Mark Miller is a 50-year-old scientist with NASA, and an American open water swimmer from California who also serves as an observer with the Catalina Channel Swimming Federation.
Open Water Swimming Highlights
- On 14 July 2013, he finished 18th in the 8.4 km Semana Nautica Ocean Swim in Santa Barbara, California in 2 hours 55 minutes 55 seconds.
- On 10 July 2016, he finished 19th in the 8.4 km Semana Nautica Ocean Swim in Santa Barbara, California in 3 hours 19 minutes 8 seconds at the age of 48.
- On 9 August 2016, he completed a 32.3 km crossing of the Catalina Channel from Santa Catalina Island to the Southern California mainland in 12 hours 27 minutes 19 seconds.
- On 2 June 2017, he finished 4th in the 20 km Mercer Island Marathon Swim in Washington, USA in 8 hours 23 minutes.
- On 8 July 2018, he finished 36th in the 8.4 km Semana Nautica Ocean Swim from Goleta Beach to Arroyo Burro Beach in Santa Barbara, California in 3 hours 6 minutes 6 seconds at the age of 50.
- He finished 11th in the 26 km International Swimming Across of Toroneos Gulf in Chalkidiki, Greece in 9 hours 1 minutes in July 2018 at the age of 50.
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