Jeff Kozlovich

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Jeff Kozlovich, co-founder of the Kaiwi Channel Association, the governing body of soloists and relays across the Molokai Channel
Participants of the 2013 Kaiwi Channel Swim on Sandy Beach with event directors Jeff Kozlovich and Steve Haumschild. Photo courtesy of Kaia Hedlund
Jeff Kozlovich, Hawaiian Waterman
Jeff Kozlovich, Aquatic Adventurer

Jeff Kozlovich is an Ocean Safety Lifeguard with the City & County of Honolulu, an Emergency Medical Technician, a Certified Personal Trainer (NCSF-CPT), an International Triathlon Coaching Association Certified Triathlon coach, and a World Open Water Swimming Association certified open water swimming coach and escort kayaker.

Kaiwi Channel Association

He is the co-founder of the Kaiwi Channel Association, the governing body of soloists and relays across the Molokai Channel and attempting the Maui Nui Triangle Swim.

Escort Kayaking Career

Art and Science of Endurance

"Pick an adventure and train toward it. Learn a lot, have some fun and get in shape." is one of his mottos.

Blue Planet Run

"With a sincere desire to help raise awareness and funds for the many in our world who do not have access to clean, safe drinking water, I will go on various endurance adventures including running, swimming, biking and paddling around the Hawaiian Islands that will total, in miles, 2817 and will complete this challenge before my 51st birthday on March 28, 2011. For all of my efforts I simply ask that you imagine a life without clean water, read some of the info on the website and then make a donation of at least $30 to Blue Planet Run to help toward my $20,000 goal."

Videos

Molokai Channel Crossing


André Wiersig's crossing of the Molokai Channel on 15 October 2015 in 18 hours 26 minutes, finishing on Sandy Beach on Oahu escorted by pilot Mike Twigg-Smith, observer/kayaker Jeff Kozlovich, kayaker Marcos Robaina, and crew Jürgen Peters and Guido Schneider.

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