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In a Swimmer’s Two-Year Quest, a Final 21-Mile Challenge

In a Swimmer’s Two-Year Quest, a Final 21-Mile Challenge

Antonio Argüelles, 58, of Mexico, took to the North Channel on Thursday, trying to become the first Latin American, the seventh person ever and the oldest to complete the Oceans Seven, seven arduous

A Pixelated Wooden Snorkeler Sculpted by Hsu Tung Han

Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han recently unveiled his latest sculptural work, a 5-foot snorkeler that appears partially pixelated. Han often incorporates digital glitches into has carved figurative
Don’t Have Time to Exercise? Do This for 10 Minutes

Don’t Have Time to Exercise? Do This for 10 Minutes

A few minutes of hard exercise can equal—or outpace—much longer workouts.
Don’t Have Time to Exercise? Do This for 10 Minutes

Don’t Have Time to Exercise? Do This for 10 Minutes

A few minutes of hard exercise can equal—or outpace—much longer workouts.
Two Of The Most Famous Olympic Photos Were All About Location And Dumb Luck

Two Of The Most Famous Olympic Photos Were All About Location And Dumb Luck

This weekend, Heinz Kluetmeier will become the first photographer to be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The longtime staff photographer at Sports
Spanish Swimmer Sacrifices His Race To Pay Tribute To Barcelona Victims

Spanish Swimmer Sacrifices His Race To Pay Tribute To Barcelona Victims

Spanish swimmer Fernando Alvarez was in Budapest this past weekend for the Masters World Championships, and before he swam in a 200-meter breaststroke heat, he asked swimming’s governing body (FINA)
Marseille Journal: Public Pools in Southern France Become a Measure of Inequality

Marseille Journal: Public Pools in Southern France Become a Measure of Inequality

The Corbières beach in Marseille, France, is mostly frequented by people from underprivileged neighborhoods.
Marseille Journal: Public Pools in Southern France Become a Measure of Inequality

Marseille Journal: Public Pools in Southern France Become a Measure of Inequality

The Corbières beach in Marseille, France, is mostly frequented by people from underprivileged neighborhoods.
A Brutal Competition, Island to Island, in Sweden

A Brutal Competition, Island to Island, in Sweden

Rich Roll, who produces a popular podcast on fitness, swimming in the Ötillö Swimrun World Championship in the Stockholm Archipelago.
Carnet de Marseille: Les piscines publiques de Marseille, indicateurs de l’inégalité

Carnet de Marseille: Les piscines publiques de Marseille, indicateurs de l’inégalité

La plage de Corbières est fréquentée en majorité par les habitants des Quartiers Nord de Marseille.
Synchronistic Images Captured in Soviet Era Swimming Pools by Photographer Maria Svarbova

Synchronistic Images Captured in Soviet Era Swimming Pools by Photographer Maria Svarbova

Photographer Maria Svarbova is fascinated by the sterile, geometric aesthetic of old swimming pools, especially those built during the Socialist Era in her native country of Slovakia. Each scene she
Michael Phelps: A Golden Shoulder to Lean On

Michael Phelps: A Golden Shoulder to Lean On

Grant Hackett, left, and Michael Phelps at Scottsdale National Golf Club in Arizona last month. Phelps has been helping Hackett cope with mental health problems similar to the ones he has confronted.
Michael Phelps: A Golden Shoulder to Lean On

Michael Phelps: A Golden Shoulder to Lean On

Grant Hackett, left, and Michael Phelps at Scottsdale National Golf Club in Arizona last month. Phelps has been helping Hackett cope with mental health problems similar to the ones he has confronted.
Terry Laughlin, Who Taught Swimmers Not to Struggle, Dies at 66

Terry Laughlin, Who Taught Swimmers Not to Struggle, Dies at 66

Terry Laughlin demonstrating the crawl stroke at his pool in New Paltz, N.Y., in 2013.
Tiny micro-robot that is able to swim and fly could be the future of rescue missions

Tiny micro-robot that is able to swim and fly could be the future of rescue missions

Researchers at Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University developed a hybrid micro-robot capable of guiding itself into complex environments like water and air.
Katie Ledecky & Co. make a splash in Stanford’s home debut

Katie Ledecky & Co. make a splash in Stanford’s home debut

Fastest times in every event aided by contributions from talented freshman class
World's most unusual commutes: share your pictures and stories

World's most unusual commutes: share your pictures and stories

Swim, hike or kitesurf to work? We want to hear from readers around the world whose daily commute is out of the ordinary – share your stories and pictures via GuardianWitnessA strong coffee and a good

Watching These Adorable Hedgehogs Swimming Will Make Your Day

hedgehogs swimming pic.twitter.com/X7SP8h6lkY— Animals (@AnimaIposts) November 6, 2017 Awww! Submitted by: (via Animals on twitter) Tagged: swimming , hedgehogs , funny , Video
Shark swims alarmingly close to beachgoers in Miami

Shark swims alarmingly close to beachgoers in Miami

Drone footage caught this large tiger shark moseying close to the shore, incredibly close to people wading in the water.
Following Drownings, an Upstate City Known for Its Gorges Mulls Blocking One Off

Following Drownings, an Upstate City Known for Its Gorges Mulls Blocking One Off

A dam at Fall Creek Gorge in Ithaca, N.Y., which is a popular swimming spot, especially for students from Cornell University. After two students drowned in the area, Cornell is trying to block access