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Kathy Batts in mid-channel during her English Channel crossing on 6-7 August 2013 at the age of 53
Asociación Cruce A Nado Del Estrecho De Gibraltar's Laura Gutiérrez Díaz with record-setting Nicolas Knap (in middle) and Ben Welsh in Tarifa, Spain after Knap's 3 hour 17 minute 19 second crossing from Spain to Morocco on 15 June 2019
The Swimyourswim team of Samantha Farrow, Tracy Mistry, Claire Poole, and Caroline Saxon after their 13-way crossing of Lake Windermere in England

noun - Crossing is a solo or relay open water swim in one direction across a channel, lake, river or other open body of water under the traditional rules of open water swimming or marathon swimming. A crossing by a solo swimmer or relay may encounter marine life, currents, eddies, waves, and tides.


The swimmer set the single-crossing record for the Molokai Channel.


one-way crossing, crossing, solo crossing, one way

Tsugaru Channel Relay Crossing

Video of Chris Kraus, Rick Gaenzle and Brian Ross relay crossing of the Tsugaru Channel courtesy of Masayuki Moriya of Ocean-navi and the Tsugaru Channel Swimming Association

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