Welcome to the International Ice Swimming Association (IISA)


The International Ice Swimming Association (IISA) was formed in 2009 by Ram Barkai together with his 4 swimming mates (Andrew Chin, Toks Viviers, Ryan Stramrood and Kieron Palframan) with a vision to formalise swimming in icy water. IISA passion is swimming in icy waters in very location possible around our globe. In order to allow for that IISA has put in place a well considered set of rules to allow for maximum safety measures in this extreme sport and to regulate swim integrity in terms of distance, time, conditions and safety.

IISA introduced the Ice Mile as its ultimate achievement of swimming in ice waters. An Ice Mile is One Mile in water of 5C or less. Unassisted and with one pair of goggles, cap and standard swimming costume. The Ice Mile is the ultimate personal challenge that should be followed with all the safety and controls in place.

In 2014 IISA introduced the 1km Ice event. The event allows for swimmers to compete in icy waters of 5C or less under IISA rules for 1000m. IISA is set out to keep world records with its vision to include Swimming as a category in the Winter Olympic Games.


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IISA 1st WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

IISA 1st WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

International Ice Swimming Asscoiation presents the 1st World Championship.
20th March 2015 Murmansk, Russia

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28Oct 2014

We have received many entries for Murmansk 1st IISA world Champ. However, we will only close entries near Xmas. Once we have done that we will make a decision on participants. So if you are still waiting – please hurry up.

International to Ram Barkai , Russian to Alexander Brylin.

We are working on several new IISA 1km national champs

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INTRODUCING ICE SWIMMERS

Andre Roberts
Andre Roberts
England
Plymouth
England
Gender: Male
Ice Miles: 1

Wayne Carter
Wayne Carter
England
England
Gender: Male
Ice Miles: 1

Annette Daly
Annette Daly
Zimbabwe
Plymouth,
Zimbabwe
Gender: Female
Ice Miles: 1
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