Tag: Harry Huffaker

Swimming In The Sawtooths

Swimming In The Sawtooths Courtesy of Harry Huffaker. Far from the maddening crowds of America's big cities, the threat of the coronavirus, raucous presidential and congressional politics, and outbreaks of civil disobedience, International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Honor Swimmer Harry Huffaker enjoys his days of solitude and high-altitude swimming in

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Harry Huffaker’s Three Islands Swim

https://youtu.be/jNXVgTGdqMA Harry Huffaker's Three Islands Swim Courtesy of Harry Huffaker, Maui - Lanai - Molokai, Pacific Ocean. In 1989, Dr. Harry Huffaker, a dentist from Oahu, attempted a 63 km swim that had never been attempted before: the 3 Islands Swim or the Maui Nui Crossings between the islands of Maui,  Lanai, and Molokai in the state of

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Shark Spawning Season In September

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Most recently, Ranie Pearce had an encounter with a large shark while attempting a crossing of the Molokai (Kaiwi) Channel. Harry Huffaker, one of the most prolific Hawaiian Isles channel swimmers in history, was talking with Mike Holmes who was his lead paddler on his first Hawaiian channel 49 years ago.

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