This weekend I had the privilege of swimming in a training camp in Sterkfontein in the Free State. Just outside the town of Harrismith, Sterkfontein is one of the catchment areas of the Vaal River.
Having already been in Argentina as physio for team SA at the recent Youth Olympics, I could not miss the opportunity to hop on a plane to meet with Mark and Camilla (Plastic Oceans Chile)
Today was bittersweet for me. The final day of an incredible week of swimming along the East Coast of Africa in Marine Protected areas as a series of world first swims with an incredible team
Today I woke up after a phenomenal sleep. My best night’s sleep since we have been on tour. I felt fresh and ready for another big day. We had ideal weather conditions again with no
I had a restless sleep and today felt a bit like day 1 of the swim series, we were all a bit helter skelter trying to find a new rhythm in a new place with
Today was rest day. I woke up feeling good, just a slight tightness/ wheeze in my chest but arms felt good. We had a slow start to the morning with a breakfast smoothie on steroids
Day 3- Elephant coast swim Today was a first of its kind for me and the team and probably most open water swimmers. We had done the route we had set out to do from
Today was a phenomenal day of swimming. I woke up feeling horrid and dreading the thought of 5 hours in the water, not sure if I could manage the entire way considering how sore and
Today we started the first of a series of swims attempting to do a staged 100km over the Southern Coast of Mozambique and Northern KZN all aimed at highlighting the need to protect our oceans.