The Next Generation At The Cocos International Crossing

The Next Generation At The Cocos International Crossing

Ken Barcinas and Pilar Shimizu won last year’s boy’s and girl’s division at the annual Cocos International Crossing in Guam.

The Cocos International Crossing is a 3.52 km channel crossing from the uninhabited Cocos Island to Merizo Pier on the main island of Guam. The race has been held continuously since 1990 and is hosted by the Manukai Athletic Club and is popular with age-group swimmers in the Pacific.

The top 20 swimmers included:

1 Ken Barcinas 39:05
2 Tasi Limtiaco 39:40
3 Benjamin Schulte 39:41
4 Daijyu Usui 39:43
5 Joshua Alba 39:46
6 Alejandro Cruz-Atoigue 42:50
7 Keita Yoshida 42:51
8 Soujyu Usui 42:55
9 Shayne Aricayos 43:01
10 Chris Duenas 43:23
11 Joseph Budde 43:28
12 Patrick Rollo 44:14
13 Satoru Seto 44:36
14 Peter Larsen 45:24
15 Ryan Tangi 45:43
16 Yuya Kitadate 46:26
17 Yasuhide Nakamura 46:55
18 Clintan Cornell 47:11
19 Benjamin Denton 47:19
20 Jacob Bustamante 47:51

Photo shows Cocos Crossing participants Andrew Kimball, Kento Akimaru, Victoria Chentsova and Grace Kimball along with Lennosuke Suzuki, Taiga Sato and Coach Lisa Kimball.

The 2012 Crossing will be this Sunday, May 27th.

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