As the swimming pools are closed due to the co-vid lock down and a lot of my swimming friends have some more time due to being furloughed I’m making it a mission to try and swim in a different place each week. There are some amazing places to swim that aren’t too far away and I’ve discovered some super spots.
This is part 5 of my blogs about swimming the channel in a 6 person relay. In this blog I’ll share some practical tips and information that might help.
This is Part 4 in my series about Swimming the Channel in a 6 person relay. Here’s some sample sessions.
This is Part 3 of my Channel Swimming Blogs where I’m sharing some tips and experiences about how to prepare for a 6 person Channel Relay.
It’s been more than 12 weeks since the pool’s closed due to the Co-Vid lockdown. I’ve just heard from some of my local pools that they’ll be open again next week! Hurrah! I’m so excited! I’ve loved swimming outdoors for the last 12 weeks – it’s been super refreshing and I’ve learned loads. With the pools opening again next week it made me think about why I also like pool swimming and here’s some thoughts about the things I’ve missed.
David Walliams swam the English Channel….so perhaps he inspired you or you’ve thought it’s something you’d always like to have a go at? Doing it in a team of six as a relay is a great challenge and a fantastic way to experience the channel and have an epic endurance adventure. But you’re probably wondering how good you need to be? And if it’s something you could ever possibly do? So here are some of my thoughts about what it takes to get across the English Channel in a relay team of six people.