FLOW… the concept and its relevance to open water swimming

Back to Ocean Anecdotes Your Content Goes Here In the realm of open water swimming there exists a state of being that transcends the  ordinary; a state where the swimmer and the water merge, where every stroke becomes a  dance and time seems to lose its hold. This is the elusive [...]

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Kromme 2023 – The year it rained Jellyfish

Back to Ocean Anecdotes July 19, 2023 The Blu_Smooth Kromme Descent 2023! Swimmers had their work cut out for them at the start of this year’s Kromme Descent. Inclement weather made sure every single participant was aware of their mortality, but still they arrived in their numbers… some [...]

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The Ebb And Flow Of The World Wide Web

Back to Ocean Anecdotes June 13, 2023 In December last year, we posted a blog about our incredible open water swim around the Cape Recipe light house. We incorrectly stated that no woman had ever completed this swim, we stand corrected…It’s amazing sometimes what the tide brings in. [...]

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The Cape Recife Lighthouse Swim

Back to Ocean Anecdotes Dec 14, 2022 At the Southeastern most point of our Bay, there stands an octagonal brick tower, painted with black and white horizontal bands. A continuous white light, intensified by three long white flashes, highlights the very dangerous Thunderbolt Reef to the South southeast. [...]

By |2023-06-26T11:51:01+02:00February 16th, 2023|Ocean Anecdotes|0 Comments

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