- 1 2020 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year Nomination
- 2 2019 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year Nomination
- 3 Open Water Swimming Highlights
- 4 Videos
- 5 Antarctica Polar Zero Ice Mile
- 6 2 km at 0ºC
- 7 Ice Sevens Challenge
- 8 Ger Kennedy Ice Sevens Swims
- 9 2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year nomination
- 10 2016 World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Men
- 11 Block On North Channel Double Attempts
- 12 Swimming with Shivers
- 13 External links
2020 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year Nomination
Kennedy led the Antarctica 2020 International Swim that was nominated for the 2020 WOWSA Awards in the World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year category with the following nomination: The Southern Ocean is at the bottom of the world surrounding the continent of Antarctica. Inhospitable to humans, but remarkably, Ger Kennedy organized a series of ice swims accessible around the ice-covered tundra to some of the most hardened ice swimmers on the planet. Antarctica 2020 International Swim was held inside the Antarctic Circle to celebrate Lynne Cox's pioneering Antarctica swim in 2002 and enable people to swim short distances or Polar Ice Miles. From Argentina, the Polar Swimming Quest set off by ship and stopped in the Bellingshausen Sea and the Weddell Sea over a few weeks. 12 swimmers entered the cold waters of Antarctica with bioprene only with three major swims safely recorded. Paul Eugen Dorin Georgescu set a world record in Hanusse Bay in 0.0°C water with 22 minute 44 second Zero Ice Mile. Two days later, Ger Kennedy swam another Zero Ice Mile in Paradise Bay in 0.53°C water and -1.10°C air in 34 minutes 2 seconds, and Cath Pendleton followed up 10 days later in Hanusse Bay with a 32:54 Zero Ice Mile in 0.03°C water and -3.2°C air. For safely organizing swims by Kathryn Pratschke, Redy Redfern, Dee Newell, Jane Hardy, Tiffiny Quinn, Michelle White, Una Campbell, Martina Ring, Anne O'Donovan, Matías Ola, and Alice Kelliher in Antarctica with the help of Sean Cullen and Dimcea Lulian Zamfir, for encouraging marine conservation awareness while encountering challenging conditions, and for enabling the extension of the known physical boundaries for everyone involved, the Antarctica 2020 International Swim by Ger Kennedy is a worthy nominee for the 2020 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year.
2019 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year Nomination
Kennedy was nominated for the 2019 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year award with the following nomination:
Ger Kennedy, known as Dr. Ice, is among the most accomplished athletes in the world of extreme sports. After an eclectic professional career on dryland, Kennedy has transitioned his physical talents, grit and creativity to the ice swimming community. His innate charisma and buoyant personality make his ability to withstand incredibly cold conditions looks so easy. In addition to pushing himself in Under Ice Swims, Ice Baths, Polar Ice Miles, and Ice Mile Zero, he achieved the Ice Sevens Challenge by completing 7 different Ice Miles in Ireland, Norway, Siberia, Morocco, USA, and Australia that culminated in a 2,800-meter high altitude lake in Chile. He also helped organize open water events and Ironman triathlon swims in his native Ireland. For becoming the first man to complete the Ice Sevens, swimming's most extreme physiological, psychological and logistical challenge, for mentoring and inspiring swimmers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to achieve their own dreams, and for serving tirelessly and charismatically as an event director and ambassador of the sport, Ger Kennedy is a worthy nominee for the 2019 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year.
Open Water Swimming Highlights
- He was nominated for the 2021 Wild Swimmer of the Year Award.
- On 28 May 2022, he finished 124th in the 7.5 km Battle of Carlingford Lough Swim in Ireland in 2:19:38.
- Kennedy is certified as an IISA Official Observer L1 as of 1 March 2022.
- Kennedy serves as an International Ice Swimming Association official.
- Kennedy received the Best Senior Newcomer award from the Irish Long Distance Swimming Association in 2012
- Kennedy is one of the organisers of the Great Wicklow 10 km Swim, the Petrified Forest 6 km, the Great Dublin Swim and the Killiney Beach Ironman Swims.
- Kennedy is the Swim Director of Ironman Dublin 2015
- Kennedy is a member of the East Coast of Ireland Open Water Swimming.
- Kennedy is an Ironman triathlete.
- Kennedy is on the Irish Long Distance Swimming Association committee.
- Kennedy became an ice swimmer with an official ice mile completed in 2014.
- Kennedy participated in the inaugural International Ice Swimming Championships.
- Kennedy participated in the 10th annual Russian Ice Swimming Championships in Murmansk, Russia.
- Kennedy competed in the inaugural 1000m International Ice Swimming Championship in Lake Semenovskoe in Murmansk, Russia in 0.8ºC under the auspices of the International Ice Swimming Association
- Kennedy completed in the 1 km ice swimming race at the 2016 Big Chill Swim at the Low Wood Bay Marina, Windermere, England in 6.4ºC water
- Kennedy assists Padraig Mallon and Nuala Moore at Ireland Ice Swimming, a series of ice swimming preparations at Camlough Lake, Ireland.
- Kennedy assisted Johnny Hayden to complete the Chappie's Swim Challenge.
- Kennedy participated in the 2015 Ireland Ice Swimming Championships 1 km race in Conroy Pond, Northern Ireland in 4.1°C water.
- Kennedy competed in the 2016 Winter World Swimming Championships in Tyumen, Russia
- Kennedy completed a 52m Under Ice Swimming challenge in water -1ºC (40.2ºF) and air approximately -14.8ºC (-6.6ºF)] in the Lena River in Yakutsk, Russia in March 2016
- Kennedy completed a 60-minute Ice Bath Challenge in Dublin, Ireland
- Kennedy was nominated for the 2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year award by the World Open Water Swimming Association
- Kennedy participated in the 2016 Polish Championships in Winter Swimming.
- Kennedy organized Antarctica 2020 International Swim, a series of ice swims inside the Antarctic Circle (66°44′46.5″ south) that celebrates Lynne Cox's pioneering Antarctica 1.6 km swim in Neko Bay in 2002 and to celebrate the 200-year anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica by Russian explorer Fabian Gottlieb Thaddeus von Bellingshausen while visiting various locations in the Bellingshausen Sea and Weddell Sea.
- Kennedy completed a 12-hour sea swim in Forty Foot on the southern tip of Dublin Bay at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland.
- Kennedy is a speaker at the 2016 Global Open Water Swimming Conference in Tunisia.
- Kennedy finished 49th in the 1 km race on 1 January 2016 in the Ice Swimming Aqua Sphere World Championships in Burghausen, Germany.
- Kennedy has completed 13 official Ice Miles between 2013-2020 and 7 unofficial Ice Miles in Europe, North America, the Arctic, Africa, Asia, Oceania, South America, and Antarctica over the course of his career to date including:
- On 24 February 2014 in Lough Dan, Co. Wicklow, Ireland in 4.40°C water, he swam 1.0 mile in 40 minutes in a lake.
- On 24 February 2014 in Lough Dan, Co. Wicklow, Ireland in 4.40°C water, he swam 1.02 miles in 46 minutes 5 seconds in a lake.
- On 1 March 2014 in Lough Dan, Co. Wicklow, Ireland in 4.40°C water, he swam 1.4 miles in 51 minutes 10 seconds in a lake.
- On 28 February 2015 in Grand Canal Dock Dublin City, Ireland in 4.80°C water, he swam 1.0 miles in 46 minutes 15 seconds in the Old Grand Canal Dock Basin built 1696.
- On 16 January 2016 in Wild Water Armagh, Ireland in 0.66°C water, he swam 1 mile in 42 minutes 40 seconds in a pool.
- On 6 March 2016 in Mikkelvik Brygge, Norway in 2.54°C water, he swam 1.0 mile in 44 minutes 5 seconds in the sea.
- On 9 December 2016 in Tyumen, Siberia, Russia in 0.50°C water (with -18.80°C wind chill), he swam 1.25 miles in 44 minutes 10 seconds in a 25m ice pool.
- On 6 January 2018 in Lake Ouiouane, Khenifra, Morocco in 4.66°C water, he swam 1.04 miles in 46 minutes 10 seconds in a lake at 1640 meters above sea level.
- On 22 February 2018 in M Street Beach South Boston, USA in 4.66°C water, he swam 1.0 miles in 42 minutes 15 seconds in the sea.
- On 8 March 2018 in Dublin in the Irish Sea in 4.60°C water, he swam 1.1 miles in 44 minutes 14 seconds in the sea.
- In 2016, he completed a 2 km Extreme Ice Mile in 0.5°C
- In 2016, he completed a Polar Ice Mile.
- In 2016 and 2016, he completed 2 Ice Mile Zero.
- He competed in the Tyumen Cup Siberia in 2014 and 2016.
- He competed in the 2015 Winter Swimming World Championships.
- He competed in the 1 km race at the International Ice Swimming Association Ireland Championships in 2015 and 2016.
- He competed in the 1 km race in Murmansk at the 2015 World Ice Swimming Championships.
- He competed in the 1 km race in Germany at the 2016 World Ice Swimming Championships.
- He competed in the 1 km race at the 2015 and 2016 German Open.
- He completed a high-altitude 1 km swim in Lake Balea, Romania at 2040 meters above sea level.
- He competed in the 2016 Chill Swim UK in Windermere, Lake District, England.
- He competed in the 2015 Winter Swimming Championships / Jelgavas Roni Cup in Latvia.
- He competed in the 2015 Polish Winter Swimming Championships in Gydina, Poland.
- He competed in the 650m and 1 km races at the 2016 Polish Ice Swimming Championships.
- He participated in the Irish Sea Swim from Holyhead to Dublin in Ireland that benefits the Gavin Glynn Foundation together with Captain Ger Kennedy, Vice Captain Ger Devin, Pakie Bolster, Sean Hall, Richard Dunne and Garretth McDermot.
- He was named one of the World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Men in 2019 by the World Open Water Swimming Association.
- He competed in the Ice Kilometer at the 3rd International Ice Swimming Association World Championship held in Murmansk, Russia in March 2019.
- He completed a Polar Ice Mile at 60° 4' 12.412 N 19° 1' 55.2496 E around in Mikkelvik Brygge, Skagøysund, Norway in 2.5°C water in 44 minutes 5 seconds on 8 March 2019.
- He participated in the 94 km Irish Sea Swim from Holyhead, Wales to Dublin, Ireland that benefitted the Gavin Glynn Foundation in 38 hours 52 minutes between 10:26 pm on 17 September 2019 and 1:20 pm on 19 September 2019. The team consisted of Captain Ger Kennedy, Vice Captain Anna McCarthy, Dee Newell, Ger Devin, Richard Dunne and Garrett McDermott with Pádraig Mallon and Nicky Donnelly serving as escort pilots and Milo Mc Court serving as a crew member with observer Ian Conroy on the Irish Sea Relay swim.
- He organized the Antarctica 2020 event where he completed a Polar Zero Ice Mile in Paradise Harbour, Antarctica in February 2020.
- He was a member of Team Gavin Glynn, a relay with Richard Dunne, Ger Devin, Anna McCarthy, Dee Newell and Garrett McDermott that crossed from Wales to Ireland in 38 hours 52 minutes 42 seconds on 17-18 August 2019.
- He is the captain and member of the Extreme Winter Relay North Channel team with Declan Bradshaw (Microsoft director), Dave Berry (sports director), Vincent Donegan (fireman), Colm Morris (primary school teacher), Niamh McCarthy (Managing Director), with Manager Ger Devin (Managing Director) and Emergency Medical Technician Barry Patterson. They will attempt to cross the 35 km North Channel between Northern Ireland and Scotland in January 2022 with escort pilot Pádraig Mallon.
- In 2021, he completed the Red Rock Martello Tower to Sandycove Martello tower swim across Dublin Bay, Ireland.
- In 2021, he swam 10 km from Sandycove Harbour to Bray Harbour to complete a marathon swim in sub-10 degree C water temperature under Irish Long Distance Swimming Association rules togs, cap, goggles only.
- Between 21-28 January 2023, Ger Kennedy, Colm Morris, John C. Curley, Vincent Donegan, and John Myatt will compete against Cath Pendleton, Niamh McCarthy, Sian Clement, Caroline Saxon, Sam Farrow, and reserve Nicola Such in an extreme winter 33.5 km English Channel relay competition, escorted by pilots Mike Oram and Lance Oram. All the swimmers had to qualify by completing three one-hour swims in water temperatures 8°C or lower over a 7-hour period.
- On 18 February 2022 in Woerthersee-Swim Ice Austria, he completed an Ice Kilometer in 25 minutes 26.00 seconds in 3.06°C water and 4.00°C air temperature at the age of 53.
Courtesy of Bolot Bochkarev
Antarctica Polar Zero Ice Mile
2 km at 0ºC
Kennedy joined the 2fer0 Club, swimmers who have completed a 2 km non-stop open water swim in water temperature at 0ºC that includes Lynne Cox (USA in 2004), Alexander Brylin (Russia, 2012), Andrey Sychyovv (Russia, 2012), and Henri Kaarma (Estonia, 2014).
Ice Sevens Challenge
The Ice Sevens Challenge or Ice Sevens is the ice swimming equivalent of the Oceans Seven. Created by Ger Kennedy and Steven Munatones, to achieve the Ice Sevens, a swimmer must complete a 1 km swim under standard ice swimming rules (i.e., no wetsuit and no neoprene hat) in a man-made pool or in the open water in the following locations:
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in Europe
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in Oceania
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in Asia
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in North America
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in Africa
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any location in South America
o An Ice Mile swum below 5ºC (41ºF) in any Polar location at 60º south or below or 60º north or above
With one important caveat, one of the seven Ice Miles must be a documented Zero Ice Mile (defined as a solo mile swim performed at below 1ºC).
Ger Kennedy Ice Sevens Swims
1st Ice Mile in Europe in Lough Dan, Co. Wicklow, Ireland on 24 February 2013, 1 mile in 3.3°C water in 40 minutes in a freshwater glacier lake
2nd Ice Mile in Mikkelvik Brygge, Karlsøy, Norway (Polar Ice Mile) on 6 March 2017, 1 mile in 2.5°C in 34 minutes 5 seconds in a sea water Norwegian fjord
3rd Ice Mile Zero in Asia in Tyumen, Siberia, Russia on 9 December 2017, 2 km in 0.5°C in 43 minutes 10 seconds in a 25m 3-lane ice pool called the lake of champions
4th Ice Mile in Africa in Lake Ouiouane, Mid-Atlas mountains of Morocco on 6 January 2018, 1 mile in 3.7°C in 37 minutes 10 seconds in a high altitude lake at 1630 meters
5th Ice Mile in North America at M Street Beach, Boston, USA on 22 February 2018, 1 mile in 4.7°C in 32 minutes 15 seconds in the open sea
6th Ice Mile in Oceania in the Thredbo Reservoir, NSW Australia on 1 June 2019, 1 mile in 2.8°C in 38 minutes 2 seconds in a high altitude fresh water lake at 1440 meters
7th Ice Mile in South America was held in Portillo, Chile on 4 October 2019, 1 mile in 3.9°C in a high-altitude freshwater glacier lake at 2,880 meters
2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year nomination
Kennedy was nominated for the 2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year award.
Ger Kennedy is one of the world's grittiest, guttiest swimmers specializing in The Ice. His phenomenal 52-meter Under Ice Swimming challenge in -1ºC (40.2ºF) water in Yakutsk, Russia is an example of how the Irish ice swimmer loves to push his body and mind in myriad ways - and help others do the same. He completed an hour Ice Bath Challenge and raced in various Ice Swimming Championship events from above the Arctic Circle to Tyumen to Lake Windermere. He also tirelessly organized the Great Wicklow 10 km Swim, the Petrified Forest 6 km Open Sea Swim, the Dublin Night Swim on behalf of the East Coast of Ireland Open Water. Whether it is Ironman swims in his native Ireland or ice swimming around the world, Kennedy lends a helping hand, a friendly eye, and a watchful eye for those who seek his advice. He also conceived of the Ice Sevens Challenge, the cold water swimming equivalent of the Oceans Seven. For his under-freezing-water swim in the Lena River, for helping others achieve their open water dreams, for his creativity in establishing the Ice Sevens, Ger Kennedy is a worthy nominee for the 2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year.
2016 World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Men
1. Dr. Doron Amosi, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel
2. Antonio Argüelles Díaz-González, channel swimmer and endurance athlete from Mexico
4. Cyril Baldock, marathon/channel swimmer from Australia
4. Ram Barkai, administrator, event organizer and ice swimmer from South Africa
5. John Batchelder, butterflying marathon swimmer from USA
6. Nejib Belhedi, marathon/stage/boat pull swimmer from Tunisia
6. Alexander Brylin, channel ice swimmer from Russia
8. Luc Chetboun, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel
9. Salvatore Cimmino, amputee advocate and marathon/extreme swimmer from Italy
10. Jean Craven, marathon/extreme swimmer from South Africa
11. Ned Denison, IMSHOF administrator and marathon/ice swimmer from Ireland
12. Craig Dietz, disabled open water swimmer from USA
14. Ben Enosh, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel/USA
14. Udi Erell, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel
15. Stephen Junk, channel swimmer from Australia
16. Henri Kaarma, event organizer and ice swimmer from Estonia
16. Ger Kennedy, ice, underwater and extreme swimmer from Ireland
18. Craig Lenning, marathon/channel/ice swimmer from the USA
19. Neil Macaskill, extreme/cross-border swimmer from South Africa
20. Pádraig Mallon, escort pilot, event organizer and marathon/channel/ice swimmer from Ireland
21. Ingemar Patiño Macarine, channel/marathon swimmer from the Philippines
22. Andrew Malinak, administrator and cold water/marathon/channel swimmer from the USA
24. Chris Marthinusen, extreme/high-altitude swimmer from South Africa
24. Patrick McKnight, marathon/channel swimmer from the USA
25. Allan McLeland, Peak and Pond swimmer/climber from the USA
26. Darren Miller, channel swimmer and event director from the USA
26. Rohan More, marathon/channel swimmer from India
28. Gullupilli Narhari, extreme relay swimmer from India
29. Matías Ola, event organizer and ice/extreme swimmer from Argentina
40. Kieron Palframan, ice/extreme swimmer from South Africa
41. James Pittar, blind marathon/channel swimmer from Australia
42. Javier Mérida Prieto, disabled Triple Crown swimmer from Spain
44. Lewis Pugh OIG, ocean advocate and ice/extreme swimmer from the UK
44. Oded Rahav, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel
45. Stephen Redmond, channel/marathon swimmer from Ireland
46. Adrian Sarchet, marathon/channel swimmer from Guernsey
46. Ori Sela, extreme relay/cross-border swimmer from Israel
48. Dan Simonelli, coach/guide/observer and marathon/channel swimmer from the USA
49. Paramvir Singh, extreme relay swimmer from India
40. Albert Sobirov, ice swimmer from Russia
41. Petar Stoychev, marathon/channel/ice/Olympic swimmer from Bulgaria
42. Ryan Stramrood, ice/extreme swimmer from South Africa
44. Martin Strel, marathon/stage swimmer from Slovenia
44. Dr. Otto Thaning, channel/marathon swimmer from South Africa
45. Jacques Tuset, prison island swimmer from France
46. Toks Viviers, ice/extreme swimmer from South Africa
46. Adam Walker, coach, event organizer, and channel swimmer from England
48. Christof Wandratsch, event organizer and ice/marathon/channel/professional swimmer from Germany
49. Brenton Williams, event organizer and butterfly ocean swimmer from South Africa
50. Herman van der Westhuizen, extreme high-altitude swimmer from South Africa
Block On North Channel Double Attempts
Swimming with Shivers
He wrote a story for Swimming With Shivers, a book co-authored by Claire Bunker-Fellingham and Gary Standen about true stories from, by and about open water swimmers doing cold water swimming, winter swimming, and ice swimming. The stories in Swimming with Shivers are from, by and about Carl Atkinson, Deborah Banks, Ram Barkai, Jo Barkwith, Andy Bennett, Katie Blair, Sylvia Bland, Gideon Bright, Claire Bunker-Fellingham, Judith Charman, Sze-Ming Cheung, Chillswim, Tracy Clark, David Coleman, Phil Coombe, Talbott Crowell, Ned Denison, Nick Dorey, Dryrobe, Ros Edmonds, Rory Fitzgerald, Daniel Gilmore, Will Glendinning, Gone Swimming, Rebecca Goodson, Julie Gregory, Shaun Hales, Happy Cold Swimming, Louise Hazelton, Colin Hill, Elaine Howley, International Ice Swimming Association, Roni Jelgavas, Mark Johansen, Jody Jones, Ele Jump, Ivan Lewis, Julie Lloyd, Jules McRobbie, Sally Minty-Gravett MBE, Jaimie Monahan, Steven Munatones, Diane Murphy Weaver, Jim Nyberg, Barry O'Connor, Outdoor Swimmer, Simon Parkin, Lisa Peake, Kevin Proctor, Jane Saycet, Val Smith, Fergal Somerville, Jodi Songhurst, Gary Standen, Lucy Stansfield, Kate Steels-Fryatt, Swimming With Smiles Book, Tidal Wave Fitness, Jonty Warneken, Karen Weir, Haydn Welch, Samantha Whelpton, Emily Whittaker, and Nicola Wood.
- The Best Open Water Swimmers from 1950 to 2020
- Spartan Training - Early Ice Swimmers?
- The Extremely Cold Water Perception Scale
- Get Ready To Rumble With The Romanians In Samoens
- Ger Kennedy + Team versus Cath Pendleton + Team in a January English Channel Duel
- Learn & Ask About Ice Swimming with Dr. Ice, Ger Kennedy
- Ice Swim Acclimation & Training Plans – Live Q&A with Ger Kennedy
- Wild Swimmers of the Year List Coming Soon
- Wild Swimmers of the Year, 2021
- Wild Swimmers of the Year, 2020
- Wild Swimmers of the Year, 2018
- Wild Swimmers of the Year, 2017
- Paul Georgescu, Jessika Robson Have Skin In The Game: Win The Battle of Carlingford Lough Swim
- John Curley Crosses Monterey Bay In California
- Andy Donaldson Completes a Fast Crossing of the North Channel
- Alex Rossi Wins Ice Kilometer At Woerthersee-Swim Ice Austria
- Building A Legacy In The Open Water
- Frosty The Snowmen In The Open Water
- Remembering Kate Steels' Ice Sevens and Her Son Dan
- Drizzling, Dark, Dank...and Dangerous?
- 007 Swimmers: Extreme Winter Relay North Channel Attempt in January
- Ger Kennedy Swims Away From The Light(house)
- Kate Steels Achieves Ice Sevens
- Cold Plunging and Cold Water Acclimatization by Ger Kennedy
- Arctic, Antarctica, BiPolar Ice Swimmers Announced by the International Ice Swimming Association
- International Day of Older Persons and the Aging Demographics of Open Water Swimmers
- Josef Köberl Is Confined To Set A Unique Distance And Altitude Ice Swimming Record
- Polar Miles Defined Below 60°S or Above 70°N
- The Man Knows His Stuff - Ger Kennedy On Lanolin
- Men Are What Their Mothers Help Make Them
- 10K Under 10°C, Ger Kennedy Joins Cold Water Swimming A-Listers
- White, Water, Swimming, Snow
- How Cold Can Cold Get?
- Paul Georgescu Sets Another World Record
- Ice Sevens Queen & King Give Inspirational Talk For Charity
- Antarctica 2020 Swimmers Describe Ice Swimming On WOWSA Live
- When Orcas Enter The Swim Zone
- Diary Of A Double With Antonio Argüelles - Week 21
- 2020 WOWSA Awards – World Open Water Swimming Offering Of The Year Nominees
- Zero Ice Miles In Antarctica And Around The World
- The History Of Ouma In Tunisia
- Cruising Underwater To Capture Open Water Swimmers
- Paul Georgescu And Ned Denison On WOWSA Live
- Closing In On The Ice Sevens
- Ger Kennedy: Swim Out To The Iceberg And Back
- Ger Kennedy On Open Water Wednesday
- The Most Expensive Mile on the Planet
- Ger Kennedy Completes A Polar Zero Ice Mile
- Paul Georgescu Achieves Frosted Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
- Support Kate Steels En Route To The Ice Sevens
- Paul Georgescu Inspires The Next Generation
- Cath Pendleton Completes A Zero Ice Mile In Antarctica
- Paul Georgescu Triumphantly Returns From Way Down Under
- Ice Sevens King And Ice Sevens Queen Discuss Global Journey
- 2019 WOWSA Award Winners Announced
- Adherbal Treidler de Oliveira Is 2019 World Open Water Swimming Man Of The Year
- The Perfect Open Water Man
- The Perfect Open Water Woman
- Renaissance Men In The Contemporary Open Water World
- Déjà vu – Irish Sea Swim Gets Prepared
- Irish Sea Swim
- Ger Kennedy bio
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- Swimming With Shivers
- 2016 World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Men
- Conroy Pond, Fast Winter Water
- All-Ireland Long Distance Swimming Party
- Irish Long Distance Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- Marathon Swimming
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Irish Who's Who Honours Its Best And Toughest
- It's Marathon Swim In Ireland
- Camlough Lake Starts Its Ice Swimming Preparations
- Chappies Swim Challenge
- Chappie's Swim Challenge event
- Chappies's Challenge Facebook page
- Chappie's Challenge blog
- Chappie's Swim Challenge And Success
- In Deep Appreciation For Helping A Sea Swimmer
- March Madness In Murmansk, Part 2
- March Madness in Murmansk
- 2015 Ice Swimming World Championship Results
- Elina Making Taking Safety To Her Limits
- Fast Frentic Freezing Freestyle
- Intense Competition Among World's Best Ice Swimmers
- The Power Of One, Henri Karma
- Ice In His Vein - Albert Sobirov
- Team Matters In Ice Swimming
- Checking Up And Checking In For An Ice Swim
- Patient Swims Irish Sea in aid of CRY!
- These men will swim in the Irish sea for 24 hours to raise money for epilepsy
- Ger Kennedy Past Events
- East Coast of Ireland Open Water Swimming
- Swimming From Wales To Ireland Across The Irish Sea
- Big Chill Swim 1000 Results: 1 km @ 6.4ºC
- Head Down After 0.5ºC, Head Up After 6.4ºC
- Grrrrr, Ger
- Petar Stoychev, Victoria Mori Win 450m World Titles
- 2016 Winter Swimming World Championships - Live Cam
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- International Winter Swimming Association Winter Swimming World Cup
- 200m Frozen Freestyle At Winter World Championships
- International Winter Swimming Association Winter Swimming World Cup Facebook page
- International Winter Swimming Association Winter Swimming Instagram page
- Wim-like Ger Kennedy Goes Under The Ice
- Ger Kennedy's 60-Minute Ice Bath Challenge
- Ice Sevens, A Massive Global Challenge
- Unforgettable, Unbelievable, Unpredictable ...What's Next?
- Petrified Forest 6 km Open Sea Swim
- Grrrrr, Gritty Gutsy Ger
- 2016 WOWSA Awards Nominees
- 2016 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year Nominees
- 2016 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year Nominees
- 2016 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year Nominees
- 2016 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year Nominees
- Ger Kennedy Goes Cold, Long And Rough
- Gerrrrrrr, Ice Sevens Do It In The ICE
- Ger Kennedy's Antarctica 2020 Swim
- Norway Ice Swimming Expedition
- In How Many Seas Have You Swum?
- Antarctica 2020
- Norway Ice Swimming Expedition
- Mikkelvik Brygg
- Swimming To Mikkelvik Brygge
- Men Are What Their Mothers Made Them
- Dublin Swimming Club
- Swimming At Scale
- Jaimie Monahan Experiencing Life Extremely
- Jaimie Monahan Achieves Unprecedented Ice Sevens
- Irish Celebration Of Ice Swimming
- Nejib Belhedi Inspires A Nation Of Future Swimmers
- 2016 Global Open Water Swimming Conference
- Ouma Gives Rise To Iron Swim & Open Water Conference
- Having A Strong Will To Succeed
- Angling Around Angela
- The New Arctic Presents Challenges
- Martin Cullen, Father Of Cork Marathon Swimming
- Lisa Cummins, Irish Luminary In The Open Water
- Eilís Burns, Irish Luminary In The Open Water
- Deirdre Ward, Irish Luminary In The Open Water
- Kieran Fitzgerald, Godfather Of Irish Channel Swimming
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- Marathon Swimming
- Irish Long Distance Swimming Association Official Website
- Daily News of Open Water Swimming
- Ice Zero Swimmers
- Feeling At Home, Feeding Abroad
- Will You Still Be Swimming In The Year 2050?
- Doing Dalkey Before Going North
- Caroline Block On Her North Channel Double Attempts
- International Ice Swimming Association bio
- Ger Has Grit
- Ram Barkai To Make Ice Swimming Announcements
- Ger Kennedy, One Tough Hardened Irishman
- These People Will Entertain, Inspire You With Their Answers
- Flight or Fight in the Ice? Learn How From Ger Kennedy
- Skolnick On Swimming At The Olympic Club
- Mosaic Of Marathoners
- The Gathering of the Swimming Clans 2018
- Wild, Absolutely Wild In Conroy Pond
- Paul Georgescu Before And After His Ice Mile
- Hardening With Ice, Ger Gets Gritty
- Ger Kennedy Warms Up For Murmansk In Mikkelvik Brygge
- Vladislav Sapozhikov Wins 200m Freestyle World Title