Tag: Swim for Hope

Carina Bruwer Swimming For Hope

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Carina Bruwer will take her Swim For Hope project to Europe this month. The mother and lead player of SAMA Award-winning instrumental pop group Sterling EQ will undertake two crossings in Italy in support of the Little Fighters Cancer Trust, a South African organization that supports children with cancer

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Swim For Hope Around Cape Point Is On

15 swimmers between 24 and 61 years will attempt an extreme Swim For Hope tomorrow around Cape Point in South Africa. Fewer than 25 people in the history have successfully completed the 8 km rounding of Cape Point (also known as Cape of Storms). Since the first swim by Lynne Cox in 1979, swims have been limited by the presence of Great White Sharks that

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Scott Zornig Swimming For Hope

Scott Zornig does a lot for others. He is a passionate ocean swimmer who founded Master of The Seas and is currently the president of the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association. In a charity swim attempt on behalf of the City of Hope for pediatric cancer research a decade ago, he attempted to swim along the entire 40-mile (63.7 km) coastline of Orange

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San Clemente Crossed For The Second Time

An experienced team with thousands of solo swimming miles under their caps set a new record today in the Pacific Ocean. The six-member team of Tina Neill (captain), Forrest Nelson, Emily Evans, Steve Lowe, Kent Nicholas, and Mike Mitchell set a new course record of 25 hours 48 minutes today off the coast of Southern California. The HTC Relay broke the

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