Jeannie Naughton is an American open water swimmer who captained Aquaholics, a relay team that participated in the 10-mile Trans Tahoe Relay across Lake Tahoe from Sand Harbor Beach in Nevada to Skylandia Beach, Lake Forest in California.
Trans Tahoe Relay
The Olympic Club Trans Tahoe Relay is one of the most unique open water swimming events in the world. In 1976, Olympic Club members decided to challenge each other to a team race across Lake Tahoe. Soon after, other clubs were invited to join this annual "Invitational Relay" event. Last year the race attracted over 1134 competitors from all over the country. The Trans Tahoe Relay has become the largest open water swimming relays in the world.
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