England-to-France-to-England

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Jay Wilkerson, coach Flip Darr, Chad Hundeby, Martha Jahn, Karen Burton, Dirk Bouma, Sid Cassidy and coaches Penny Dean and John York as part of the record-setting English Channel relay that set three English Channel relay records: 6 hours 52 minutes on their first leg (England-to-France), 7 hours 26 minutes on their second leg (France-to-England), and the fastest overall and fastest 2-way relay (England-to-France-to-England) in 14 hours 18 minutes in 1990
noun - England-to-France-to-England (or EFE) refers to a two-way solo or relay crossing from England to France to England across the English Channel.

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EFE

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FEF

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