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  • Chlorine

    Last week I swam 1800 yards in my local chlorinated pool without goggles, and after the swim I had inflammation and a blurry vision for 3-4 hours. Now a week later, I can’t swim 2 laps without my eyes burning, am I just being a puss? Or is this an actual issue?

  • #2
    Hahaha. No worries friend, swimming in a public pool without goggles will always result in dry eyes, and blurry vision. This is because of body fluids such as urine or body oils mixing with the chlorine, then gets in your eyes. Wear goggles and you'll be just fine.
    "The best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself."-Douglas MacArthur

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    • #3
      Yeah dude wear goggles when you train. Swimming without them for the official PST isn’t that bad. It’s weird but I was more focused on hauling *** than not seeing clearly.

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      • #4
        Thanks guys, I just ran back home and snagged my goggles and swam pretty good, btw theres a new seal swcc podcast.

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