Bryan Avery

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Bryan Avery is an open water swimmer from Elgin, Scotland.

Bryan Avery's Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming certificate

Open Water Swimming Career

  • Avery completed his first marathon swim across the English Channel on 22 September 2013 in 14 hours 32 minutes
  • He is a member of the Overlord 70 relay team that crossed the English Channel in 12 hours 8 minutes on 8 June 2014 to commemorate D-Day and to replicate the composition of the Allied Expeditionary Force of 1944
  • He was the second person to circumnavigate around Koh Tao Island (24 km) on 3 June 2015 in a time of 7 hours 56 minutes and 41 seconds
  • He completed the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim on 28 July 2015 in a time of 8 hours 29 minutes and 54 seconds
  • He achieved the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming by finishing a crossing of the Catalina Channel in 12 hours 54 minutes on 16 October 2015
  • He swam from the Sun to the Moon[1] on 17th April 2016 at over 3,800 in Lake Titicaca

Overlord 70 Relay Members

  • John Kulewicz, the team leader and an American lawyer from Columbus, Ohio
  • Bryan Avery, British information technology consultant
  • John Boyd, a retired U.S. Army Lt. Colonel now working for NATO
  • Joe Hall, a U.S. Air Force Colonel and B2 Stealth Bomber pilot
  • James Penrose, an American lawyer living in London
  • Edward Williams, a British marathon swimmer and swim instructor
  • Don McNeil (alternate), a Canadian-born physician who practices in Columbus, Ohio

Overlord 70 Video by Bryan Avery

3 Lake Swim

Around Koh Tao Island Swim

Manhattan Island Marathon Swim MIMS

Catalina Channel

Full report can be found here: [2]

from the Sun to the Moon

Full report can be found here: [3]

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