Tag: Patrick Horn

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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Night Train Swimmers Do It In 100 Hours

The Night Train Swimmers came in at 7:29 pm on Monday night under a setting sun in San Diego Harbor, 228 miles from their start up the coast of California. The team – weary but smiling, exhausted but proud, sore but exhilarated – came ashore together after swimming 17 separate one-hour legs during their 100-hour 29-minute journey. "It was a great trip,"

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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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Blue And White And Perhaps Red All Over

The Night Train Swimmers have motored down from San Francisco Bay to their starting point at Gaviota State Park near Santa Barbara, California and are ready to go for a 3 pm start tomorrow. All systems are a go for their world record attempt and massive charity swim effort. Along the way of their planned 228-mile California coastal swim, the Night Train

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