Tag: Luane Rowe

6 To Go 88 Across Sea Of Cortez

Vito Bialla is teaming up with Susan Moody and Mauricio Prieto, two other powerful fundraisers when it comes to charity swims in a 6-person relay attempt across the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. A sextet of Bialla, Moody, Prieto, Luane Rowe, Richard Ernst and Antonio Argüelles will raise more money on their 88-mile (141.6 km) charity relay across the formidable

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Why? Because We Love It

Night Train 228 from vito bialla on Vimeo. The Night Train Swimmers include Captain Vito Bialla, navigator/pilot Hal McCormick, observer/pilot Patrick HornPhil Cutti, David Holscher, Zach Jirkovsky, Luane Rowe, Blair Cannon, and Grace van der Byl. Copyright © 2013 by Open Water Swimming

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Luane Rowe Does Her Job Well, Quietly

Luane Rowe's mother was whipping her pink sweater from shore, cheering on her daughter and the Night Train Swimmers. "She is focused and does her job. The swimmers only requested pizza, beer, and champagne when they get ashore after swimming for more than 100 hours. Then Luane has to get back home and head to Hawaii for the Maui Channel Swim." Being

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When Man Is Mightier Than Machine

The Night Train Swimmers - who have been swimming non-stop since last Thursday - are acknowledged as tough and adventurous. Mother Nature does not always give them a break, but today looks like a wonderful culmination of all their hard work, planning, and audacious plans. The team - Captain Vito Bialla, navigator Hal McCormick, pilot Patrick Horn, and

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After Hours With Open Water Swimmers

Some athletes go out to bars and restaurants after a competition. Others, like open water swimmers, seem to stay in their comfort zone. Joey Pedraza, Nadine Williams, Kristy Kowal, Lexie Kelly, Luane Rowe, Brooke Bennett, Heather Maitland, Eney Jones, and Zsofia Balazs enjoyed swimming with sting rays at Rum Point on Grand Cayman Island in Cayman Islands.

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Haley Anderson Preparing For Barcelona

If there was any place ideal to relax, the Cayman Islands is it. One week for the USA World Championship (pool) Trials for the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona, and 5 weeks before she represents the United States in the 5 km open water race, Haley Anderson is fine-tuning her navigational skills and distance work on Grand Cayman Island before next

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