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Ali Wilde

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Ali Wilde is an endurance junkie and cold water specialist from the UK. He led the world's first expedition across the jungles of Madagascar by foot in 2012 and is hoping the Great British Farallon Swim relay will be another pioneering feat to add to his credentials.

Great British Farallon Swim[edit]

Wilde is a member of the Great British Farallon Swim, a 30-mile 5-member relay attempt sanctioned by the Farallon Islands Swimming Federation between the Farallon Islands and the Golden Gate Bridge at the mouth of the San Francisco Bay in northern California. Other members include John Gunn (UK), Joel Richards (AU/UK), Mary Stokes (UK/Argentina), and Edward Morgan (UK).

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