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The Cold Triple Crown

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noun - The Cold Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming is a marathon swimming recognition and challenge of successfully completing a solo crossing of the 33.5 km English Channel between England and France, a 35 km crossing of the North Channel between Northern Ireland and Scotland, and a 37 km crossing of Loch Ness in Scotland.

Original Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming[edit]

The original Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming includes a solo crossing of the English Channel, North Channel, and Bristol Channel.

Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming[edit]

The popular Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming includes a solo crossing of the English Channel and Catalina Channel, and circumnavigation swim of Manhattan Island.

Cold Triple Crown Members[edit]

Origin[edit]

The Cold Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming was first coined by Pádraig Mallon of Infinity Channel Swimming in September 2019.

Contact[edit]

Infinity Channel Swimming via infinitychannelcrossings@gmail.com

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