Robert McCormack

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A book about ocean swimming by Robert McCormack
Robert McCormack is an American open water swimmer and author born in Brooklyn, New York on 11 November 1937. He moved to Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1945 and learned to swim at Tenean Beach. He participated in ocean swimming competitions from age 26 to age 41, then retired to support his wife and three daughters. He resumed his ocean swimming career in 2002 at the age of 64 and has participated in some 40 ocean swims from that date to the present.

[edit] Alone on a Wide Wide Sea

Alone on a Wide Wide Sea is a 36-page paperback book published on 23 September 2010 with the CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platfor, authored by McCormack about six of his most dramatic ocean swims: Brooklyn Bridge; Alcatraz; Around Governors Island-New York; Boston Light Swim; Little Red Lighthouse Swim (George Washington Bridge-New York; and Golden Gate Bridge.

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