Open Water Swimmers for Clean Water

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The Open Water Swimmers for Clean Water are the members of the New England Marathon Swimming Association (NEMSA), a non-profit member organization founded in 1976 spanning from Booth Bay to Narragansett Bay immersed in open water swimming, racing and watching guard over New England's waters. Its members have been swimming the waters of New England in the northeastern United States of America for over 30 years.

The organization retains its goals of connecting open water swimmers across New England, encouraging awareness in clean water issues, and creating or promoting open water swimming events - whether races, open water swimming clinics, or informal group swims in open bodies of water

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NEMSA Leadership

The members of the NEMSA board of directors includes the following individuals:

President - Richie Martin
Vice President - Chris DeSisto
Secretary - Mina Elnaccash
Treasurer - David Swensen

International Swimming Hall of Fame

The New England Marathon Swimming Association donated the Irving Davids-Captain Roger Wheeler Memorial Award to the International Swimming Hall of Fame to recognize individuals who have helped grow the sport of open water swimming.

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