Tag: L.O.S.T.

Grace Van Der Byl Goes 3 For 3 After 17

Grace van der Byl did it again at the S.C.A.R. Swim Challenge on Day Three. She dominated, not unexpectedly, the most difficult stage of the 4-day marathon - a tough, cold 17-miler (27.3 km) in Apache Lake. Just finishing over 5 hours, she separated herself by 20 minutes over the field. But everyone who swam had to dig deep as they faced relentless 20-30

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Steve Faulkner Is L.O.S.T. In New York

NYC Swim announced the recipients of its Hudsie Awards for 2012. The Hudsies recognize individuals who complete the most number of events, both annually and historically, as well as the Rookies of the Year. Steve Faulkner, a member of the Lake Ontario Swim Team (L.O.S.T.) from Ontario, Canada competed in the most (maximum) number of events in 2012: 8 times

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Annaleise Carr Is Anything But L.O.S.T.

14-year-old Annaleise Carr, a candidate for the 2012 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year, finally received something for herself. After raising for more $230,000 for sick kids at Camp Trillium during her 26 hour 41 minute crossing of Lake Ontario, the L.O.S.T. (Lake Ontario Swim Team) member had her name added to the plaque at Queen’s Royal Park.

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