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After many years of providing medical support in Ironman medical tents, author Mark Fromberg has collected a wealth of experience of what can go wrong in open water swims and endurance events. In the last decade, he has researched all the known deaths in the swim portion of a triathlon in North America, and reviewed the medical literature on all the possible mechanisms that might put swimmers at risk in open water–some 18 different mechanisms have been elucidated. His first book outlined some of his own mis-adventures in open water.
The book also includes an extensive reference section, and builds on what you learned on the first book in the series, Swimming in Open Water: Become Less Anxious and More Confident When Getting In Over Your Head.
Available in late Spring 2018
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Released in May 2018. Easy to read, start almost anywhere! Tons of references to enhance your deeper understanding of your physiology in open water.
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