Tag: Bill Goding

Swimming Across The Channel of Bones

In 2021 even with all the various travel restrictions due to COVID-19, John Batchelder, Dmitry Petrov, Bárbara Hernández Huerta, Andrey Bozhko, Edie Markovich, and Sarah Thomas traveled to Hawaii and were able to complete tough 42 km crossings of the Molokai Channel between the islands of Molokai and Oahu. Bill Goding, who crossed the Channel of Bones

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Swimming Across A Rare Stretch Of Blue

Swimming Across The Big Blue Courtesy of Jeff Kozlovich, Kahoolawe, Hawaii. The Kealaikahiki Channel is a body of water between the islands of Kahoolawe to Lanai in the state of Hawaii. It is rarely crossed. Captain Sidney Akiona escorted software engineer Quinn Carver (10 hours 24 minutes) and retired U.S. Air Force pararescueman Bill Goding (10 hours 44

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History’s Hardest Swimming Workouts

Some benefits of writing for the Daily News of Open Water Swimming and the monthly Open Water Swimming Magazine is talking with some of history's greatest open water swimmers. In the course of these conversations, these luminaries in the sport have discussed their hardest pool and open water swimming workouts over the course of their careers. "I have

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