CSA DinnerWednesday, 11 September 2013
Don't forget to book your place for the CSA dinner on the 2nd November at 6.30pm. It is held at the Dover Town Hall and is where all our swimmers congregate to celebrate all their hard work and success in following their dreams. As there has been demand, the gold lapel pins will also be given out at the dinner with vellums as a memento of your swim.
Hope to see you all there!
Univ. of St. AugustineWednesday, 11 September 2013
The 6 person USA relay team Univ. of St. Augustine successfully crossed the English Channel on the 1st September in 11hrs and 22mins. Their pilot was Andy King and observer Steve Franks. Well done to all of the team...!
Jaime Vega Diaz Del RigueroTuesday, 03 September 2013
On 29th August Jaime completed his solo Channel swim in a time of 14hrs and 20mins (subject to verification). He landed on the beach at Sangette with his pilot Eric Hartley and observer Keith Oiller at 18:00 hrs. His success was made even sweeter by the fact that he was returning to challenge the Channel again after failing to succeed on 25th June last year. Well done to Jaime from all at the CSA!
Thomas NoblettTuesday, 03 September 2013
The weekend also saw another Channel Swimmer emerge. Thomas Noblett completed his solo swim from England to France in 13hrs and 50mins (subject to ratification). Well done to Thomas from all at the CSA.
Tracy ClarkTuesday, 03 September 2013
We have had another solo swimmer becoming an official Channel Swimmer. Tracy Clark completed her venture after 12hrs and 42mins. Congratulations Tracy.....
Ben BrophyTuesday, 03 September 2013
The 1st September saw another successful solo swim by Ben Brophy. After 14hrs and 52 mins (subject to ratification) of swimming including choppy wates, he landed at Wissant with his pilot Stuart Gleeson on Sea Leopard. Well done Ben!
Carl PlasschaertTuesday, 03 September 2013
Another successful solo swim was achieved by Carl Plasschaert on the 1st September. His time was an amazing 12hrs and 06mins (subject to ratification) with pilot Eric Hartley and observer Keith Oiller. Carl landed on the rocks approximately 1/2 mile south of Cap Gris-Nez at 19:11 hrs. Carl is reportedly only the 14th Belgian to successfully complete a solo Channel Swim and did so in the worst conditoins that the observer had experienced in the past 2 seasons. A south westerly wind of 20 kts was recorded with an estimated 8 ft swell with breaking waves over the last 5 hours of the swim.
A huge well done to Carl and in such an amazing time!
Yves WattTuesday, 03 September 2013
On 28th August Yves Watt, swam from England to France in a time of 12hrs and 16mins (subject to ratification). His solo swim was with Reg Brickell on the Viking Princess and observer Mikee Phillips. Well done to Yves from the CSA!
Seabrook Space CadetsThursday, 29 August 2013
The relay team 'Seabrook Space Cadets' successfully crossed the English Channel on the 24th August on one of the biggest tides so far this season. They landed at Wissant in 17hrs 12mins and 54secs (subject to verification). Their pilot was Stuart Gleeson on Sea Leopard and observer was Ali Castleton. Well done guys.....
Killer Whales Chanel Swim TeamThursday, 29 August 2013
Yesterday, the 28th August saw an amazing time by the relay 'Killer Whales Chanel Swim Team'. They successfully crossed the English Channel in a brilliant time of 8hrs and 25mins (subject to verification)! Their pilot was Andy King and observer Steve Franks. Well done to you all!!
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