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Friday, November 2, 2018

Mike Gregory Does Triple Crown Of Open Water Swimming

Courtesy of Catalina Channel Swimming Federation, Catalina Channel, California.

Australian Mike Gregory completed four crossings of the English Channel and five Rottnest Channel Swims before he traveled to California to attempt a crossing of the Catalina Channel and complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming.

His Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming journey includes the following marathon swims:

2010: English Channel in 12 hours 49 minutes
2011: Manhattan Island Marathon Swim in 8 hours 10 minutes
2013: English Channel in 14 hours 17 minutes
2015: English Channel in 13 hours 35 minutes
2016: English Channel in 12 hours 20 minutes
2018: Catalina Channel in 12 hours 12 minutes 17 seconds

His journey has also included 5 Rottnest Channel Swims in Western Australia and a 22 hour 35 minute 60 km solo swim in Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne, Australia:

2013: Rottnest Channel Swim in 6 hours 3 minutes
2014: Rottnest Channel Swim in 5 hours 50 minutes
2015: Rottnest Channel Swim in 6 hours 44 minutes
2016: Rottnest Channel Swim in 5 hours 57 minutes
2017: Rottnest Channel Swim in 6 hours 8 minutes

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