Quadruple Channel crossing
noun - A quadruple channel crossing is a four-way crossing of the English Channel or any channel.
four-way crossing, quadruple crossing
- Carina Bruwer (South Africa) completed a quadruple crossing of the Strait of Messina between Italy to Sicily on 20 June 2014 in 3 hours 59 minutes 26 seconds.
- Ned Denison (USA/Ireland) completed a quadruple crossing of the Strait of Messina between Italy to Sicily on 20 June 2014 in 3 hours 57 minutes 32 seconds.
- Chloë McCardel (Australia) attempted the first quadruple crossing of the English Channel on 28-28 August 2017, but was pulled on her third lap after a 10 hour 26 minute first lap and a 10 hour 8 minute second lap.
- Greg O'Connor completed a 20-mile quadruple crossing of Lake Willoughby in Vermont in 11 hours 5 minutes on 16 August 2021.
- On 17 September 2019, Sarah Thomas completed an unprecedented 134 km four-way crossing of the English Channel in 54 hours 10 minutes 0 seconds at the age of 37 where she swam from England to France to England to France and back to England with escort pilot Eddie Spelling on Anastasia.
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- Greg O'Connor Goes Four For Four Across Lake Willoughby
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- Chloë McCardel On Her English Channel Four-Way
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- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Strait of Messina
- Channel Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming