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Three Rivers Marathon Swim

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Three Rivers Marathon Swim, a charity swim in Pennsylvania, hosted by Darren Miller and Team Forever
John Batchelder completing the Ohio River, en route to the Monongahela River as part of his overall butterfly record in 2017
Kimberly Plewa swimming past 'America's Most Beautiful Ballpark', PNC Park, along the Allegheny River in 2015

The Three Rivers Marathon Swim (3RMS) is a 30 km (18.6-mile) marathon swimming competition organized by Darren Miller and held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a charity swim for Team Forever. The course includes a 10 km swim each in the Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers.

The 3RMS event benefits Team Forever which donates 100% of the profit to the Forever Fund which benefits local, national and international families in need of help to cover the costs associated with infant and cardiothoracic surgery at the UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.

It is one of the World's Top 100 River Swims.

2014 Three Rivers Marathon Swim *Invitation Only*[edit]

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2015 Three Rivers Marathon Swim *Invitation Only*[edit]

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2016 Three Rivers Marathon Swim *Invitation Only*[edit]

The 2016 3RMS Three Rivers Marathon Swim Alumni Relay included Anthony McCarley, Kimberly Plewa, Janet Kylander Manning, Melodee Nugent, and Tim Bachman swam in 30-minute legs for a 9 hours 8 minute 30 km (18.6-mile) swim encompassing the Ohio, Monongahela and the Allegheny Rivers. Observer Mike Nugent and kayakers Nikki Navarro and Jan Burton assisted.

2017 Three Rivers Marathon Swim[edit]

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