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Scott Zornig

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Julian Rusinek, Ray Meltvedt, Scott Zornig, and Eric Peters in the Orange County Register front-page article on sharks on 13 July 2014 by Leonard Ortiz
Scott Zornig, founder and head coach of the Master of the Seas and Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association
Santa Barbara Channel Islands
Fear No Pier participants under the pier at Huntington Beach, including Lynn Kubasek, Julian Rusinek, Ray Meltvedt, Theo Schmeeckle, Natalie Merrow, Tanya MacLean, and Scott Zornig just after finishing their 19th stage swim. Photo by WOWSA

Scott Zornig is 57-year-old American open water swimmer from California. He is the former president of the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association.

Open Water Swimming Career

Swim Camp Catalina

Zornig is the swim coordinator and co-founder of the Swim Camp Catalina, a 4-day swimming holiday on Santa Catalina Island in the Pacific Ocean. Swim Camp Catalina III was held on 10-14 November 2016 in Two Harbors, Santa Catalina Island ("The search for the mystical mermaid"). The camp was open to 66 campers and included a special guest appearance of Lynne Cox who presented an autographed signed copy of her book, Swimming in the Sink, to each of the swimmers.

Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association

Zornig is the president and a board director for the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association (SBCSA) that was nominated for the 2014 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year for its far-forward thinking about the sport of marathon swimming. He is a lifetime member of the SBCSA.

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Aged Chum and Live Bait Video

SBCSA Lifetime Members

The following individuals are lifetime members of the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association:

2016 MSF Calendar

2017 Marathon Swimmers Federation calendar

Cover – Sarah Thomas swimming in Lake Powell in Arizona. Photo by Ken Classen.
January – Howard James on the earliest English Channel crossing. Photo by Danny Burrows.
February – Theodore Yach swimming his 100th Robben Island crossing. Photo by Mariza Cloete.
March – Radikal MarBrava in Girona, Spain. Photo by Burno Hervas.
April – Swimmers in Lake Willoughby in Vermont. Photo by Manuela Jessel.
May – Howard James leaving Dover. Photo by Danny Burrows.
June – Scott Zornig swimming in San Diego Harbor. Photo by Lynn Kubasek.
July – Dave Van Mouwerik swimming with a whale in Avila Beach. Photo by Michael Dobrzensky.
August – Anthony McCarley swimming in the Harlem River. Photo by Niles Furlong.
September – Marie Watson swimming in Galway Bay in Ireland. Photo by Siobhan Russell.
October – Sarah Thomas at finish on Lake Powell shoreline in Arizona. Photo by Andrew Malinak.
November – Bernard Lynch swimming in the English Channel. Photo by Siobhan Russell.
December – Swimmers entered water on Autumn Equinox in Myrtleville, Ireland. Photo by Siobhan Russell.

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