Matthew Moseley Makes It Across The 'Train

Matthew Moseley Makes It Across The ‘Train

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

47-year-old Matthew Moseley swam shore-to-shore across Lake Pontchartrain in 14 hours 55 minutes, an historic first as he reached his finish line of Mandeville in Louisiana.

This spot didn’t seem to come for hours and hours and hours,” recalls Moseley who swam across the lake as a charity swim for the . “Even though I saw it, I had to even stop and ask, ‘Are we in a current that’s not letting us come in because we’re not moving anywhere.'”

Photo by Heather Nolan of, The Times-Picayune.

Additional articles about Moseley’s crossing include:

* Dancing With The Water By Wayne Ewing
* Gator Doesn’t Stop Matthew Moseley From The ‘Train
* Training For The Big Swim Across Lake Pontchartrain
* Preparing To Paddle Across Pontchartrain
* Go Fast To Go Far
* Dancing In The Water By Wayne Ewing * The Long And Short Of Training For Lake Pontchartrain

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Steven Munatones