Ian Emberson

From Openwaterpedia

Revision as of 17:35, 12 March 2013 by Admin (Talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search

Ian Emberson of Kauai, Hawaii is one of the early pioneers of endurance sports. He was one of the first people to compete the Hawaiian Ironman. He was one of the first people as a member of the Waikiki Swim Club to be consulted about and envisioned the Ironman triathlon as it is now know.

As a swimmer and long-time resident of Hawaii, he also successfully crossed the Molokai Channel (Kaiwi Channel) in 1979 together with Michael Miller and was among the first swimmers in the Waikiki Roughwater Swim in the 1970's. He is also the founder and co-race director of the Maui Channel Swim that he founded in 1972 as well as the Maui 'Aumākua 2.4 Mile Swim.

External links

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Annual Recognition
Insurance and Sanctions
Olympics
OWS Conferences
Race Calendar
Travel & Vacations
Featuring
Education Programs
Help
Toolbox
About OWP
Courtesy of