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Cotswolds Swim

19 August, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Lake 62 is home to LPS Events and its diverse catalogue of multi-sport events, where inclusivity is paramount to its founders. There are options to welcome complete novices, right through to challenges for the most seasoned of triathletes and swimmers.

It is here that LPS Events hold one of the most complete open water events in the South West, from 750m up to the showstopper 10km Marathon event, which include a 1.5km and 5km swims too, all with chip timing,

To ensure you stay fuelled while you lap this idyllic setting, there is a hand-built, self-feed station on an easily accessible pontoon.

With their brand new lakeside café, changing facilities and 360-degree observation around the lake, the 19 August is definitely a date to mark on your calendar, in ink.

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Our April issue is our one-year anniversary issue, and it's a cracker to get you in the mood for the start of the main outdoor swimming season. On the training front, we've got a couple of kick and pull sets to try out or a fitness and technique boost, and would look at how poor technique may not only slow you down but also be a factor in shoulder injuries. Our contributor Becky Horsbrugh relates how she became a hero for a day in Bangladesh when she swam across the Bangla Channel. Then, just in case you thought outdoor swimming was a new thing, Richard Nelsson tells us the story of two swimmers from the 1950s who went about swimming in every tarn in the Lake District, naked.