Great moves in open water swimming
Revision as of 22:01, 19 January 2014 by Admin
- Ted Erikson of the U.S.A. turning off the lights of his escort boat during the 60-mile Jim Moran Lake Michigan Swim Challenge in order to sneak up and catch Abou Heif of Egypt.
- Alex Meyer of the U.S.A. and Valerio Cleri of Italy going back and forth against each other during the 2010 World Open Water Swimming Championships in lac St-Jean, Canada.
- Fran Crippen of the U.S.A. coming back to help his friend and teammate Alex Meyer at the 2010 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Marine Stadium, Long Beach.
- Larisa Ilchenko of Russia making her trademark move, The Ilchenko, to win the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in China.
- Lewis Pugh of Great Britain deciding to swim breaststroke on his 1 km swim in Lake Pumori on the Khumbu Glacier on Mount Everest in May 2010 at 5,200m altitude.
- Kevin Murphy of Great Britain preparing for the third and final challenge race against Des Renford of Australia in Loch Ness.
- Rick Walker of the U.S.A. serving as a FINA referee saving Australian marathon swimmer Kate Brookes-Peterson in the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome.
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming History - Lake Michigan
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming History - lac St-Jean
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming History - Mount Everest
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming History - Rome
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming - Marine Stadium
- Great Moves In Open Water Swimming History – Beijing