609 in 2015 and later

648 past in 2015 (updated 17-07-'15)

Maraton swim

HE'S SWIMMING THE COAST OF BRITAIN?!

Interview with Ross Edgley, the man who did swim arround the entire coast of Brittain.

53rd edition of the Capri-Naples Results

9 September 2018:

Winner of the 53rd edition of the Capri-Naples: GHETTINI (ITA)

Second place: POP ACEV (MKD)

Third place: BOTTELIER (NED)

Legend of the Lake 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 16 March, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, 17 March, 2019 (All day)

Generation Homes Legend of the Lake – Saturday 16 - Sunday 17 March 2019

5KM – 2.5KM – 1KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M. AMPHIBIAN: 1.5KM SWIM + 3KM RUN + 500M SWIM.

SA swimmer calls it quits

Durban - South African open water swimmer Cameron Bellamy who set out to become the first person to swim 96km around the West Indies island of Barbados at the weekend “had to call it quits”.

Apurba Saha Wins Historic 81 km Race Down The Ganges

21 swimmers started at 5 am and 10 swimmers finished the 81 km India National Open Water Swimming Competition down The Ganges. At 50.3 miles, it is one of the world's longest races that celebrated its 75th edition this year.

Meet Marie: The first person to swim from Mizen to Fastnet Rock

A Cork woman has expressed her delight at becoming the first ever person to swim from Mizen Head to the Fastnet Rock Lighthouse.

Carrigaline’s Marie Watson completed the 18 kilometre swim in just under six hours on Wednesday.

Navy SEAL plans San Clemente to Catalina swim

Former Navy SEAL Dave Loeffler plans to swim from San Clemente Island to Catalina Island on Monday, September 17. The swim is believed to be the first attempt, ever, to swim the 21 miles between the two islands. San Clemente is the southernmost Channel Island and 70 miles offshore of San Diego.

IN A MARATHON SWIM TO MONACO REMI CAMUS CHAMPIONS CLEAN SEAS

Thousands of kilometres from Dunkirk to Bandol and ultimately arriving in Monaco on September 16th. Nearly eighty stages completed already by Remi Camus, an indefatigable champion in the fight against marine pollution.

Swimmer shocked by jets off Scottish coast to mark 100 days at sea

Ross Edgley has not stepped foot on land since he began his swim on June 1.

In that time he has swam 1230 miles, spent 2039 hours in the sea and completed 1,600,000 strokes.

Grantham strongman Ross Edgley breaks yet another record

Grantham strongman Ross Edgley yesterday has become the first British person to swim the length of Great Britain, completing the 900 mile distance from Lands’ End to John O’Groats in a record time of 62 days.

Ross is the second-ever person to complete the swim up Britain’s west coast. His time of 62 days is less than half of the 135 days, including 90 days of swimming, set by Zimbabwean adventurer Sean Conway in November 2013.

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