Windermere 12-way Warriors, Nominee For The World Open Water Swimming Performance Of The Year

LAKE DISTRICT, ENGLAND. The Windermere 12-way Warriors include Liane Llewellyn, Thomas Noblett, Keith Bartolo, Michelle Lefton, Michelle Sharples and Dee Llewellyn who set the world’s non-stop lake distance swimming record. Their 3-day, 12-way non-stop adventure of 126 miles was 75 hours and 32 minutes of endurance, teamwork and patience in Windermere in the Lake District of England.

For their courage and consistency, the team is nominated for the 2011 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year. Their 1st lap was 6 hours 45 minutes, 2nd lap was 5 hours 45 minutes, 3rd lap was 6 hours 15 minutes, 4th lap was 6 hours 2 minutes, 5th lap was 6 hours 25 minutes, 6th leg was 6 hours 6 minutes, 7th lap was 6 hours 53 minutes, 8th lap was 6 hours 19 minutes, 9th lap was 6 hours 10 minutes, 10th lap was 6 hours and 2 minutes, 11th lap was 6 hours 24 minutes and 12th leg was a blistering 5 hours 54 minutes in rough, cold water.



Learn more and vote HERE for 2011 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year, 2011 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year and 2011 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year.

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