From Openwaterpediaopen water swimmer from Houston, Texas who is tackled the END-WET on 13 July 2013 in 7 hours 50 minutes.
The Extreme North Dakota Watersports Endurance Test or END-WET, is a 27-mile (43.4 km) mixed-sports event where solo and relay swimmers pit themselves against other endurance athletes down the Red River between Grand Forks, North Dakota and Oslo, Minnesota in the United States. It is one of the longest marathon swims in the world and directed by Andy Magness.
Recent competitions: END WET 27 mile North Dakota, July 2013; Swim the Suck 10 mile Tennessee River, October 2012 & 2013; Highland Lakes Monster Challenge 5 Lakes in 5 Days, Austin, TX October 2012 & 2013; Alcatraz Challenge, San Francisco, May 2012 & 2013; Fiji Open Water Swim Series, Fiji, October 2010; Tampa Bay Marathon (relay) April 2012 & 2013; FKCC Swim Around Key West (relay) July 2012 & 2013; Lake Travis Relay, Austin, TX 2008, 2009, & 2012; USLA Surf Rescue Nationals August 2007, 2008, & 2009
- END-WET Racing
- Dan Projansky Flying Down The Red River To END-WET
- Don't Wait To The END
- Swimmers Head to END to Mighty Red River
- Dan Projansky Shoulders A 26-Mile Burden In The END-WET
- The Odyssey Of Open Water Swimming
- List Of Marathon Swims Around The World
- Marathon Swimming
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming website
- Daily News of Open Water Swimming
- An Adventure Like No Other In The Mighty Red River
- Annaleise Carr To Start New And Longer END-WET