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VIEW FROM THE WATER

Simon Griffiths reflects on eight years of publishing H2Open and Outdoor Swimmer

This month marks eight years since we published the first issue of H2Open Magazine, which went on to become Outdoor Swimmer in April 2017. A lot has changed in those eight years, not least our name! Before launching the magazine, I had many meetings with swimmers, coaches and businesses connected to swimming to see what they thought of the idea of a magazine about swimming outside. While in general the feedback was positive, a few people wondered if we could find enough content for a second issue. In truth, we had very little idea what stories would go into Issue 2 but I pretended I did and, luckily, 62 issues later, we’re still being sent brilliant stories to share.

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In this issue we explore cold water swimming and ageing in ‘The Tonic of Longevity’; Lindsey Cole, the Urban Mermaid, tells the story behind her swim of the length of the Thames collecting litter; we have psychological tips to help you deal with cold water; Elaine Howley celebrates pioneering Victorian swimming heroine Agnes Beckwith; and coach James Ewart explains how to swim faster by swimming slowly: it’s all in the maths! Plus, event reviews from Norfolk to Bermuda, warming winter recipes, swimming from Corsica to Sardinia and comprehensive UK and international event listings to help you plan your summer swims.