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40 Bridges - Double Manhattan Island Swim

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40 Bridges Double 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 40 Bridges Double Manhattan Island Swim or the 40 Bridges Manhattan Island Circumnavigation is a two-loop 57-mile (91.8 km) non-stop circumnavigation swim around Manhattan Island in New York, U.S.A., organized by Alex Arévalo, David Barra and Rondi Davies of New York Open Water. It is one of the World's Top 100 Island Swims in 2018. Current Course Record: Manhattan Island Marathon Swim - Fastest Double Circumnavigation

Race Results[edit]

28-29 July 2017[edit]

1. Jaimie Monahan (28) 8 hours 35 minutes 43 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 36 minutes 28 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 12 minutes 6 seconds
2. Courtney Moates Paulk (47) 8 hours 55 minutes 0 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 20 minutes 55 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 15 minutes 55 seconds
3. Michele Walters (42) 8 hours 50 minutes 0 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 26 minutes 40 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 16 minutes 40 seconds
4. Gilles Chalandon (60) 8 hours 36 minutes 0 seconds on first circumnavigation + 12 hours 1 minutes 3 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 37 minutes 3 seconds
5. Steve Gruenwald (55) 8 hours 23 minutes on first circumnavigation DNF [[Mo Siegel (65)

20-21 July 2018 Results[edit]

1. Abigail Fairman (41) 8 hours 57 minutes 19 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 25 minutes 18 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 22 minutes 37 seconds
2. Graco Morlan (44) 8 hours 54 minutes 2 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 45 minutes 16 seconds on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 39 minutes 18 seconds
3. Lisa Cummins (36) 9 hours 30 minutes 45 seconds on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 31 minutes 35 seconds on second circumnavigation = 21 hours 2 minutes 20 seconds

18-19 September 2020 Result[edit]

1. Jim Loreto (48) 19 hours 36 minutes 47 seconds with 7 hours 19 minutes for Lap 1 + 12 hours 17 minutes 47 seconds for Lap 2
2. Joe Zemaitis (40) 19 hours 37 minutes 30 seconds with 7 hours 19 minutes for Lap 1 + 12 hours 18 minutes 30 seconds for Lap 2
2. John Zemaitis (37) 19 hours 37 minutes 30 seconds with 7 hours 19 minutes for Lap 1 + 12 hours 18 minutes 30 seconds for Lap 2

Solo Results[edit]

17-18 September 2016[edit]

Christian Jongeneel on double circumnavigation: 8 hours 19 minutes on first circumnavigation + 11 hours 56 minutes on second circumnavigation = 20 hours 15 minutes 57 seconds

28-29 August 2007[edit]

Skip Storch on triple circumnavigation: 8 hours 13 minutes 16 seconds on first circumnavigation + 12 hours 43 minutes 1 second on second circumnavigation + 11 hours 56 minutes 13 seconds on third circumnavigation = 32 hours 52 minutes 30 seconds (with first 2 laps in 20 hours 56 minutes 17 seconds)

28-29 August 1984[edit]

Stacy Chanin on triple circumnavigation: 33 hours 29 minutes (splits unknown)

10-11 July 1983[edit]

Julie Ridge on double circumnavigation: 8 hours 42 minutes first circumnavigation + 12 hours 12 minutes 41 seconds second circumnavigation = 21 hours 2 minutes 41 seconds

Organizers[edit]

David Barra, Rondi Davies, Alex Arévalo of New York Open Water

Synonym[edit]

Manhattan Island Double

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