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Columbia River Cross Channel Swim

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The Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim is a 1.1-mile (1.77 km) river swim in Washington, U.S.A. It is one of the World's Top 100 River Swims and is held on Labor Day in September each year.

Course[edit]

The course is in the Columbia River across to Hood River.

History[edit]

The Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim originated in 1942 when local orchardist Roy Webster challenged himself to swim across the river.

Distance[edit]

1.1 miles

Type[edit]

River

Location[edit]

City Pasco to Kennewick

State/County/Province Washington

Country USA

Region Americas

Contact[edit]

Name Eric Greager

Email [1]

Event Information[edit]

Month: September

Event Date: 9/11/2010

Website: http://www.3RRR.org

Class: Amateur

Wetsuit: Yes

Charity: No

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