Blink and you’ll miss it. That’s what happens when you watch professional triathletes sight in swimming. Being able to sight without breaking your stroke rhythm is one the key skills of open water swimming.

It takes practice to get the timing right, but you when do you’ll notice how much easier it is to sight and continue swimming. In this video you’ll see how professional triathletes like Annabel Luxford and Clayton Fettell (who feature in the upcoming Art Of Triathlon Swimming) use the sight and breathe method to make sighting a natural part of their stroke.

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