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Openwaterpedia is a compilation of open water swimming information and multimedia content for the global open water swimming community offered by the World Open Water Swimming Association. Its staff has developed unique databases, proprietary informational resources and entertaining mobile apps that educate, motivate and stimulate swimmers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Its staff travels the world participating in, advising for, observing or reporting on open water swims and trends and open water swimmers, both amateur and professional marathon swimmers, which enables them to present its content and vision.
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Openwaterpedia is the Wikipedia for the open water swimming world

Definition

Openwaterpedia is a unique, comprehensive, multilingual online reference and research tool for the endurance sports, triathlon and aquatic community. Its 77,841 pages of content are useful for research, reference and enhancing one's knowledge and appreciation of the sport with the following entries as of June 2022:

Content & Scale

There are currently 36,946 different entries that have been edited 583,675 times and viewed 30,575,647 times as of June 2022.

Purpose

  • Interested individuals can

(1) learn the most commonly used terms, definitions, words, places and things used in the world of open water swimming
(2) add and modify information on the Who's Who of open water swimming and up-and-comers, including themselves
(3) research who are the professional marathon swimmers of modern times and who was in the sport back in previous centuries
(4) add the names of people who join the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming, the Half Century Clubs, the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame and those who crossed the English Channel and the Catalina Channel
(5) learn the details of the thousands of open water races, events, camps and clinics around the world

Origin

Conceived, created and currently managed by Steven Munatones of the World Open Water Swimming Association in 2009.

How to Add information

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