, the first names that come to mind are those of Emma Pallant, Imogen Simmond and Pablo Dapena.
May 31, 2021
This month's blog is about how open water swimming helped one man rehabilitate from life-changing injury and trauma and the part cold water played in building wellbeing and resilience
May 28, 2021
Discover 10 triathlons that are essential to any wish list, and start daydreaming about rounding out your own season with some of these challenges.
May 27, 2021
Our friends at Whale and Dolphin Conservation tell us about one of the biggest threats facing killer whales: captivity. To help us understand how living in captivity affects orcas and why it is so important to end their suffering, we have Rob Lott with us