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  

 

91

Wyatt Song     NSW     (M)

Aug 9, 2012

16hrs 12min

92

Tim Donovan     WA     (M)

Aug 13, 2012

11hrs 40min

93

Richard Keir     VIC     (M)

Aug 13, 2012

12hrs 10min

94

Wayne Morris     WA     (M)

Aug 21, 2012

11hrs 34min

95

Trent Grimsey     QLD     (M)

Sept 8, 2012

6hrs 55min

* Trent Grimsey has the world's fastest time for crossing the Channel.

 

96

Tara Diversi     NSW     (F)

Sept 29, 2012

9hrs 45min

97

John Jameson     NSW     (M)

July 2, 2013

18hrs 15mins

98

Peter Dolnik     NSW     (M)

July 5, 2013

11hrs 43mins

99

Jason Connor     NSW     (M)

July 5, 2013

11hrs 55mins

100

Libby O'Farrell     VIC     (F)

July 12, 2013

16hrs 38mins