Michael Mackinnon talks about swimming as a transplant recipient, conquering marathon swims and being named as swim captain for the upcoming World Transplant Games.
Suzie Ryan talks to Josie Page about why she swapped the pool for open water and what drives her to take on ultra-swimming distances.
In this feature, Suzie Ryan talks to Greg Johnson about becoming only the 12th person to conquer the Peak and Pond Challenge.
In this feature, Suzie Ryan talks to Ned Wieland about how he got into marathon swimming and what drives him to take on new ultra-distance swim challenges around the world.
Dean Summers, a regular face in the Australian marathon swimming world, has launched his next marathon swim challenge – the ‘Sixty Miler’.
In this feature, Suzie Ryan talks to Ryan ‘Whippet’ Clark about his fundraising journey to swim the English Channel.
In this feature, Suzie Ryan talks to Lauren Tischendorf about her journey to become the first woman to circumnavigate Lord Howe Island.
Suzie Ryan talks to Luke Richards about conquering the Australian Triple Crown and how open water swimming is an analogy for recovery from addiction, anxiety, and depression.
Ned Wieland, 20, breaks the record for the most number of laps swum at Australia’s Iconic Bondi Beach to raise awareness for mental health.
Australian marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel crosses the English Channel for the 44th time, breaking the world record.
Noosa’s open water superfish, Kareena Lee, has become the first Australian to win a medal in Marathon Swimming at the Olympics. Diving in