Channel swimming

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Donald Riddington, a newbie to open water swimming, crossing the English Channel at the age of 68 to join the Half Century Club
Channel swimming in the Cayman Islands
A channel swimmer swimmer escorted by a pace swimmer and John Pittman and support crew aboard the Outrider in the Catalina Channel
noun - Channel swimming is swimming in or across a broad Strait connecting two areas of sea, between two countries, or across a river or canal or any open body of water between land masses or islands. Channel swimming is generally considered to be marathon swimming but swims between land masses or islands less than 10 km (6.2 mi) are also considered to be channel swimming.



Long distance swimming, Ultra long distance swimming, Open water swimming, Ultra marathon swimming, Marathon swimming

Channel Swimming

Bruckner Chase is shown below doing some channel swimming between two islands in Amerika Samoa.

Video of North Channel Swim

Driven, A Documentary of Marathon Swimming

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