When Abby Nunn gingerly clambered ashore with her own two feet yesterday evening in Key West, she became the first person to successfully make the crossing from Cuba to U.S. soil. She was in the water for 38 hours, six minutes, and preliminary data indicated that she logged approximately 104.912134123 miles.
The world swimming federation FINA (“Federation Internationale de Natation”) has published the Top 10 world rankings for masters swimmers for the year 2012, and 13 members of our LMSC achieved a total of 54 world-ranked swims.
LMSC members participated recently in two nearby meets, and the results are now available from our website.
The final Top 10 lists for the 2012 short-course meters season (SCM12) have just been published. Swimmers from our LMSC figured prominently in these lists, even as the LMSC record book was re-written. Read on!
The March 2013 edition of the LMSC Newsletter, The Wet Gazette, has been uploaded.
The LMSC Executive Committee met by teleconference on Feb 24 to discuss how to handle additional Open Water sanction fees; the meeting minutes have been posted.