We’ve all been there. The day before race-day sitting with our gear spread out on the floor thinking:
– Should i bring this or not. Is the water going to be cold? The sun is out, maybe I should take the shorty…
But one thing we rarely question is the goggles. Are they really necessary? Of course, they do serve a purpose, but while running they are just in the way. And while performing the ins and outs, they can become a real hassle. To tackle this some racers prefer transparent ones, keeping them on while running shorter stretches, but only a few swim without. Continue reading “Are swimrun goggles becoming obsolete?”
As you might have noticed, our race database contains lots of info on each race. It’s an awesome tool for hand-picking the race that will suit your ambitions.
Previously we’ve explained what race categories that you can choose from, as well as the ever so important swim ratio for a race. These two are a good start in narrowing down the choice of a race that will fit your ability as a swimrunner. Continue reading “Introducing air and water temperature for swimrun races around the world”
Well, actually it’s 154.
The last 4, in France, just came in as we were finishing up the blog. In a couple of days they’ll be added to our race database.
* (Blue = new, green = cumulative)
The 2016 season hasn’t even started but we can now look forward to 74 race events in 17 countries. Continue reading “We now have 150 known races in the world!”
Today we are happy to announce the launch of the global swimrun community World of Swimrun (WoS). Here you will find everything there is to know about swimrunning.
Plan your race
Have a look at the best race overview there is. Scout your next race on our world map. Plan your races in detail with the help of our race statistics and schedule using our comprehensive calendar. Racing has never been easier. If this is not enough for you to decide, then read about our own experiences from different races in our much appreciated race reports. Continue reading “World of Swimrun, your natural source of swimrun knowledge”