Open water warrior Abby Nunn was featured recently in our April Fools article. Abby was more than willing to play along with the prank, but she takes her swimming pretty seriously! Read how Abby manages to balance training and medical school.
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.
On July 14, 125 swimmers participated in the 36th Annual Chris Greene Lake open water cable swims, and the results have been uploaded to our website. Director Dave Holland has written a press release describing this year’s race.
Results for the Chris Greene Lake cable swims have been uploaded to the website.
VMST hosted the USMS 2-mile Cable National Championship on July 10 at Chris Greene Lake, Charlottesville, VA. The official results have been added to the website, and the race was featured in an entry of competitor Rob Dumouchel’s blog, RobAquatics.
The 27th Annual Jack King One-Mile Ocean swim was held on June 27, and the results have been added to the website. There were 156 entrants and 148 finishers. Congratulations to all who competed!