In celebration of National Fitness Day 2020, we look at the ways in which swimming helps our physical and mental health.
Due to the current restrictions with regard the Covid-19 virus, Open Water Swimathon 2020 is now part of the brand-new MySwimathon 2020 campaign. You can enter today! Once entered, you can take part at any open water venue (or pool!) of your choosing from today until 31 October.
FUNDRAISE FOR CANCER RESEARCH UK AND MARIE CURIE
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Today is #NationalFitnessDay!
Make today count! Week 7 of @Duncan_Goodhew’s morning stretch series focuses on the back, great for swimmers and an… https://t.co/AkO3cBLZBQ
Have you joined our Strava Club?
Get your hands on our exclusive 2020 Swimathon t-shirt! ✅ £10 of your purchase goes straight to @mariecurieuk and… https://t.co/aAxZIWWDN2
Check out how our 2020 swimmers are doing so far... pretty well, wouldn't you say?!
It’s Week 6 of @Duncan_Goodhew’s morning stretch series! This one focuses on your core and will help you in your sw… https://t.co/RESYmMfanx
Olivia is taking on her first Swimathon this year and feels like she's regaining a sense of purpose through swimming - find out how her challenge is going.
Blackpool resident and primary school teacher, Catherine Cremona, is relieved and excited to get back into the water after months away from her local pool – particularly as she has a training regime to undertake in these unprecedented times.
After his battle with cancer, David wants to give back this year so is taking on his own Swimathon challenge to help raise funds for Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie.
After five months without access to the local swimming pool, Wrexham resident Jane Bowyer-Jones is relieved to be able to get back into the water - particularly as she has a training regime to undertake in these unprecedented times, and a poignant reason for doing so.