Andy Donaldson

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Members of the Epic Swim Maui include John Clark of Hawaii, Andrew Donaldson of Scotland, Bárbara Hernández Huerta of Chile, Prabhat Koli of India, Nathalie Pohl of Germany, Jonathan Ridler of New Zealand, Yvette Dickson Tetteh of Ghana, Sarah Thomas of the USA, Dr. Mostafa Zaki of Egypt, Stefan Reinke of Hawaii, and Ryan Leong of Hawaii
Handler Jay Prchal, swimmer Andrew Donaldson, coordinator Haruyuki Ishii, and escort boat pilot Captain Mizushima before Donaldson's 19.5 km Tsugaru Channel crossing to complete the Oceans Seven in northern Japan within one calendar year
Escort boat pilot Captain Mizushima, coordinator Haruyuki Ishii, and handler Jay Prchal observing Andrew Donaldson in the Tsugaru Channel en route to complete the Oceans Seven in northern Japan
2019 Port to Pub Ultra Marathon winners: Ben Jones Arna Couper, Sacha Downing, Josie Page, Andy Donaldson, and Gareth Evans. Photo Credit: Clip Media Motion

Andy Donaldson is a 32-year-old pool and open water swimmer from Scotland currently living in Perth, Western Australia. He was the 22nd person to complete the Oceans Seven and the first person in history to complete the Oceans Seven in one calendar year at the age of 32.

Oceans Seven

Oceans Seven Swimmers

1st: Stephen Redmond (Ireland)
2nd: Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden)
3rd: Michelle Macy (USA)
4th: Darren Miller (USA)
5th: Adam Walker (UK)
6th: Kimberley Chambers (New Zealand)
7th: Antonio Argüelles (Mexico)
8th: Ion Lazarenco Tiron (Moldavia/Ireland)
9th: Rohan Dattatrey More (India)
10th: Abhejali Bernardová (Czech Republic)
11th: Cameron Bellamy (South Africa)
12th: Lynton Mortensen (Australia)
13th: Thomas Pembroke (Australia)
14th: Nora Toledano Cadena (Mexico)
15th: Mariel Hawley Davila (Mexico)
16th: André Wiersig (Germany)
17th: Elizabeth Fry (USA)
18th: Attila Mányoki (Hungary)
19th: Jonathan Ratcliffe (UK)
20th: Jorge Crivilles Villanueva (Spain)]
21st: Adrian Sarchet (Guernsey)
22nd: Prabhat Koli (India)
23rd: Dina Levačić (Croatia)
24th: Herman van der Westhuizen (South Africa)
25th: Andy Donaldson (Scotland)
26th: Stephen Junk (Australia)
27th: Kieron Palframan (South Africa)

Open Water Swimming Highlights

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