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**Day 3 [[stage swim]] of 13.4 km in 4 hours 16 minutes 42 seconds from Lavnun Beach ack to Hukuk on 24 October 2020.  
 
**Day 3 [[stage swim]] of 13.4 km in 4 hours 16 minutes 42 seconds from Lavnun Beach ack to Hukuk on 24 October 2020.  
 
**The swimmers and support team included [[Udi Erell]], [[Doron Amosi]], [[Ben Enosh]], [[Ori Sela]], [[Oded Rahav]], [[Luc Chetboun]], [[Shani Moskuna]], [[Adina Faur]], [[Amnon Salai]], [[Ami Ginsburg]], [[Dror Belkin]], Or Kind, [[Tal Fridman]], [[Tal Snunit]], [[Avishag Turek]], [[Oded Gross]], [[Erez Tzuk]], [[Tzvika]], [[Avi Ruso]], [[Ido Kessler]], [[Avi Ben David]], [[Daniel Kobrinski]], [[Adam Wadell]], [[Ariel Elisar]], [[Shimon Rainish]], [[Moti Ermlin]], and [[Yahly Shafrir]].
 
**The swimmers and support team included [[Udi Erell]], [[Doron Amosi]], [[Ben Enosh]], [[Ori Sela]], [[Oded Rahav]], [[Luc Chetboun]], [[Shani Moskuna]], [[Adina Faur]], [[Amnon Salai]], [[Ami Ginsburg]], [[Dror Belkin]], Or Kind, [[Tal Fridman]], [[Tal Snunit]], [[Avishag Turek]], [[Oded Gross]], [[Erez Tzuk]], [[Tzvika]], [[Avi Ruso]], [[Ido Kessler]], [[Avi Ben David]], [[Daniel Kobrinski]], [[Adam Wadell]], [[Ariel Elisar]], [[Shimon Rainish]], [[Moti Ermlin]], and [[Yahly Shafrir]].
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==2020 WOWSA Awards==
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The [[Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim]] in Israel was nominated for the 2020 [[WOWSA Awards]] in the [[World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year]] category with the following nomination: ''The Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim in Israel was a breakout celebration stage swim by [[Udi Erell]], [[Doron Amosi]], [[Ben Enosh]], [[Ori Sela]], [[Oded Rahav]], [[Luc Chetboun]], [[Shani Moskuna]], [[Adina Faur]], [[Amnon Salai]], [[Ami Ginsburg]], [[Dror Belkin]], Or Kind, [[Tal Fridman]], [[Tal Snunit]], [[Avishag Turek]], [[Oded Gross]], [[Erez Tzuk]], and [[Tzvika]].  Held under strict safety protocols in the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 18 Israeli swimmers swam 18.1 km, 15.7 km and 13.4 km respectively during the three-day stage swim.  Their tandem swim course was close to the entire shoreline of the [[Sea of Galilee]].  The unprecedented 47.2 km cumulative [[perimeter swim]] presented logistical difficulties and required a large escort crew, but the tandem swim was successful in completing the three separate courses, swimming 48 km in total.  For initiating another environmental awareness and protection program where the theme is to keep the [[Sea of Galilee]] clean and safe, for the original vision of Ami Ginsberg to established a new marathon course and offer a celebration of open water swimming in Israel, and for all 18 swimmers who showed selflessness throughout, embodying teamwork and sharing a profound sense of camaraderie throughout their three days at sea, the [[Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim]] by 18 Israeli swimmers is a worthy nominee for the 2020 [[World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year]].''​​
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:33, 4 January 2021

Or Kind is an open water swimmer from Israel.

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2020 WOWSA Awards[edit]

The Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim in Israel was nominated for the 2020 WOWSA Awards in the World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year category with the following nomination: The Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim in Israel was a breakout celebration stage swim by Udi Erell, Doron Amosi, Ben Enosh, Ori Sela, Oded Rahav, Luc Chetboun, Shani Moskuna, Adina Faur, Amnon Salai, Ami Ginsburg, Dror Belkin, Or Kind, Tal Fridman, Tal Snunit, Avishag Turek, Oded Gross, Erez Tzuk, and Tzvika. Held under strict safety protocols in the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 18 Israeli swimmers swam 18.1 km, 15.7 km and 13.4 km respectively during the three-day stage swim. Their tandem swim course was close to the entire shoreline of the Sea of Galilee. The unprecedented 47.2 km cumulative perimeter swim presented logistical difficulties and required a large escort crew, but the tandem swim was successful in completing the three separate courses, swimming 48 km in total. For initiating another environmental awareness and protection program where the theme is to keep the Sea of Galilee clean and safe, for the original vision of Ami Ginsberg to established a new marathon course and offer a celebration of open water swimming in Israel, and for all 18 swimmers who showed selflessness throughout, embodying teamwork and sharing a profound sense of camaraderie throughout their three days at sea, the Sea of Galilee Perimeter Swim by 18 Israeli swimmers is a worthy nominee for the 2020 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year.​​

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