Diana Nyad’s Inspiring 111-Mile Swim

September 17, 2013

Becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys without a shark cage, the 64-year-old journalist, motivational speaker and now world-record holder offers some incredibly inspiring words on pursuing your dreams.

A Dance Like No Other

May 4, 2013

One man pays tribute to his mother’s teachings in an entirely untraditional way: by dancing in a pool. David Bolger, choreographer and artistic director of Dublins’ CoisCéim Dance Theatre, sashays through the waters of the Marian College swimming pool…where his mother served as an instructor and taught Bolger to swim so long ago.

A Sweet Cenote Dive

November 14, 2012

Diving Into A Cenote

Found in Mexico, a cenote is a deep pit that results from the collapse of limestone bedrock. As a result, the space is filled with groundwater–and eager divers.

A Wonderful, Whale-Filled Free Dive

June 17, 2012

Free Diving Whales Photo

What a treat it would be to swim with sea kings like these.

The Astounding Beauty Of Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve

August 18, 2011

Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve Photograph

The Hamilton Pool was formed by thousands of years of water erosion that created a natural pool, collapsed grotto and canyon. The pool is surrounded by slabs of limestone that reside by the water’s edge, while large stalactites grow from the ceiling high above. The ceiling and surrounding cliffs of the grotto are home to moss, maidenhair fern and cliff swallows.