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Dan Duxbury

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Dan Duxbury is a 43-year-old British open water swimmer, fell runner and teacher from Kendal. He completed the Bob Graham Round fell running feat.

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Frog Graham Round[edit]

The Frog Graham Round is a fell-running and swimming challenge that was created by Peter Hayes who was inspired by the classic Bob Graham Round, a 66-mile Lake District challenge covering 42 peaks. The Frog Graham Round requires running over 40 miles and ascending and descending 15,750 feet over the Lakeland Fells in addition to swimming across Bassenthwaite Lake, Crummock Water, Buttermere and Derwentwater before finishing where it all started at Keswick’s Moot Hall.

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