Tag: Japan to Taiwan Ocean Swim Challenge

Japan To Taiwan Ocean Swim Challenge, Nominee For The World Open Water Swimming Performance Of The Year

The Japan to Taiwan Ocean Swim Challenge was an unprecedented country-to-country 6-person 120K marathon swimming relay. For their 50-hour relay under difficult conditions, the 6 intrepid swimmers are nominated for the 2011 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year. Learn more and vote HERE for the WOWSA Awards for 2011 Man of the Year, 2011 Woman of

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WOWSA Performance of the Year Nominee Japan to Taiwan Ocean Swim Challenge (Japan – Taiwan) – Bridge Across Troubled Water

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The Japan to Taiwan Ocean Swim Challenge (日台黒潮泳断チャレンジ) was a 6-person, non-stop relay of 120 kilometers from Okinawa, Japan to Suou, Taiwan.

The swimmers included Kazuya Suzuki, Atsushi Suzuki, Masaya Shimizu, Kenta Ishii, Haruki Yamamoto and Kouhei Yamada who swam to honor the support of the

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Staying Green In Blue Waters

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Ecotourism, adventure travel, sustainable tourism, responsible tourism, nature-based tourism, green tourism have entered our lexicon with multiple meanings and interpretation. As our world gets smaller (figuratively) and the world's population grows (literally), mankind's impact on the environment will

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