Tag: Camlough Team

Record-setting Relays Rock ‘N Roll

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. When a group of open water swimmers get together - for a training session or for a channel crossing - they always seem to rise to the occasion. Not all relays are always successful as the Night Train Swimmers have tried proven during their attempts to cross the Sea of Cortez, but the teams always seem to

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The Update From The Pacific Ocean

As of 11:45 pm Pacific time on September 17th, after almost 42 hours of swimming, the Deep Six Ocean Relay team broke the existing world record with Jim Neitz in the water. After pausing for a cheer from the deck of the Mother Ship (Pacific Monarch), Jim forged ahead once again, stating "I've got work to do." Jim McConica (shown above) then relieved him at

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Camlough Is In The (Guinness) Books

Camlough Is In The (Guinness) Books Courtesy of WOWSA, Lake Camlough, Northern Ireland. The Camlough Team, comprising of swimmers all over Ireland, received verification from the Guinness Book of World Records that they now officially hold the World Record for the Longest Continuous Open Water Relay Swim. Without a doubt, this is one record that is going

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