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William Ellis
An Open Water Swimmer's Podcast
“Chartable” #1 UK Swimming Podcast Just Giving Page: Outdoor swimming is one of the fastest growing activities in the world, the benefits of which are well documented across many platforms and media. Each episode of this podcast I (Will Ellis) will be asking the same set of questions to my guests in order to hear their swim story, find out what the water means to them, and in doing so find the common ground between us all: the love of the water itself. @owswimpod (Insta / Twitter)
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 99 ratings
Such a great listen. Inspiring, insightful and gives such hope for the joy of swimming. Thank you!
SwimAcross via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/08/22
Thanks for doing these interviews, open water swimming can seem a bit niche and lonely, but your podcast opens a door into the world of this sport and makes us feel more connected.
jlinnski via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/22
So inspirational, helps with swimming and life. Can’t wait for more to come. Thank you Will and guests.
SimFred2 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/21/22
Recent Episodes
The final episode of Season 3 is with the Triple Crown and Original Triple Crown Swimmer, Martyn Webster. Martyn has completed numerous marathon swims over his illustrious time in the sport and is someone I am about to share a swimming holiday with in a matter of weeks... It was great to close...
Published 03/25/23
Today’s guest is one of the nicest guys you are ever likely to come across in the world of Marathon Swimming… a former top elite swimmer who ended up taking a little time away form the sport entirely; when he returned he embarked on his marathon swimming journey - he won the famous 25km Rottnest...
Published 03/18/23
Published 03/18/23
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