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.
This morning I started a new training program. It was very exciting having a goal and not having to think or make up a program as I have been for the last 6 months. I
When I swam ashore at Makapu beach, I was surprised to see a local TV crew waiting for me. I had done this swim to create awareness of the importance of eliminating the use of
They say a channel is never over till it’s over. I discovered the truth of that a little over two weeks ago when I tackled the ominous Ka’iwi channel (also known as The Channel of
Yesterday I had the privilege of competing in the 3rd (now annual) 4 Elements Ocean Challenge. There was quite a big build up to the event and lots of new comers keen to challenge themselves.
Last week I had the privilege of watching various athletes compete and entertain at their highest level. It was the Olympic qualifiers for South African swimmers and I witnessed guys making the time by 0.01
I finally started to feel normal in the pool this week. I had a big training week to get through in terms of mileage for each session. It was quite a shift from what I