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2016 WOWSA AWARDS
Vote in All Four CategoriesThe World Open Water Swimming Association is pleased to present the 2016 WOWSA Award Nominees.
The nominees are presented in the following four categories:
Thursday, September 22, 2016
2016 ASATT Maracas Open Water Classic On Trinidad
The ASATT Maracas Open Water Classic is annually held in Maracas Bay on Trinidad's north coast in San Juan-Laventille, Trinidad and Tobago. It is one of the longest running open water swims in the Americas.
While the results of the Top 10 swimmers in each of the longest two events were dominated by teenagers, there was one 50-something, Gerry Rodrigues, who nearly achieved a podium finish.
5 km Top 10 Results:
1. Graham Chattor (16) 1:05:57
2. Christian Marsden (17) 1:06:08
3. William Reyes (15) 1:14:14
4. Gerry Rodrigues (53) 1:14:21
5. Chisara Santana (15) 1:14:49 - first woman
6. Shania David (17) 1:15:01 - second woman
7. Brandon Coombs (15) 1:16:37
8. Sachin Sankar (1) 1:16:37
9. Teresa Otero (17) 1:19:42 - third woman
10. Soroya Simmons (20) 1:22:02 - fourth woman
2.65 km Top 10 Results:
1. Kael Yorke (16) 36:52
2. Josiah Parag (16) 37:49
3. Jada Chattor (14) 38:04
4. Luke Gillette (15) 38:06
5. Gabriel Bynoe (15) 38:10
6. Kegan Ford (17) 38:17
7. Jeron Thompson (16) 38:21
8. Jean-Marc Granderson (15) 38:21
9. Dario Omiss (16) 38:24
10. Daniel Scott (16) 38:28
750m Top 10 Results:
1. Nikoli Blackman (11) 10:34
2. Marquise Nelson (11) 10:52
3. Jonathan Andre (12) 11:04
4. Josiah Changar (11) 11:07
5. Savannah Chee-Wah (10) 11:25
6. Zachary Anthony (9) 11:39
7. Michael McLeod (12) 11:45
8. Johann Matthew Matamoro (11) 11:52
9. Jaidan Harris (12) 12:00
10. Gabrielle Vickles (10) 12:13
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The Other Shore
The Other Shore follows world record holder and legendary swimmer Diana Nyad as she comes out of a thirty-year retirement to re-attempt an elusive dream: swimming 103 miles non-stop from Cuba to Florida without the use of a shark cage. Her past and present collide in her obsession with a feat that nobody has ever accomplished. At the edge of The Devil’s Triangle, tropical storms, sharks, venomous jellyfish, and one of the strongest ocean currents in the world, all prove to be life-threatening realities. Timothy Wheeler’s documentary brings Diana Nyad’s extraordinary adventure to life as Diana sets out to prove that will and determination are all you need to make the unimaginable possible.
2014 Open Water Swimming Almanac
An Almanac for Open Water SwimmingAn almanac is essentially a body of knowledge which is so complete that it enables people in different fields to make predictions about the future of their respective industries.
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