H2Open Magazine Editor's bloghttp://www.h2openmagazine.com/table/editor-s-blog
H2Open editor Simon Griffiths writes an occasional blog about happenings in the world of open water swimming and general swimming tips and advice. H2Open is the world's only dedicated open water swimming magazine.
Pacific Jules is teh blog of the Bold & Beautiful Swim Squad from Manly, Sydney, Australia. We are the largest daily open water swimming group in the world. Swimmers of any standard are welcome to our inclusive group. We have over 3,000 members and typically have 50-100 swimmers 365 days a year ay 7:00am - often well over 100, sometimes 200-300+.
Written by open water swimmers with a passion for the outdoors, and North Wales in particular - this blog covers many and varied topics relating to swimming, and adventurous activities.
We are SportsAquatic, with us being a swimming store we are obviously very enthusiastic swimmers. With us being based in the North East of the UK most of our blogs will be based around our area or within the UK itself, however if we feel that a story is worth blogging about, we'll blog it.
Nothing Great Is Easyhttp://www.nothinggreatiseasy.com/the-early-bird-gets-the-lake-to-himself-and-is-rewarded-by-mother-nature
Going back to my open water swimming roots for an awesome sunrise swim.
Big Ricks Swim Teamhttp://bigrickchannelswimteam.blogspot.co.uk
Our Blog are fun stories of our open water adventures from double channel swims, to great lakes to the british gas mass swims Welcome everyone To Big Ricks Swim Team... Big Ricks is a group from the West Midlands in the UK , we are made up of old swimming friends (and we are glad to say since we started many new ones ) who have come together because of our love for all things swimming... we were formed in 2008 in memory of our Great Friend Mark Rickhuss ( aka Big Rick ) Ricks take part in many Pool,Lake,River and Sea swimming events all over the UK..these events for Ricks team can be just for fun, just to take part,and for some of the team these events are to race.. but no matter if you are 1st or last we are in it to enjoy ourselves together as one team... Just How Mark would have wanted it....we are a fun club, with no costs to join ...everyone is welcome anytime..Ricks..;;-))
Reports from a family of outdoor swimmers, brought up by the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean in UK. Regular posts and photos from rivers, sea, lakes, lidos, night & day, formal & informal, fast & slow, +/- wetsuits, from all over the world...
Getting Even Fasterhttp://www.gettingevenfaster.blogspot.com
This blog is written by T2 Aquatics Head Age Group Coach Tom Yetter. It is about competitive swimming with a focus on 14&Unders. Tom has coached over 50 swimmers to Top 10 National rankings. Hopefully you will find some new ideas to help younger swimmers succeed in the sport of swimming!
Cold water & rough water. Cold & rough water! The author is an English Channel Soloist amongst others, who writes one of the most popular open water swimming blogs in the world with in depth technical articles on all aspects of open water and marathon swimming, such that he was selected as one of the Global movers and Shakers in open water swimming of 2012 and the blog was selected as a finalist for the national blog awards Sport & Recreation category.
Swimming, Coaching, Training, and Living in God's Worldhttp://coachdangelderloos.blogspot.com
This is designed to be a collection of idea's and thoughts that I use as I teach in the Dept. of Kinesiology and coach swimming at Calvin College. I will also share some of my own personal goals and workouts in my own journey. My goal is to share my ideas, with the hopes of influencing others to swim, teach, coach, and move better so we can enjoy God's Creation