Permanently Celebrating The Manhattan Island Marathon Swim
Permanently Celebrating The Manhattan Island Marathon SwimCourtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.
As part of the ongoing collection of open water swimming tattoos from swimmers around the world, Canadian Rob Kent sent in his Manhattan Island Marathon Swim tattoo.
“The guy who had done my other three tattoos couldn’t do this one because he said it was too detailed or it would have to be huge.”
“So I found this guy from Thailand who does it with a needle on a bamboo stick. He was just as quick as the machine and it didn’t hurt as much and heals much quicker too. I could even go swimming the next day.”
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