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#Swimming - You might think twice about that dip at the Forty Foot after new research identified a link between swimming in cold water and an increased risk of strokes. Finnish news website YLE reports on the study by Chinese…
#Swim360 - Two years ago they became the first people to navigate Asia's longest river from source to sea by kayak when they completed the 16,000-mile Silk Roads to Shanghai. Now David Burns and Maghnus Collins are undertaking another great challenge…
#IrelandSwim - The main challenges confronting two swimmers who aim to become the first to circumnavigate the entire island of Ireland this summer will be stormy seas, rough weather and stinging jellyfish, writes The Irish Times. David Burns from Coleraine…
#LiffeySwim - Dublin celebrated its 95th Liffey Swim yesterday as more than 360 people took to the river's waters yesterday (13 September) for the annual race through the heart of the capital. As The Irish Times reports, 257 men and…
#boyneswim – The inaugural Boyne swim which was held as part of the Irish maritime festival was won by nationally acclaimed swimmer and tri-athlete Brian Harris, Base2Race, from Ashford Co Wicklow who won the race in a time of 27.46…
#watersafety – Irish Water Safety is appealing to the public to stay within their depth when swimming in open water during this current spell of hot weather, following an analysis of the thirteen drownings in last years heat wave. Swim…
#coastguard – A massive search is underway for a missing swimmer in the Ravenglass estuary. Liverpool Coastguard took a 999 call from a member of the public just after 9am this morning. They reported seeing a man up to his…
#Swimming - Some 50 friends of a young German-Irish man in a coma since a road accident in the US last year are this weekend racing to swim all 17 Irish coastal counties over 38 hours for his recovery, as…
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Tom MacSweeney - This Island Nation
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