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Reverse Manhattan

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20 Bridges Manhattan Island Swim is one of the event sanctioned and organized by David Barra, Rondi Davies, and Alex Arévalo of New York Open Water

The Reverse Manhattan (or Reverse 20 Bridges Swim) is a 45.9 km clockwise course that requires swimmers to swim in the reverse direction of the 20 Bridges Manhattan Island Swim, a circumnavigation swim around Manhattan Island in New York organized by New York Open Water.

Organization[edit]

David Barra, Rondi Davies, Alex Arévalo

Records[edit]

Bridges[edit]

The 20 bridges going in and out of Manhattan Island on the 20 Bridges Circumnavigation Swim of Manhattan course include:

Hudson River (date built/length):
1. George Washington Bridge (1931/1,450.85 meters)

Harlem River (date built/length):
2. Spuyten Duyvil Bridge (1899/186 meters)
3. Henry Hudson Bridge (1936/673 meters)
4. Broadway Bridge (1962/170.08 meters)
5. University Heights Bridge (1908/82 meters)
6. Washington Bridge (1888/723.9 meters)
7. Alexander Hamilton Bridge (1963/724 meters)
8. High Bridge (1848/600 meters)
9. 18. Macombs Dam Bridge (1895/774 meters)
10. 145th Street Bridge (1905/489 meters)
11. Madison Avenue Bridge (1910/577 meters)
12. Park Avenue Bridge (1954/100 meters)
13. Third Avenue Bridge (1898/853.44 meters)
14. Willis Avenue Bridge (1901/979 meters)
15. Triborough Bridge (1936/230 meters)
16. Wards Island Bridge (1951/285.6 meters)

East River (date built/length):
17. Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (1909/1,135 meters)
18. Williamsburg Bridge (1903/2,227.48 meters)
19. Manhattan Bridge (1909/2,089 meters)
20. Brooklyn Bridge (1883/1,825 meters)

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