- 31 March 2018:
Abstract Route Types -
Repeatable swim routes fall in one of five categories - point-to-point, multi-way, circumnavigation, island loop, or combination.
- 22 March 2018:
Repeatable Swim Routes -
How to design valid, repeatable routes for marathon swims. Defining waypoints to enforce a minimum distance. Case study in Flathead Lake.
- 18 March 2018:
In a swimming pool, a lap is the same as a length -
An age-old debate that actually has a correct answer. Evidence from Terry Laughlin, Natalie Coughlin, and logic.
- 16 March 2018:
Catalina Coda -
Revisiting my Catalina swim in the “history books” and the original observer log
- 09 March 2018:
Round-Trip Angel Island - a video trilogy -
Short video documentaries of three Round-Trip Angel Island swims in San Francisco Bay, by Cathy Delneo, Evan Morrison, and Dave Van Mouwerik
- 02 March 2018:
Reliable Timing of Marathon Swims -
Suggested best practices to ensure accurate and precise timing of marathon swims. Official elapsed time derives from the difference between the start time of day and the finish time of day.
- 27 February 2018:
On Authoritative Results -
Suggested best practices for displaying swim results, to better preserve and maintain marathon swimming history.
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