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2020 International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Induction Virtual Ceremonies 

IMSHOF will run a LIVE virtual Class of 2020 Induction and Awards Ceremony on Zoom.

zaterdag, 1 mei, 2021 - 21:00 tot zondag, 2 mei, 2021 - 22:45

Please mark your calendars to attend this virtual event (from the safety of your own home with your family). Closer to the time we will supply connection details.

Saturday 1 May California 12 noon-2pm ; Chicago 2-4pm ; New York/Toronto 3-5pm ; Brazil/Argentina 4-6pm ; London 8-10pm ; Amsterdam/Budapest/Cairo/Rome 9-11pm and Bulgaria/Athens/Moscow 10-12 midnight

Sunday 2 May Mumbai 00:30-2 :30 am ; Perth/Hong Kong 3-5am ; Melbourne 5-7 am and New Zealand 7-9 am
Sorry for the terrible times for Asia , Australia and New Zealand.

Interview Maarten van der Wijden voorafgaande aan de 11-stedentocht

Maarten heeft op de volgende vragen geantwoord. Het was de bedoeling dat het in het engels zou gaan voor publicatie op de internationale zwemmedia (Daily News of Open Water Swimming), maar door tijdgebrek is het hier niet van gekomen.

Celebrating The Life And Times Of Dale Petranech

Dale Petranech was the inaugural recipient of the Dale Petranech Award for Services to the International Marathon Of Fame.

Linda Kaiser Daring, Sharing And Caring

Cyndia Michelle and Cyndia Lavik produced an interview with Linda Kaiser, 2018 inductee of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame. She has also been inducted into the Hawaii Swimming Hall of Fame and the Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame.

"Linda is a multi-talented athlete and has competed in 50 marathons, many Half Ironmans, 1 full Ironman, 32 Tinmans (an Olympic distance triathlon) and competed in her first Waikiki Roughwater Swim in 1984 when she was 34 years old.

Throwback Ice Swimming, Lea Dam In The 1960s

International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Honour Swimmer Barry Watson recalls ice swims that he and other hardened swimmers used to do on the first Sunday of the year during the 1960s.

"The Open Swim was held on the first Sunday of the New Year in Lea Dam, Lumbutts, near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. The swim was organised by John Slater [another International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame inductee and the founding Secretary of the British Long Distance Swimming Association]...[where the] monies raised went towards the building of the swimming pool in Todmorden.

Lintjesregen 2018: Leidschendam-Voorburg

LEIDSCHENDAM-VOORBURG - In Leidschendam-Voorburg hebben veertien inwoners donderdag een Koninklijke onderscheiding ontvangen. Tien van hen zijn benoemd tot Lid in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau, drie tot Ridder in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau en één tot Officier in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau.

De heer R. Broer uit Voorburg (Ridder in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau)
Is onderscheiden voor zijn passie voor het Open Water Zwemmen nationaal en internationaal. De heer Broer heeft daar een volwaardige discipline van weten te maken binnen de KNZB. Hij is de oprichter van het Nederlands Open Water Web www.noww.nl. en initieerde hiervan ook een Europese variant zodat zwemmers wereldwijd een wedstrijd kunnen plannen. De heer Broer was jaren voorzitter van de taakgroep Open Water Zwemmen. Naast bestuurswerk zwom decorandus van Stavoren naar Medemblik en was de eerste zwemmer die de Straat van Gibraltar overstak.

International Swimming Hall of Fame Announces Induction Class of 2018 and Annual Awards

This year’s International Swimming Hall of Fame honorees include Open Water Swimmer: Petar Stoychev (BUL).

Joe Grossman Brings Alive Marathon Swimming's Past

In order to preserve marathon swimming history, Dale Petranech has kept alive his dream of publishing the personal files of World Professional Marathon Swimming Association administrator, Joe Grossman.

"Joe passed away in 1974, but Dale faithfully maintained a huge stack of type-written pages from Joe for several decades.

The public information officer traveled around the world with a passion and a unique perspective of the individuals involved in the sport of channel swimming and professional marathon swimming and single-handedly and comprehensively compiled hundreds of pages of notes, observations, recollections and data from solo swims and competitions in numerous bodies of water around the globe," says Steven Munatones.

ACNEG looking back on 2017

Now, we say goodbye to the 2017. A year which has certainly been very sad for the family, for the loss of the most important piece of the team, our president Rafael Gutiérrez Mesa, after a severe illness. If there is one thing that we are clear, it is that we are going to continue with its purpose, in the service of all swimmers who have a dream to cross the strait of Gibraltar.