Sue Dyson Explains The History Of St. Lucia Channel Swims On WOWSA Live

Sue Dyson Explains The History Of St. Lucia Channel Swims On WOWSA Live

Courtesy of KAATSU Global, Huntington Beach, California.

Katie Blair, Edward “Ted” Lomicka, Chris Allshouse, Philip Rush, Keri-Anne Payne, David Carry, Jacques Sicot, Sandra Bergquist, Cameron Bellamy, Ross Edgley, Jacques Sicot, Molly Nance, and Kevin Pollman all have Sue Dyson as a friend and open water swim colleague in common.

Dyson, a native of New Jersey who moved to Saint Lucia as a job transfer, talks about the St. Lucia Channel Swim, a 33 km channel swim between Saint Lucia and Martinique.

As the only country in the world named after a woman, the volcanic island lies in the Caribbean conveniently located near other islands for channel swimmers looking for a warm-water challenge. Dyson talks about the following in today’s WOWSA Live episode:

* the first two-way crossing attempt by experience channel swimmer Katie Blair (Saint Lucia to Martinique and back to Saint Lucia)
* upcoming attempts by Edward “Ted” Lomicka and Chris Allshouse
* her initial observer and crew duties with Jacques Sicot on his stage circumnavigation swim of Saint Lucia [see below]
* working with Philip Rush and Kevin Pollman [see below]
* the future of the St. Lucia Channel Swim

https://vimeo.com/422882227

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