Open Water Boot Camp

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noun - Open Water Boot Camp is hosted by 24-mile Tampa Bay Marathon Swim founder and event director Ron Collins. The Open Water Boot Camp offers comprehensive, training sessions tailored to meet the needs of open water swimmers and triathletes. Qualifying swims for the English Channel or Manhattan Island Marathon Swim are possible in Florida during the winter. Temperatures at Clearwater Beach in January and February usually hover around 60 degrees F, so cold water acclimatization is possible. The camp can also serve as a qualifying swim for the English Channel or the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim. Private training sessions last 4 to 8 hours. Group sessions are also available.

Ron Collins

Ron Collins was the first person to swim across Tampa Bay in 1998. He is the race director and founder of the 24-mile Tampa Bay Marathon Swim. Together with his wife Rebecca Collins, he is also the co-founder and race director of the Swim Across America Tampa Bay, a charity swim that is part of the Swim Across America program, and the Open Water Boot Camp in Clearwater, Florida.

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