Stars Are Coming Out In Windsor

Courtesy of International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dave Barra (USA, Class of 2017), Colin Hill (GBR, 2017), Richard Broer (NED, 2017), Tamara Bruce (AUS, 2017), David O’Brien (AUS, 2017), John Pittman (USA, 2017), Ricardo Ratto (BRA, 2017), Stephen Redmond (IRE, 2017), Dale Petranech (USA, 1995), Christopher Guesdon (AUS, 2009), Roger Parsons (GBR, 1997), Valerie Parsons (GBR, 1990), Mervyn Sharp (GBR, 2006), Nick Adams (GBR, 2013), Ned Denison (IRE, 2012), Charlie Gravett (GBR, 2016), Captain Tim Johnson (USA, 2006), Dr. Jane Katz (USA, 2014), Irene van der Laan (NED, 1985), Stéphane Lecat (FRA, 2007), Attila Mányoki (HUN, 2016), Vojislav Mijić (SRB, 2014), Sally Minty-Gravett, MBE (GBR, 2005), Forrest Nelson (USA, 2015), Carol Sing (USA, 2000), Dr. Chris Stockdale, MBE (GBR, 1991), John York (USA, 1989) and representatives the British Long Distance Swimming Association (GBR, 2002), Catalina Channel Swimming Federation (USA, 2010-2011), Channel Swimming Association (GBR, 1996), Channel Swimming & Piloting Federation (GBR, 2013), Fédération Internationale de Natation (SWI 1994), Irish Long Distance Swimming Association (IRE, 2012), Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club (GBR, 2015), Beth Yudovin, Kathrin Lammers and Jacques Tuset will attend the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies and Congress on April 22nd-23rd.

Chaired by Guesdon and hosted by Yudovin and Denison, the ceremonies will be held at the De Vere Beaumont Estate in Windsor, England. “The De Vere Beaumont Estate is a charming and modern hotel and conference venue, located 15 minutes from London Heathrow airport, with great train links to London and just minutes from J13 of the M25,” said Denison.

David Yudovin is highlighted above in his International Swimming Hall of Fame induction video.

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