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The Made in Chelsea star talks sustainable business and how she turned fishing nets into bikinis.
Sydney's Bondi Beach has reopened to swimmers and surfers. But access is regulated and no-one is allowed to linger on the sand.
Instagram eco-warriors Zanna and Natalie are using their platform to create unique, sustainable swimwear.
Russian winter swimmers, also known as 'walruses' in the country, took to the freezing waters of Lake Baikal to mark national Walrus Day.
Sarah Thomas, 37, set off from Dover on Sunday morning and completed the gruelling feat in 54 hours and 13 minutes, according to a swim tracker.
Children splashed inside a mobile pool in the El Infernal neighborhood in the province of Pinar del Rio, part of Cuba's renowned tobacco-growing zone.
Brave swimmers took the plunge into the murky, stinky waters of the Waen Rhydd peat bog to compete in the World Bog Snorkelling Championships in Wales on Sunday (August 25).
Italian Olympic swimmer Filippo Magnini has been hailed a hero after saving a man from drowning off the coast of Sardinia.
Here are 7 sustainable brands using these recycled fabrics to put their own twist on swimwear.
Wearing tails made of plastic fins covered by shimmering fabric, five women glided through a pool at a Malaysian centre that teaches people how to swim like mermaids.
British adventurer Ross Edgley made history on Sunday when he became the first person to swim around the coast of mainland Britain.
Trendy labels preserving natural resources by avoiding the extraction of crude oil, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, and diverting waste from landfills.
Paralympic swimmer Sümeyye Boyaci says “fish also have no arms but decided to swim”.
British adventurer Ross Edgley surpassed the previous record on the 74th day of his journey. The swimmer is aiming to become the first to circuit the British mainland.
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