Tag: Attila Mányoki

It Is All Relative

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. This weekend, Attila Mányoki will be a marked man among 30 marathon swimmers at the 4th Cold Half in Hong Kong from Stanley to Deep Water Bay. Everyone will be gunning for and pacing off of the Hungarian marathon swimmer who has done nearly 200 marathon swims of over 25 km including a long of 80 km in 25

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Hungarian Headlines Hong Kong

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. On January 30th, Attila Mányoki, record holder of the Molokai Channel, will headline a group of 30 marathon swimmers at the 4th Cold Half in Hong Kong from Stanley to Deep Water Bay. Hungary's Mányoki is en route to achieving Ocean Seven and adding to his 200+ open water swimming competitions completed

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Attila Mányoki Goes 4 For 4

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Last night, it started to sprinkle, then rain, then downpour on the Southern California coast. It was a welcomed respite from the drought that is affecting the western part of the United States. While the mainlanders were comfortably sleeping under wet skies, Attila Mányoki and his crew were heading out

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Mányoki Manhandles Molokai

Mányoki Manhandles Molokai Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Attila Mányoki has been recently tearing through the Oceans Seven channels at a fast rate. Last year, then then 31-year-old completed the third fastest crossing of the Tsugaru Channel in history with a 7 hour 29 minute swim. Today, the former professional marathon swimmer from

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Attila To Attempt A Quick Two-Fer

Attila To Attempt A Quick Two-Fer Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Attila Mányoki, who has crossed the English Channel and Tsugaru Channel as well as a number of other marathon swims, will have a tough double in the Pacific Ocean in a few weeks. On September 21st, he will set off on a Molokai Channel crossing in Hawaii, and then will head

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Cruising In The Corinth Canal

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Attila Manyoki of Hungary and Giannis Kotsiopoulos of Greece and two members of the Leandros swim club completed a 6 km Corinth Canal solo swim in 2005. "We were the first swimmers who swam across the Corinthos channel," explains Manyoki. "Kotsiopoupou was the organizer and one of the swimmers. All the

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