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Swim 22

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Chris Dahowski second from right with the Swim 22 Team
Chris Dahowski, Team Captain
Nick Gismondi of NBC Universal

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.


The swimmers swam one after the other across the Catalina Channel, four consecutive one-way channel swims in a Contiguous Solo Crossing Relay.

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