Kris Rutford and Gary Antonick met just once. Little did Rutford know, that encounter would change his life.
Rutford and his college friend Bob Mizelle took turns swimming the English Channel in 1987 and 1988. During his go in ’88, Rutford met Antonick, who also swam the Channel that year. Antonick told Rutford of another distance swim that might be of interest: the 20 Bridges Swim. Continue reading “A Look at New York City’s 20 Bridges Swim”
Diego Lopez was swimming in the awe-inspiring, crystal-blue waters of the Caribbean Sea as part of the Swim for Haiti 10K. As he steadily progressed toward the finish at Wahoo Bay Beach Resort, a plethora of marine wildlife would pass by— sea turtles, fish, coral in all colors of the rainbow, those pesky jellyfish. Continue reading “Diego Lopez is Swimming Off Every Continent in the Name of Clean Oceans”
Artist and filmmaker Natasha Brooks grew up in the rural Pennine Hills of West Yorkshire, England. Brooks and her siblings were usually found playing outdoors with sticks, mud and farm animals. They were also drawn to the nearby rivers and bodies of water, particularly in the summer months. Continue reading “Why This Woman Swims Naked In Welsh Mountain Lakes”
There are plenty of messed up things in this cruel, cruel world we live in.
Rape is easily among the worst.
To force yourself on another person against their will is disgusting, degrading and immoral.
Continue reading “Brock Turner’s sentence for rape too lenient”