I have limited mobility, is this a problem?
No. As we've said elsewhere, the great thing about the Gone Swimming team is that we are local guides, with local knowledge.
Whether you are a wheelchair user, or have prosthetic limbs, or just need to take it slow sometimes - that is absolutely no reason not to swim outdoors.
If we know in advance, we can ensure that of our swims are accessible to you - because we know the area so well, we know where there are steps, where there are ramps, where it is muddy, and where it is gravelly.
We deeply believe that swimming is a great leveller and an activity that is accessible to all. Water supports the body weight, and regardless of your level of mobility - the pleasure of floating around and taking in the environment is immense.
For some inspirational individuals, demonstrating what is possible - have a look at these guys:
Maybe think about starting your journey to a gold medal?
Here is the link to the Disability Swimming pages of the British Swimming.