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RLSS and British Triathlon launch SH2OUT website and swimmer survey

Sh2out, a new partnership to promote safe open water swimming, announced the launch of its website and swimmer survey at an event at West Reservoir, Stoke Newington, on 20 May 2017.

The two organisations initially announced the creation of Sh2out in January this year. The partnership has five clear objectives for open water swimming: safe venues, secure events, vibrant community, inspiring participation and industry guidance. Initially the focus is on safe venues and the newly launched website lists the five venues that have already been through the accreditation process. More are expected soon.

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In this issue we are celebrating the joy of wild swimming. There is more to swimming outdoors than organised events and races; wild swimming gives you space to experience nature, adventure, freedom and creativity. Seas, rivers, lakes, ponds, streams and lochs... look at a map and any blue space is a possibility to swim. As contributor Sam Mould writes in ‘Wayfarer in the Wilderness’, her exploration of wild swimming and landscape: “I feel that I have become dislocated from the natural world, from the wild environment and the inexorable rawness of nature.” Wild swimming goes some way to redress that balance. We hope you enjoy the stories within these pages, whether you like dipping in tarns in the Lake District or swimming across lakes in Switzerland, and get some new ideas for your own wild swimming adventures around the country and the world. Enjoy the magazine and happy swimming. Jonathan Cowie Editor