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Ger Kennedy, Declan Bradshaw, Dave Berry, Vincent Donegan, Colm Morris, Niamh McCarthy will attempt a 35 km North Channel crossing in January 2022 with Manager Ger Devin and Emergency Medical Technician Barry Patterson and escort pilot Pádraig Mallon]] English Channel crossing on 6-7 August 2013 at the age of 53]] Laura Gutiérrez Díaz with record-setting Nicolas Knap (in middle) and Ben Welsh in Tarifa, Spain after Knap's 3 hour 17 minute 19 second crossing from Spain to Morocco on 15 June 2019]] Samantha Farrow, Tracy Mistry, Claire Poole, and Caroline Saxon after their 13-way crossing of Lake Windermere in England]] noun - Crossing is a solo or relay open water swim in one direction across a channel, lake, river or other open body of water under the traditional rules of open water swimming or marathon swimming. A crossing by a solo swimmer or relay may encounter marine life, currents, eddies, waves, and tides.


The swimmer set the single-crossing record for the Molokai Channel.


one-way crossing, crossing, solo crossing, one way

Tsugaru Channel Relay Crossing[edit]

Video of Chris Kraus, Rick Gaenzle and Brian Ross relay crossing of the Tsugaru Channel courtesy of Masayuki Moriya of Ocean-navi and the Tsugaru Channel Swimming Association

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