Vies Braves is a public network of marine and open water trails designed for sporting, leisure and educational activities.
The past Sunday, 7th of July, at Maccagno hosted the 5th event of the Open Water World Tour.
The past Sunday 16th of June, the Lake of Monate hosted the 3rd stage of the OWWT.
OWWT starts its 2019th Edition with an amazing event in Port Elzabeth, South Africa
Microplastics: a nowadays word? Yes, and I feel so sorry and desolated. We need to do something to try to fix this.
The second Edition of the OWWT is ready. For 2019’s new events have joined the Tour.
We are so happy and proud to offer you an amazing interview to an incredible swimmer, but better person. We had the honor to be able to talk with her and ask her some questions about her amazing season, and much more.
This amazing challenge, The Great Bristish Swim, started 5 months ago, the 1st of June in Margate with the porpouse to cirmcumnavigate Great Britain's Mainland, without touching ground.
OWWT 2018 Final Rank is ready and also the winners!
The past weekend, the awesome island of Spetses, Greece hosted one of the best sports event in Greece, the Spetses Mini Marathon, that this year was the last stage of the OWWT’18.
The past Sunday 16th, Noli hosted the penultimate stage of the Open Water World Tour 2018. Over 500 swimmers from all over Italy and from many European countries moved to Noli for the final race of the Italian Open Water Tour Challenge 2018.
The last event of the OWWT, the Crown Beach Swim Race took place on August 11, 2018 at Robert W. Crown Memorial Beach in Alameda, CA.
Everyone knows that swimming is an individual sport, but its version in open waters has certain characteristics that make it more social. When we take part in a crossing or event, we are surrounded by other swimmers with whom we share nerves, anecdotes, fearful advice,...
Few days ago, we recieved at our redaction some amazing products of BUDDY SWIM. They were some buoys and swim caps to be tested by our team.
Swimming in open water is a sport in growth. A few years ago, it was very uncommon to found open water swimming competitions and, what was weirder, to see swimmers training in the sea.
Diego López is an enormous swimmer. He realized many Impressive swims, arround the globe, most of them in pòdium positions...and this year he is facing a major challenge, the Continents Seven. But this is not all, he is about to complete the Triple Crown! We’ve been so lucky to talk a little with him!
Not seeing the straight line of a swimming pool, or swimming in turbulent water without seeing what’s under you makes that some swimmers keep themselves away from experimenting to swim outdoors. I didn’t have the clue, but I’ll try to give some tips and advice to help all of you to go a step forward and get into open water and enjoy your swims.