Siberia is a vast Russian province encompassing most of Northern Asia, with terrain spanning tundra, coniferous forest and mountain ranges including the Ural, Altai and Verkhoyansk. Lake Baikal, in its south, is the world’s deepest lake, circled by a network of hiking paths called the Great Baikal Trail. The Trans-Siberian Railway passes Baikal on its route between Moscow and the Sea of Japan.
Open Water Swimming
- The Open Water Cup of Siberia is a 3-race open water swimming event held in River Ob in Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russia.
- Dmitry Anashkin organizes an annual 1 km open water swim and a 12 km marathon swim called the Amur Bay International Swim 12 km in Vladivostok that started in 2013 (Марафонский заплыв Амурский Залив во Владивостоке).
- Russian Relay Navigates Neva
- Nejib Belhedi Is 2020 World Open Water Swimming Man Of The Year
- Bárbara Hernández Huerta Is 2020 World Open Water Swimming Woman Of The Year
- Original Triple Crown By Kamil Resa Alsaran Is 2020 World Open Water Swimming Performance Of The Year
- Kosatka DV Is 2020 World Open Water Swimming Offering Of The Year
- Kosatka DV, Swimming With The Orcas
- Bucket Lists Of Ice Swimming
- The Unprecedented 50 km Crossing Of Lake Baikal
- Nuala Shares Moore About Cold Water Swimming
- Cruising Underwater To Capture Open Water Swimmers
- Dreaming Big With Jaimie Monahan On WOWSA Live
- Jaimie Monahan Wins 2017 World Open Water Swimming Woman Of The Year Award
- World Open Water Swimming Association