Swim 22 was a 129.2 km four-person, four-way channel swimming relay envisioned by Chris Dahowski that presented an unprecedented and logistical challenge in October 2010. The four-person Contiguous Solo Crossing Relay took over 55 hours for the four teammates to attempt. The event was a charity swim for the Jay Nolan Community Services that was the subject of a documentary film produced by Nick Gismondi of NBC Universal Sports.
- David Hartmire, lead-off swimmer crossed the Catalina Channel from the Southern California mainland to Santa Catalina Island in 11 hours 52 minutes .
- Michael Vovk, the second swimmer was pulled after 8 hours in the Catalina Channel. The support crew (observer Steven Munatones) continued to swim and finished the aborted leg in 15 hours 35 minutes.
- Jen Schumacher, the third swimmer crossed the Catalina Channel from the Southern California mainland to Santa Catalina Island in 11 hours 5 minutes.
- Chris Dahowski, the anchor swimmer crossed the Catalina Channel from Doctor’s Cove on Santa Catalina Island to Cabrillo Beach in 11 hours 29 minutes.
Swim 22 Relay