Taylor Spivey

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Taylor Spivey winning the 2011 Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim in Manhattan Beach, California, doing a beach finish photographed by Sean Hiller/Staff Photographer of the Daily Breeze
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Taylor Spivey is a 21-year-old Los Angeles County lifeguard from Manhattan Beach and a swimmer at California State University San Luis Obispo who was the first woman in the The Mega, a 8.5 mile (13.7 km) beach run and 4 ocean swims totaling 4000 yards (3.65 km) in Huntington Beach held on 17 July 2012. She also won the 2011 Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim in Manhattan Beach, California

[edit] 2012 Mega Top Results

1. Nick Sullivan 26 Huntington Beach City 1:39:18
2. Sasha Romanenko 16 Huntington Beach 1:38:15
3. Ryan McDonald 21 Seal Beach, 1:39:15
12. Taylor Spivey 21 Manhattan Beach

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