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Dylan Kent

Dylan Kent
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Co-Founder & COO of the Global Swim Series. Former NCAA Division I swimmer, open water swimmer & swim nerd.
This weekend features the GSS returns to Western Australia for the longest open water swim in Australia.  The Hotel Rottnest Port to Pub will take place on March 25th in Perth, Australia. The swim comprises of 2 different races, the...
Perfect weather drew in over 300 swimmers for the annual Rangitoto Island Swim. The swim, hosted by Auckland Central Masters, takes place just outside the Auckland harbor. The swim consists of a 4.6km point to point route starting at Rangitoto...
The month of February has been a busy one for the Global Swim Series. The past 2 weekends have seen some busy back to back action that was highlighted by 2 huge races in South Africa. The Midmar Mile...
This weekend is another busy one on the GSS calendar.  There are two great races on opposite sides of the globe.  Just outside of Cape Town will be the Sanlam Cape Mile and the Swim For Haiti offers an...
The 44th edition of the world famous aQuellé Midmar Mile went off this weekend without a hitch, with many saying it was the best year yet. The race had plenty high level excitement in what was a classic finish between reigning heavyweight...
There’s going to be plenty of action going on this weekend in the Global Swim Series, with some of the world’s most iconic races taking place. The Midmar Mile takes place all weekend and the North Bondi Classic happens...
This Thursday January 26th is Australia Day and what better way to celebrate a land of sun, beautiful beaches and pristine waters than to head to the beach for an open water race!  The Swimland Great Australia Day Swim...
Over 500 swimmers took part in the Newport Pool to Peak Ocean Swim over the weekend. The sun was out and the weather was warm on the beautiful sandy beach.  The beach is located just to the North of...
2017 is now upon us and here at the Global Swim Series we’re past halfway through our increasingly exciting 2016/17 season.  The start of the season, back in 2016, saw things get very competitive between North America and Europe. ...
The Global Swim Series action just keeps on rolling in Australia.  While most of the Northern Hemisphere has been experiencing the snow and cold heading into the holidays, down under hundreds will head to the beach for some open...