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noun, adjective - 6-way or six-way crossing
is a solo open water swim
or a relay
that continues six consecutive legs across a channel, lake, river or other open body of water
. Traditionally, there can be up to a ten-minute break at the shoreline between the each crossing
Team FTD set the record for a 6-way crossing in the Catalina Channel.
Team FTD is an open water swimming relay team that consisted of Forrest Nelson, Becky Jackman-Beeler, Mike Mitchell, Kent Nicholas, Emily Evans, and Tina Neill. Team FTD completed an unprecedented 6-way Catalina Channel crossing in 61 hours 7 minutes from 10-13 July 2013.
Source: Evan Morrison of the Marathon Swimmers Forum on 13 July 2013.