Night Train Swimmers Do It In 100 Hours

Night Train Swimmers Do It In 100 Hours

The Night Train Swimmers came in at 7:29 pm on Monday night under a setting sun in San Diego Harbor, 228 miles from their start up the coast of California.

The team – weary but smiling, exhausted but proud, sore but exhilarated – came ashore together after swimming 17 separate one-hour legs during their 100-hour 29-minute journey.

It was a great trip,” said Patrick Horn. “It was a lot of fun. We put a lot of stress on the boat. This is a great group of people.

Comments from Grace van der Byl are here. Impressions from David Holscher are here. Remarks from Zach Jirkovsky are here. Comments from Luane Rowe are here. Reflections from Phil Cutti are here. Observations from Blair Cannon are here.

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