Tag: Waikiki Swim Club

The Year Of The Older Men In Waikiki

Courtesy of Jim Anderson, Waikiki Swim Club, Hawaii. The Waikiki Swim Club has been going strong in Honolulu, Hawaii since the early 1970s. With the guidance of Jim Cotton, Virginia Moore, Wayne Umeda, Virginia Enos, Fred Middleton, Dorie Lalroix, Eve Anderson, Yoshi Isa, John Cater, Natalie Naugle, Tom Mahoney, Marilyn Graper, Lou Herman, Suzanne

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Racing Strips Of Yesteryear

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Bob Justman, Judy Collins, and Bob Luce completed one of the early Maui Channel crossings when fewer than 10 people had completed the 9.6-mile crossing between the islands of Lanai and Maui in Hawaii. "I still have the album of photos from the swim that began at 7 am and ended at 1:30 am," recalls Justman,

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What Is A Pirate Swimmer?

The open water swimming world and the channel swimming world have certain conventions that have been developed over time. One fundamental premise that mostly everyone adheres to is: Pay to Play. That is, whether a swimmer participates in a short coastal swim on a beach or an English Channel swim, the swimmer pays for that privilege. Fees in the open

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