Outdoor Swimmer July 2021 (print)

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Inside the issue:

Welcome to the Mind Matters issue.

  • Linford Christie on his new interest in outdoor swimming and what is behind his success
  • The Icebreakers, a group using cold water swimming to support men's mental health
  • Triple-amputee and former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod on completing a 1km sea swim and inspiring others
  • James Pittar, the first blind swimmer to complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
  • Exploring waterfalls
  • The truth behind eco-friendly sunscreen
  • How to plan a safe wild swim
  • Post-swim stretches
  • Goggles and jammers on test
  • The revolution in women’s swimwear
  • How to best use your legs when swimming freestyle
  • Guided wild swim days
  • The “Shock to the System” pool training session
  • Where to swim outdoors in London
  • The frontline workers finding solace in outdoor swimming
  • France’s hidden wild swim spots
  • And the nine-year-old who says ““I felt swimming indoors was getting boring so I decided to give outdoor swimming a try and I love it!”

84 pages. Perfect bound. Printed in full colour on FSC approved paper in the United Kingdom.


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01 Cover July 21

Issue 51 July 2021

  • Linford Christie on his new interest in outdoor swimming and the secrets behind his success
  • The Icebreakers, a group using cold water swimming to support men's mental health
  • Triple-amputee and former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod on completing a 1km sea swim and inspiring others
  • James Pittar, the first blind swimmer to complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
  • The frontline workers finding solace in outdoor swimming France’s hidden wild swim spots
  • The revolution in women’s swimwear

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