Open Water Swimming
Black Rock, Victoria, Australia.

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© Black-Ice 2016. Web development by Jonathan Hayward

Compiled by Kevin Cassidy from information published by both the CSA and CSPF and the excellent research by Sydney-based sports journalist, historian and statistician John Blanch.
 

Complete to the end of the 2019 swim season. Any corrections or omissions can be emailed to: kevinetof@gmail.com
 

Also - we would love to add your photo to this site. Please contact Kevin at the above address.

Website developed by Jonathan Hayward.

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191 - 200   |   201 - 210   |   211 - 220   |   221 - 230   |   231 - 236   |   Summary  

 

21

John Weyman     NSW     (M)

Sep 14, 1996

11hrs 52min

22

Sean Harris     VIC     (M)

Jul 19, 1998

9hrs 52min

*     Sean Harris became the first disabled athlete to cross the channel in 1998.

**   Sean not only competed in the first Lorne Pier to Pub in 1981 but he also claims to have

        unofficially started the race.

*** Sean passed away in 2009.

23

James Pittar     NSW     (M)

Jul 19, 1998

13hrs   50min

James Pittar became the world's first ever blind swimmer to complete the crossing in 1998.

24

John Maclean     NSW     (M)

Aug 30, 1998

12hrs   55min

25

Marcus Hinchcliffe   QLD   (M)

Sept 4, 1999

11hrs   59min

26

Chris van der Walt     SA     (M)

July 19, 2000

13hrs 22min

27

Paul Beukelman     VIC     (M)

July 29, 2001

11hrs 8min

28

Jonathan Hayward     VIC     (M)

July 30, 2001

July  7,  2003

13hrs 33min

14hrs 08min

 

29

Stephen Hunt     NSW     (M)

July 17, 2002

12hrs   12min

30

Peter Bardoel     VIC     (M)

July 27, 2002

12hrs 25min

* Peter was the first person to sign his name on the wall of Dover's White Horse Inn.