Sighting-related blog posts
When swimming in open water you can modify your breathing frequency and side in order to adapt to the dynamic environment.
Freestyle is the go-to stroke in ocean swimming, but to be a truly effective ocean swimmer you’ll also need an efficient backstroke and breaststroke technique.
Kicking in open water swimming is important, but you need to put the right effort in at the right time for maximum efficiency.
Learn how to navigate an event swim course efficiently when strong winds, choppy water and persistent swell are working against you.
The journey back to shore through the surf can generate more anxiety and concern than at any other stage of an ocean swim, but that doesn’t have to be the case.
How to locate the best place and path to swim back to shore through the waves.
We’ve crowd-sourced the best advice for swimmers who usually require prescription glasses to keep your vision in check while ocean swimming.
Aussie Ocean Swim ambassador, and six-time Australian Ironman champion, Trevor Hendy, shares his tips to get the most out of your ocean swim experience and swim faster for longer.
The Hawaiians say ‘never turn your back on the ocean’, and that advice rings true for finishing ocean swims.
Are you looking for the edge in your ocean swimming? These five ocean swimming techniques will give you the speed and tactical advantage you’re looking for.
No one likes swimming around in circles, so in this article you’ll learn how swimming sighting techniques will assist you to swim straight in open water (includes videos).
During the 2010/11 summer season we delivered 90 day’s worth of ocean awareness, confidence & fitness tips as part of a 90 days of summer twitter campaign.