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Saturday, September 1, 2018

Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi, Sweep In Waikiki

Courtesy of Lexie Kelly, Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii.

Ollie Signorini [shown with the female winner Ashley Twichell] won his second career 2.4-mile Waikiki Roughwater Swim this morning in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Signorini beat 4-time winner Rhys Mainstone (second) and Wes Roberts (third).

Signorini will soon head off to Maui for tomorrow's Maui Channel Swim with his teammates of The Black Dog Institute. The rest of Team Blackdog included Mainstone, Roberts, Alex Studzinski, Solomon Wright and Peter Thiel who represented 6 out of the top 11 overall swimmers today under beautiful conditions on Oahu.

Interviews with Signorini and Twichell as well as the youngest and oldest swimmers in the event are posted here.

Top 25 Overall Results:
1. Ollie Signorini 44:53
2. Rhys Mainstone 44:56
3. Wesley Roberts 45:06
4. Chad La Tourette 45:10
5. Alexander Studzinski 45:21
6. Ashley Twichell 45:23 [first woman]
7. Ryan Bullock 45:25
8. Malcolm Allen 46:39
9. Solomon Wright 47:03
10. Alex Kostich 47:14
11. Peter Thiel 48:21
12. Aukai Lileikis 48:26
13. John De Mestre 48:39
14. Stephanie Horner 48:56 [second woman]
15. Becca Mann 49:12 [third woman]
16. Joby Bernstein 49:24
17. Bryan Offutt 49:25
18. Jaek Horner 49:37
19. John Clark 49:38
20. Phoebe Hines 49:44 [fourth woman]
21. Catherine Breed 49:48 [fifth woman]
22. Hardy Lussier 49:49
23. Grant Levy 49:51
24. Luis Saulny 49:53
25. Mazen Aziz 49:53

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