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Channelversary

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On 27 August, 65-year-old Pat Gallant-Charette (USA) celebrating her 5th channelversary of her 15 hour 57 minute English Channel crossing, Shelley Taylor-Smith (Australia) celebrating her 21st channelversary of her 9 hour 27 minute English Channel crossing, and 82-year-old Montserrat Tresserras (Spain) celebrating her 53rd channelversary of her 21 hour 7 minute English Channel crossing at Varne Ridge near Dover

noun - Channelversary is the annual recurrence of a date of one's successful channel swim.

Usage[edit]

She celebrated her channelversary with yet another marathon swim.

Origin[edit]

First known use by Gordon Gridley circa 2013.

Anniversary: Middle English anniversarie, from Medieval Latin anniversarium, from Latin, neuter of anniversarius returning annually, from annus year + versus, past participle of vertere to turn — more at annual, worth. First Known Use: 13th century

Synonym[edit]

channel-versary

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