home  > Sharon van Rouwendaal

Products suggested for you.see all products

image: Sharon van Rouwendaal, T…
Sharon van Rouwendaal, The Olympic Marathon Champ Who Trains In A Paddling Pool
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
April 1, 2020— Olympic marathon champion Sharon van Rouwendaal is used to going the distance in pool, rivers, lake, sea and ocean. She trains 90km a week. This coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic season is different and we find the Montpellier-based Dutch ace in her backyard on a rope pacing herself standing still in a paddling pool. No – it’s not an April Fool’s joke. Containment measures the world over have forced pools and swim programs to close down. Sharon Van Rouwendaal, like most others, are confined to keeping fit with dryland exercise but she doesn’t want to lose the feel of the water. At the ...
Related Articles
image: This Olympic swimmer is …
This Olympic swimmer is using a tiny, inflatable pool to train during isolation | Swimmer's Daily
SWIMMER'S DAILY
April 1, 2020— With swim clubs shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, van Rouwendaal came up with a novel approach to getting her laps. Wearing a belt around her wetsuit that’s tied to a rope attached to a pole to keep her in place, van Rouswendaal is swimming laps in an inflatable pool.
Related Articles

Sharon van Rouwendaal, The Olympic Marathon Champ Who Trains In A Paddling Pool

SWIMMING WORLD NEWS 6 months, 3 weeks ago

People in this story:
Sharon van Rouwendaal

Products suggested for you.see all products