We are back in print!

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Good news, Outdoor Swimmer magazine is now back in print! After our sell-out September issue, the magazine will continue to be printed and delivered to all Supporters, Patrons and Super Patrons.

Thanks to all the support from existing subscribers, swimmers and new family members across the world we have been able to continue during this difficult year. The October issue will be delivered from Thursday, 1 October, the best way to be guaranteed a copy of the magazine is to join the Outdoor Swimmer Family as a Supporter, Patron or Super Patron.

In October’s issue we catch up with Marathon and ice swimmer Jaimie Monahan who has recently swam seven times around her home island of Manhattan, New York, in seven days. Contributing Editor Ella Foote interviews global adventurer Jenny Tough about her new book and chats to Artist Anita Klein about her new exhibition, Water. It is all about the base in our SwimRun section and we have new goggles in our kit bag that fit to the shape of your face. All this as well as ground-breaking swims, swimming news from across the globe, beautiful locations, amazing challenges and training advice.

Outdoor Swimmer is the only printed publication in the world for the global community of people who love swimming outside. We are a small, independent publisher powered by the passion of a dedicated team of swimmer journalists – and we rely on your support to keep us in print. Our mission to bring inspiring content for outdoor swimmers has never been more important, this year has seen a rise in outdoor swimmers and interest in our sport.

Sign up today and enjoy informative journalism on our website, in our newsletter, across social media and in Outdoor Swimmer magazine.

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Issue 42 October 2020

  • Q&A with Jaimie Monahan - marathon swimmer and Queen of the Ice
  • Autumn swim adventures around the UK
  • The science behind cold water acclimatisation
  • Reviewed: The Best Open Water Goggles
  • The often deadly history of unsupported marathon swims

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