James Pittar On Inspiring And Helping Others On WOWSA Live
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From participating in the Bering Strait relay and the Pennock Island Challenge in Alaska to completing marathon swims and channel crossings in Argentina, Turkey, Ireland, England, and throughout his native Australia, James Pittar has been impressing, inspiring and helping people the world over.
Pittar talked about all things open water and his career with International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame chairman Ned Denison on today’s edition of WOWSA Live. The two International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame inductees talked about:
* meeting wonderful people all over the world
* listening to whistles throughout his crossings in order to swim straight due to being blind
* his mindset while swimming blind across channels
* getting in and out of the RIB during the Bering Strait relay
* swimming and get lost in the ocean with Jack Bright
* writing his autobiography Blind Vision
* giving back and working with the Fred Hollows Foundation, helping over 4,000 children see
* working with and for diabled children through the Rainbow Club Australia
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