ICE FLASH

4
Feb 2021

Ice Swimmers coming

Ice Swimming 2021

The current prolonged pandemic has been rather unpleasant. It continues to cage us and test our mettle.

Many have lost family and friends and for those we take a quiet moment of silence remembering how lucky we are to be around safe  and raring to get back into the frozen...

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27
Dec 2020

IISA Polars are defined as below 60S or above 70N

IISA Polar Ice Swims

 

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20
Jul 2020

Well done to new ice milers from Australia

Well done to Michael Pranckl  from down under Australia. 

The two have just become the lastest members of the elite frozen mad club of Ice Milers.

The feat was overseen by Wyatt Song, our man down under,  a seasoned extreme swimmer. 

The swim...

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20
Jul 2020

Well done to new ice milers from Australia

Well done to Michael Pranckl  from down under Australia. 

The two have just become the lastest members of the elite frozen mad club of Ice Milers.

The feat was overseen by Wyatt Song, our man down under,  a seasoned extreme swimmer. 

The swim...

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6
Mar 2020

Well done and welcome back to the recent Antarctica ice swimmers

A group of 14 swimmers led by Ger Kennedy has embarked on another Ice Swimming adventure in Antarctica. 

The group has completed swims from 100m to an Ice Mile.

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29
Feb 2020

The Frozen World Cup results

IISA World Cup Series 2020 - Results

 

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5
Feb 2020

Ice Miler 2020

Well done to the 2020 IISA Ice Milers

Congratulations to the following swimmers: Hamza Bakircioglu, Ozlen Luznar, James Loreto, Nick Hungerford, Gerda Holla, Sarah Anne Richter, Claudia Müller, Peter Plavec, Lars Mack, Ulf Karnikowski, Mirka Novotná, Aldona Skowrońska, Ailén Lascano Micaz and Enzo Favoino - who have now become our latest International Ice Swimming 'Ice Milers'...

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15
Oct 2019

The first Chilean woman to complete an Ice Mile

Well done Bárbara Hernández from Chile on her first Ice Mile in the mountains of her home country Chile. 

Barbara swam in the scenic lake Inca lagoon, Portillo at an altitude of 2880m in water temperatures of 3.9c.

Her swim took her 26:11 minutes which is a fast swim for such...

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