The Clean Cross - Hong Kong to Macau Swim 2014

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Simon Holliday swimming across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong to Macau together with Chinese white dolphins on 24 May 2014 during the 35 km Clean Cross Swim. Photo by Jeffrey Lim.
The Clean Cross - Hong Kong to Macau Swim was a 35 km solo swim by Simon Holliday from Hong Kong to Macau on 24 May 2014 and a charity swim fundraiser for the Grate Art project on behalf of Ocean Recovery Alliance. The Swim for Clarity took 10 hours 20 minutes 30 seconds and broke the existing record of Zhang Jian. His escort pilot was Robert Highfield and his escort paddler was Shu Pu.

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[edit] Sponsors

Cotain Water Jet, Life Proof, Escapade

[edit] Organizer

Avra

[edit] Partners

Open Water Asia, OWSHK, Open Water Swimmers Hong Kong, World Open Water Swimming Association

[edit] Production Partners

Scubazoo, KF Innovatus, Maya Grimsey's Adult SwimFit Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club Vision Textile

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