Changes in winter swimming season

Changes in winter swimming season

25.09.2015 NEWS

International Winter Swimming Association is announcing the term of “winter swimming season” or “the season”. The season shall start on November 1 of the previous year and shall last till October 31 of the current year. The age groups shall be determined by the swimmer’s age on the last day…

2nd Argentina Winter Swimming Festival 2015

2nd Argentina Winter Swimming Festival 2015

29.07.2015 NEWS

United by their passion and achievements in winter swimming and with fresh memories of a successful first visit to Argentina the previous year, 50 swimmers arrived in Buenos Aires. At the invitation of Matias Ola, his Unir El Mundo campaign, with support from the Argentina tourist board, Marca Pais and…

Royal Cercle Theux Natation ASBL joins IWSA

Royal Cercle Theux Natation ASBL joins IWSA

15.06.2015 NEWS

Congratulations to the club from Belgium “Royal Cercle Theux Natation ASBL” (theuxnatation.be) regarding of joining the International Winter Swimming Association! The RCTN was created on November 21st, 1937 under the name ‘Cercle Theux Natation’. It was originally a ‘warm water’ swimming club. What means that members trained only during the Summer…

The 1st Stage of Winter Swimming World Cup to be held in Latvia

The 1st Stage of Winter Swimming World Cup to be held in Latvia

20.05.2015 NEWS

The president of the International Winter Swimming Association Mariia Yrjö-Koskinen (Finland) visited Jelgava, Latvia on May 20. The purpose of the visit – Survey potential venue of the 1st stage of the Winter Swimming World Cup, which is rightly given to the winter swimmimg club “Jelgavas Roņi” and will be included…

Memorial Swim for Peace and Harmony

Memorial Swim for Peace and Harmony

21.03.2015 NEWS

On Friday 20th March 2015, Matias Ola from Argentina and the British swimmer Jackie Cobell were united in their goal of sending a message to the world of peace, friendship and harmony. Between the Falkland Islands, even the +7ºC sea, strong waves, winds and currents on the boundary of Antartica…