David Morgan

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David Morgan is an English open water swimmer who successfully completed the Catalina Channel (from Catalina Island to the California mainland) on 20 August 1984 in 11 hours 23 minutes at the 1984 USA Long Distance International Championships which was the first race across the Catalina Channel since the Wrigley Ocean Marathon in 1927. The race was 5 miles longer than the traditional Catalina Channel crossings.

He has also crossed the English Channel in 11 hours 5 minutes to capture the Centenary Cup in 1977. He has completed 2 of the 7 channels of the Oceans Seven.

Centenary Cup Recipients

The Centenary Cup is given to the 'Fastest Swim of the Year by a British Person' across the English Channel awarded by the . She also received the Channel Swimming Association.

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