Irish Sea Relay Swim

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The 1993 Irish Sea Relay Swim or the Stena Sealink Challenge was a record-setting, unprecedented relay swim across the Irish Sea from Holyhead in Wales to Dunlaoghaire Dublin, Ireland. The total swim time was 29 hours 59 minutes and 56 seconds. The swim started at 10:00 pm 16 August 1993 and finished at 4:00 am on 18 August 1993 and was coached by Mick Kennedy.

1993 Relay Members

Mike Kelly, Feilim O'Maolain, Gerry Carroll, Dave Kilmartin, Shay Dillon, Les Nolan with team manager Mick Kennedy.

2019 Relay Members

The Irish Sea Swim from Holyhead to Dublin is a 100+ km relay that will benefit the Gavin Glynn Foundation. The September 2019 team consists of Captain Ger Kennedy, Vice Captain Anna McCarthy, Dee Newell, Sean Hall, Richard Dunne and Garrett McDermott.

1993 Irish Sea Relay Video

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