Red Top MissilesThursday, 25 July 2013
On 3rd July the British team Red Top Missiles swam the Channel in a 4-person relay. After 12hrs and 20mins (provisional) they completed their swim. Their pilot was Reg Brickell and observer Mikee Phillips. Well done guys....
Padraig MallonThursday, 25 July 2013
The Irishman Padraig Mallon on the 6th July set off on his Channel venture. After 14hrs 48mins (provisional) he landed on French soil! His pilot was Reg Brickell and observer Mikee Phillips. Well done Padraig and crew!
Nicolas BelouinThursday, 25 July 2013
On the 16th July the Frenchman Nicolas Belouin became another of our Channel Swimmers by completing his swim in 11hrs 22mins (provisional). He swam with the pilot Eric Hartley and his observer Keith Oiller. Congratulations Nicolas!
Andy's LadiesSaturday, 20 July 2013
Congratulations to Andy's Ladies who completed their 2 way Channel Relay swim. They completed their E-F-E swim in an amazing time of 18hrs 13mins (subject to verification) with their pilot Andy King. Well done Andy's Ladies.....
Nicola FraserSaturday, 20 July 2013
On 15th July Nicola Fraser (British) set out on her solo swim across the English Channel with her pilot Reg Brickell. In an amazing time of 9hrs and 25mins (subject to verification), she reached France and became a Channel Swimmer! Well done to Nicola on a fab swim!
Pips Channel Swim TeamSaturday, 20 July 2013
On 15th July, a 6-person British relay 'Pips Channel Swim Team' set off on their 2-way attempt. After an amazing swim they completed their journey in a time of 20hrs and 40mins (subject to verification) with their pilot Fred Mardle. Well done on such good team work.
Mambo UjasiriSaturday, 20 July 2013
The 16th July also saw another British relay team completing the Channel. 'Mambo Ujasiri' completed their swim in an amazing time of 10hrs and 40mins (subject to verification), with their pilot Peter Reed Snr and Jnr. Congratulations guys!
Evelina Childrens Appeal RelaySaturday, 20 July 2013
On 16th July, the British relay team, 'Evelina Children Appeal' successfully crossed the Channel in a time of 14hrs and 37mins (subject to verification). Their pilot was Andy King. Well done to you all on a brilliant swim.....
Susan TaylorMonday, 15 July 2013
"A friend and fellow swimmer"
It is with deepest regret and sadness that the Channel Swimming Association confirm that swimmer Susan Taylor died in her attempt to cross the English Channel on the 14th July. Susan was 1 mile from France. She was known and loved by so many including those at the CSA of whom many knew her personally. Susan was raising money for Rainbows for her Channel solo swim and trained so hard.
We extend our sympathy and thoughts to her family and friends at this very sad time. We have been asked by the family not to comment further. We will respect their wishes.
Such a tragic loss under valiant circumstances. If you wish to continue to support Susan's chosen charities please click here.
Team BraveheartTuesday, 09 July 2013
Team Braveheart were almost successful. In an amazing time of 10 hrs and 30 mins (subject to verification) they got stuck in the ebb tide and were unable to get through to reach France. Their pilot was Andy King. Good effort Team Braveheart....
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