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We have recorded and uploaded a range of new training videos to our SWIMTAG Operator accounts and the SWIMTAG Training Centre. The new videos include some commonly asked questions, how to setup a setup a self-service system, new staff member training videos, com port readers, how to use the Aures Yuno and more. Head to the Training Videos page of your Operator account to view, each video has its own public link that you can share with other members of staff.
You can view the training videos here: https://www.swimtag.com/client/training-videos.xhtml
As part of our partnership with Zoggs, we’ve teamed up with them and endurance Swimmer Adam “Ocean” Walker to create some exciting new SWIMTAG challenges for all our users in the UK. Adam Walker is the first British Swimmer, and only the 2nd person in the world to complete seven of the world’s toughest endurance swims, including the English Channel, Catalina Channel and the Gibraltar Strait now known collectively as the “Oceans 7”. We’ll be challenging our swimmers to swim all seven routes virtually over the next few months and everyone who completes each challenge will be entered into a prize draw to win some fantastic goodies, including a signed copy of Adam’s autobiography. We’ve also got several pairs of “Ocean Walker” Goggles, designed by Zoggs with the help of Adam to be the perfect google for endurance swimming in all environments to give away.
The invitation for the first challenge has just been sent out to all SWIMTAG users and everyone who completes the challenge will automatically be entered into a prize draw.
You can join or follow the challenge here: https://www.swimtag.net/challenge/30678/Cook-Strait-Swim
SWIMTAG have teamed up with Zoggs to help you get the most out of your swims. The existing Zoggs Swim4Fitness website will be closing down and all existing users will be able to create a free account on SWIMTAG. Swimmers can create their SWIMTAG account using an Apple Watch, Sports Watch or manually using the simple swim editor. Existing SWIMTAG accounts can also be connect with Zoggs so all swimmers can receive exclusive offers and promotions at the Zoggs store as well as customised training plans and challenges. Zoggs will be working closely with the SWIMTAG team to promote the weekly Rule The Pool 400m swimming competition and we will be launching a number of special features over the next 12 months!
New users can sign up to a Zoggs SWIMTAG account here: www.swimtag.net/join/zoggs
Existing users can connect their account to Zoggs in the Partners section on their account settings page.
Our new Swim Badges are now available, swimmers must have uploaded 5 swims to start collecting badges on their profile, simply click on the badge icon to see which badges you have already earned.
We have added an initial list of 30 badges and will make more available to keep swimmers motivated to set themselves new goals and progress in the pool.