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    3 Questions for: Sarah Thomas

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    3 Questions is a new series of Q&A text-interviews with interesting people in ultraswimming (a.k.a. solo marathon swimming). For the first episode...

    What is Open Water Swimming? A 1993 time capsule

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    In 1993, Open Water Swimming was an unknown backwater in the landscape of competitive swimming. A year after charismatic pool stars like...

    AMSHOF expands operating group

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    The Australian Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame announced an expanded operating group to support the ongoing development of the organization launched last...

    Infinite Possibilities

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    A map commissioned by Infinity Channel Swimming, displaying the distinct routes they have piloted over the last few years. Top to bottom:...

    New marathon swim documentary – RIO

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    Marathon swimmer Anthony McCarley stars in a new documentary film - RIO - portraying the 60-year old's attempt to become the first...

    Measuring the distance of the English Channel swim

    The second in our series of video demonstrations of marathon swim route distance measurement in Google Maps tackles the most famous of...

    A rare swim repeated, 33 years later

    In August 1987, Sharon Miller (Price) became the 3rd person to swim from Eddystone Rocks & Lighthouse back to the coast of...

    Video: Measuring swim route distance in a river

    Open water swimming distances are measured by the shortest swimmable path between the start and finish. The easiest way to do this...

    2021 MSF Photo Calendar now available

    We are proud to announce the seventh annual MSF Photo Calendar, featuring images from Brazil, Hong Kong, Romania, St. Lucia, Scotland, Northern...

    MSF Service to Marathon Swimming Award, 2019-20 – Phil White

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    The recipient of the 2019-2020 MSF Service to Marathon Swimming Award, recognizing outstanding contributions to the sport in a non-swimming role, is...