Shelley Taylor-Smith & Cameron Bellamy Talk About Swimming 150 km Non-Stop At WOWSA Fest
Shelley Taylor-Smith & Cameron Bellamy Talk About Swimming 150 km Non-Stop At WOWSA FestSponsored by KAATSU Global, Huntington Beach, California. Part 2 of 3 Shelley Taylor-Smith interviewed Cameron Bellamy about his Guinness World Record 150 km channel swim from Barbados to St. Lucia at the 2019 WOWSA Ocean Fest in Redondo Beach, California. The soft-spoken 37-year-old humble adventurer from South Africa spent 56 hours 55 minutes in the Caribbean Sea, starting at 8:18 am on September 13th and finishing at 5:13 pm on September 15th 2019. His crew included Captain Jono Jones, assistant captain Adrian Joseph, mechanic Shemar Carrington, medic Mark Small, medic Karen Dunbreaker, head official observer Alison Pile, official observer and Barbados Aquatic Sports Association Representative Rene Dulieu, support crew member and reserve observer Chris Sikkens, support crew members Kristina Evelyn, Amanda Garcia, Karen Turner, Mark Farmer, Hudson Harr, and reserve observers Geoff Farmer and John Howard.
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