Background[edit | edit source]

  • Typically, world-class 10-kilometer open water races are swum at a very high pace for 9 kilometers where the athletes swim in large packs with much physical contact. The athletes are provided liquids by their coaches on floating pontoons during the race. During the last one kilometer, a frantic and furious sprint to the finish begins. The race for the medals comes down to an exciting sprint where medals are won or lost by tenths of a second.

Links[edit | edit source]

Open Water Swim in 2009

Blogs[edit | edit source]

Athletes[edit | edit source]

Where[edit | edit source]

Water quality[edit | edit source]

Insights[edit | edit source]

FAQ Tips[edit | edit source]

Open_water_swimming_tips

Crossing_Hell's_Mouth_-_Documentary_-_Full_Film

Open_Water_Clinic_with_Olympic_Coach_John_Dussliere

Open Water Clinic with Olympic Coach John Dussliere

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.