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Dál Riata Channel Swim

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210° Southwest relay team completed a Dál Riata channel crossing on 7 September 2015 with Keith Garry, John McElroy, Olive Conroy, and Adrian Poucher in a 7 hour 33 minute between Mull of Kintyre in Scotland and Cross Slieve, Cushendun Bay in Northern Ireland with Pádraig Mallon and Richard Lafferty as the escort pilots from the Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services
Hitting the Wall poster by Matthew Warburton about Wayne Soutter's unprecedented swim across the Dál Riata Channel Swim in 2012

noun - Dál Riata Channel Swim, previously known as the Mull of Kintyre Swim, is a newer and shorter 17 km (10.5-mile) channel swim was pioneered by Wayne Soutter from Mull of Kintyre in Scotland to Ballycastle in Northern Ireland. It is part of the Irish Triple Crown and The Celtic Quadrant.

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Dál Riata Channel crossing, Mull of Kintyre Swim

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