Lucas Rivet

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Chair of Communications & Outreach Committee

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Description


Lucas Rivet is an open water swimmer from Argentina who passionately advocates for the environment. His goal is to facilitate connection with water, he strives to make open water sports popular in Latin America as a means of encouraging respect for the water and environment. Completed long distance swims in Rio de la Plata and successfully managed logistics operations at OWA. Founder of Biosfera Films, Lucas promotes his love for open water through documentaries.


Lucas Rivet produced a sensational hit with his 33-minute documentary film Rio. Cameras above, below and on escort boats capture Anthony McCarley at his strongest and at his most vulnerable during the 36 km Travessia do Leme ao Pontal and the 39.7 km crossing attempt of Río de la Plata between Argentina and Uruguay.


Role in Swimming Community

Swimmer
Promoter

Swimming Interest

Marathon-Channel Swims
Racing 25k or under
Ice Swimming
Winter Swimming

Ice/Winter Swimming Special Honors

Cold 200
Cold 100

Awards & Accomplishments

Rio de la Plata crossing in 2018 - 14 hours

Goals in open water swimming

Down River Longest Swimming

Location

South America

Birthday

08/04/1977

Gender

Male

What\'s in your swim bag?

hope and dreams

Photos

Videos