The Cold Triple Crown

From Openwaterpedia

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

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

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

Origin

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

Contact

Infinity Channel Swimming via infinitychannelcrossings@gmail.com

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