We're happy to share with you the news that the World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) wrote an article about swim coach communicator - Sonr.
WOWSA is the international governing body for the sport of open-water swimming. WOWSA provides membership and certification programmes as well as publications and online resources that foster community, celebrate achievements and codify the rules, records and vernacular to help the sport grow.
They published over 18,000 articles covering the world of open water swimming.
It's an honor for us to be mentioned by them.
Thank you to the creator of WOWSA - Steven Munatones for believing in Sonr.
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