WYZ Swim Challenge From Quiberon To Belle-Île
Drone footage courtesy of Stéphane Debuire, Stefvidéo from Quiberon to Belle-Île, France.
Stéphane Lecat, Directeur de L’Eau libre, Fédération Française de Natation (Open Water Swimming Director, French Swimming Federation), managed an open water swimming team-building challenge in 2018 with 16 employees of the WYZ Group of Compiègne in the north of Paris, France.
The WYZ Swim Challenge was a reverse-direction prison island relay from Quiberon to Belle-Île performed by non-swimmers who enjoyed accomplishing an aquatic challenge as a corporate team-building event.
17 employees of the WYZ Group completed the 14 km relay crossing in wetsuits in 6 hours 15 minutes under the direction of Lecat along with the help of French Olympic swimmers Aurélie Muller and Marc-Antoine Olivier on three escort boats.
For more information on the WYZ Group, visit here.
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