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Keep calm and remember that you’re Wonder Woman! @nat_maeatleta at Praia Vermelha


New Week. New Workout. Same Friends! 📷: @amaliemik


Workout of the Week: IM Supreme 🏊 ✔️ 1,600 Yards ✔️ 30 Minutes ✔️ IM Focus


Your level of success is only predetermined by your level of effort! @trigirlc #MondayMotivation


This morning’s swimming pool! 😎 @matej.lepen #riseandgrind at Saint-Louis, Reunion


Merck, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, announced it was giving the largest single donation in open water swimming history. Swim Across America received the US$3 million contribution that will be used to fund cancer research and clinical trials. “Every 15 minutes, 50 Americans are diagnosed with cancer,” commented Rob Butcher, CEO of Swim Across America (@saaswim). “The good news is that more Americans are becoming survivors than ever before, and Swim Across America’s commitment to finding new cures and treatments has been an important catalyst for that progress. We are going to apply Merck’s contribution to better support our existing benefit swims and add new ones with a goal of funding $100 million into cancer research and clinical trials in the next decade.” @merck


BE AWESOME TODAY!! @trigirlc


On your mark. Set. GO! 🏁 ✔️ 2.4 Mile Swim ✔️ 112 Mile Bike ✔️ 26.2 Mile Run #IMKona #IMWC at Ironman Triathlon


Working hard on day 12 of altitude training camp! @kikkafede88 at Aquagranda Active You


In order to help his athletes prepare for cold water training, Zhang Jian helps his students, athletes and colleagues at Beijing Sports University acclimate as best they can. He purposefully turning off the pool heater and pours up to 10 tons of ice into the pool. "We want to create a low-temperature environment," he explained after turning off the pool's heater for 10 days as the pool temperature dropped to 18°F (64°F), compared to its normal temperature of 26°C (78.8°F). After the pool's warmth evaporated, the acclimatization training begins as he dumps tons of ice into the pool. "The melting ice will take some time with chunks still floating on the surface. We have a stringent training regimen to help ensure the success of our marathon swimming attempts and to be responsible for the safety of the athletes. We want them to be able to adapt to all kinds of harsh environments and to be able to deal with various emergency situations." Up to 36 swimmers participate in his 5 km training sessions.

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