International Winter Swimming Association World Cup

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noun - The International Winter Swimming Association World Cup Series (or IWSA World Cup or International Winter Swimming Association Winter Swimming World Cup circuit (WSWC or the Winter Swimming World Cup) is a 5-part winter swimming competitive circuit organized by the International Winter Swimming Association, headed by chairperson Mariia Yrjö-Koskinen of Finland and co-organizer Aleksandr Jakovlevs of Latvia.

Winter Swimming World Cup Stages

Stage 1: 7th Jelgavas Roni Cup on 7 November 2015 in Jelgava, Latvia
Stage 2: 4th Big Chill Swim on 6-7 February 2016 in Windermere, England
Stage 3: 5th Scandinavian Winter Swimming Championships on 13-14 February 2016 in Skellefteå, Sweden
Stage 4: 7th Pirita Open on 27 February 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia
Stage 5: 10th Winter Swimming World Championships on 8-12 March 2016 in Tyumen, Russia

Winter Swimming World Cup Series



International Winter Swimming Association Winter Swimming World Cup is held in various countries around the world.

Events

Big Chill Swim


2016 Big Chill Swim highlights in 6.4ºC (43.5ºF) choppy water in Windermere, England


Christof Wandratsch of Germany after setting a record in the 450m race in Windermere, England in 5 minutes 17 seconds of winter swimming in 6.4ºC (43.5ºF) water under windy conditions on 6 February 2016.

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