Month: May 2014

La siesta is over!

It always happens when you least expect it! It’s been two and a half month since I applied for La Traversía a nado El Río – a crossing between the Canarian Islands of La Graciosa and Lanzarote. Two and a half month of waiting and not a single […]

Yet another fortnight

Yet another fortnight has gone by since I came back from Lanzarote, and I’ve been quite a busy bee, trying to combine both my jobs and my training most effectively. I was supposed to take part in a swim out event organized by DOWSA on 4th May. With […]

Never judge a man by his haircut

Here he is, the man I told you about in previous posts! My friend Uffe has agreed to help me with my training. And that’s great news for me! Firstly it means he doesn’t bear a grudge. Last year I made him swim across the fjord of Roskilde in stormy […]

The day I found a new muscle…

It’s never too late to learn, never too late to crack a new code. That’s for sure! This time I’ve discovered how to use my back muscles more efficiently in my swimming. A modest change of angle in my stroke, a slight shift of body awareness in my […]