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[[Ger Kennedy]], [[Richard Dunne]], [[Ger Devin]], [[Dee Newell]], [[Anna Mc Carthy]], and [[Garreth Mc Dermot]] swam 94 km in 38 hours 52 minutes between 10:26 pm on 17 September 2019 and 1:20 pm on 19 September 2019 with [[Pádraig Mallon]] and [[Nicky Donnelly]] serving as [[escort pilot]]s and [[Milo Mc Court]] serving as a [[crew member]] with [[observer]] [[Ian Conroy]].
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[[Ger Kennedy]], [[Richard Dunne]], [[Ger Devin]], [[Dee Newell]], [[Anna Mc Carthy]], and [[Garreth Mc Dermot]] swam 94 km in 38 hours 52 minutes between 10:26 pm on 17 September 2019 and 1:20 pm on 19 September 2019 with [[Pádraig Mallon]] and [[Nicky Donnelly]] serving as [[escort pilot]]s and [[Milo Mc Court]] serving as a [[crew member]] with [[observer]] [[Ian Conroy]] on the [[Irish Sea Relay]] swim.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:59, 19 January 2020

Holyhead is the largest town in the county of Isle of Anglesey in Wales. It is also a community and a major Irish sea port, serving Ireland. Holyhead is located on Holy Island.

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Ger Kennedy, Richard Dunne, Ger Devin, Dee Newell, Anna Mc Carthy, and Garreth Mc Dermot swam 94 km in 38 hours 52 minutes between 10:26 pm on 17 September 2019 and 1:20 pm on 19 September 2019 with Pádraig Mallon and Nicky Donnelly serving as escort pilots and Milo Mc Court serving as a crew member with observer Ian Conroy on the Irish Sea Relay swim.

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