Tag: Navy SEAL Foundation

The 2020 Tampa Bay Frogman Swim

The 2020 Tampa Bay Frogman Swim Courtesy of Glenn Paige, MD, Ambassador, Navy SEAL Foundation, Tampa Bay, Florida. Dr. Glenn Paige, MD will swim in the 11th Annual 5 km Tampa Bay Frogman Swim held on January 12th 2020 in Tampa Bay, Florida. The charity event - one of the world's most successful fundraising open water swims - will honor Navy SEAL Heath

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Gene Gets Up And Goes

Courtesy of Lucky Meisenheimer, Lake Cane, Florida. Gene Augustin holds the 80-84 year age group record for crossing Lake Cane in Orlando, Florida. He is the oldest person to complete 1 km Lucky's Lake Swim. But he just broke his own record and set the 85-89 age group lake swim record with a time of 42:46. "It was strong work by Gene," reported Lucky

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Looking Forward By Going Backwards

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. James Christie is creative and colorful, inventive and insouciant. A former pool sprinter from Trenton, Michigan, he has also enjoyed open water swimming since his early days. At his fourth Tampa Bay Frogman Swim today, Christie thought it was time to do something different. So he headed backwards. He

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5K Swim Done In 33 Minutes

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The most popular open water swims around the world from the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim to the Great Chesapeake Bay Sea sell out within minutes. A new swim on the block, the Tampa Bay Frogman Swim has reached that same point. The 5 km open water event is a charity swim for the Navy SEAL Foundation on

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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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