Blog posts • Mar 19, 2019 08:27 EDT
Bluewater Global Brand Ambassador Dee Caffari calls on event organisers to be bold in challenging normal routines to support greater sustainability in her latest Blog for Bluewater. A key, she writes, is to spread the message we all need to act on...
What's holding women back in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers, asks Dee Caffari
Blog posts • Jan 01, 2019 07:24 EST
Bluewater global ambassador Dee Caffari is not only a sporting hero at the top of her sailing game but also a true trailblazer when it comes to sustainability and gender equality. In her latest blog for Bluewater, Dee tackles what needs to be done to encourage more women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), something we thoroughly endorse as a company.
Swedish Swim Ace Adam Paulsson Provides Some Training Focus Tips As Winter Approaches in Northern Hemisphere
Blog posts • Nov 21, 2018 04:49 EST
Sweden's swim star Adam Paulsson is a Bluewater Brand Ambassador who provides useful insights and tips for keep fit adherents in a monthly blog. This month he stresses that wintertime is a great period to start planning the goals for the coming year, regardless of whether you are a competitive swimmer or someone swimming for pleasure and fitness.
Blog posts • Aug 04, 2018 06:09 EDT
Waiting for the gun is probably the hardest part of any swimming race, writes Bluewater swim star Adam Paulsson in his monthly blog. Your mind risks going all over the place and slipping into near panic... but he suggests ways to overcome the anxiety.
Blog posts • Jun 22, 2018 04:33 EDT
There are many things Swedes do well but celebrating the summer solstice, or Midsummer, at the end of June every year is an occasion they have turned into a social art fest.
Blog posts • May 29, 2018 11:08 EDT
European Commission launches new measures against ten single-use plastic products polluting Europe's oceans. Representing around 70 percent of all marine litter, the ten plastic products targeted include cotton buds, plastic plates, straws and lost or abandoned fishing gear.
Blog posts • Mar 08, 2018 04:49 EST
Vare sig du ligger och plaskar i poolen eller om du simmar långdistans i havet så ska det handla om njutningen av att vara i vattnet. Därför, när jag ska ge råd till någon, är det första jag säger att bara slappna av, skriver Bluewater simstjärna Adam Paulsson i sin senaste blogg.
Blog posts • Mar 08, 2018 03:56 EST
Bluewater swim star Adam Paulsson says the first word of advice he gives to everyone he coaches is to 'relax.' Read more in his latest blog...
Blog posts • Jan 30, 2018 21:38 EST
Here's the third in a series of blogs from fast-emerging Swedish swim star Adam Paulsson who opens the door into the gruelling, yet thrilling world of professional swimming and gives us mere mortals some useful tips to improve our own fun in the water.
Blog posts • Dec 21, 2017 11:02 EST
Medans jag skriver denna blogg (min andra i serien för Bluewater) är jag i återhämningsläge. Jag har just haft en av de mest intensiva veckorna i min simningskarriär då jag tävlade i Europeiska Sim Mästerskapen i Köpenhamn
Blog posts • Dec 21, 2017 10:56 EST
Elite Swedish swimmer Adam Paulsson, who is backed by Bluewater, explains how he's recovering from one of the most intense weeks of his swimming career, competing in the European Swim Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, in December.
Blog posts • Nov 04, 2017 04:07 EDT
The planetary boundaries have been reached. Around 580 billion plastic bottles are produced every year, many ending up in our oceans. It's predicted by 2050 there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. It’s time to act, to use our human ingenuity to tackle the problems of plastic waste and access to clean water. And that's why Bluewater has started a drinking water movement.
Blog posts • Jun 22, 2016 10:31 EDT
News reports from California tell how so-called “nightmare bacteria” capable of killing almost half of its victims has been found in a wastewater treatment plant in Southern California - and, the scary thing is that sewage plants seem unable to kill it with existing chemicals.