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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

From Neoprene To Bioprene, From Alcatraz To Shore

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

36 open water swimmers are entered in Saturday's 2-mile Alcatraz Classic for the Fastest from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco.

Under the organization of Water World Swim, competitors will begin at Alcatraz Island and finish at the beach at the St. Francis Yacht Club on Saturday morning in the fourth edition.

Many of them will race with wetsuits and some of them will go bioprene.

2015 Competitors:
1. Miller Corrigan (15)
2. Mae Corrigan (15)
3. Erika Cramer (46)
4. Ciara Daniel (17)
5. Deborah Daniel (50)
6. Adam Davey (40)
7. Gregory Ding (56)
8. Maddie Do (15)
9. Scott Garrison (61)
10. Vince Grimaldi (49)
11. Lauren Homme (28)
12. Amber Kerawala (20)
13. Mitali Khanzode (13)
14. Anaya Khanzode (9)
15. Marilee Kiernan (27)
16. Erin Kiernan (25)
17. Hana Lip (13)
18. Golda Marcus (32)
19. Stephen Mettler (48)
20. Angel More (12)
21. Matthew Paille (31)
22. Arnav Pawar (16)
23. Linda Pinfold (44)
24. Nader Radjy (65)
25. Yasmin Radjy (28)
26. Jessica Reiter (21)
27. James Roditi (29)
28. Susan Schardt (56)
29. Graham Schmelzer (17)
30. David Swift (60)
31. Danika Thompson (22)
32. Anna Torok (38)
33. Emily Walsh (39)
34. Gary Workman (52)
35. David Yurkovic (55)
36. Kristen Zeimetz (35)

2014 Top 5 Results:
1. Hunter Wright (17) 26:17
2. Sima Arfania (14) 27:23
3. Vince Grimaldi (48) 29:50
4. Dan Mosher (41) 32:02
5. Gregory Ding (55) 34:55

2012 Top 5 Results:
1. Hunter Wright 31:23
2. Bier Bennett 34:55
3. Scott Williams 42:48
4. Gwen Cunningham 46:05
5. Peter Hossick 46:31

2011 Top 5 Results:
1. Cesar Diaz (17) 29:44
2. Tommy Del Favero (28) 29:51
3. Donald Foster (19) 31:16
4. Mike Lockwood (39) 31:26
5. Hunter Wright (14) 31:55

For more information on the Alcatraz Classic for the Fastest, visit Water World Swim. For the 2015 race results, see here.

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