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The Weather Channel is the world’s largest private weather company. Its information that is broadcast on television and over the Internet helps people around the global make informed decisions and take action as weather changes – for the better or worse.

The Weather Channel delivers up to 26 billion forecasts daily.

Not only do the world’s biggest brands in aviation, energy, insurance, media, and government rely on The Weather Company for data, technology platforms and services to help improve decision-making and respond to weather’s impact, but also so do open water swimmers.

On August 6th, The Weather Channel will broadcast a program about the events and challenges that individuals undertake that are aided or skewed by the elements along their journey. Darren Miller will explain how his own Oceans Seven challenge was impacted by the weather, wind and waves.*

* The Oceans Seven consists of solo non-wetsuited crossings of the North Channel (between Northern Ireland and Scotland), Cook Strait (between the North and South Islands of New Zealand), Molokai Channel (between Oahu and Molokai Islands in Hawaii), English Channel (between England and France), Catalina Channel (between Catalina Island and the Southern California mainland), Tsugaru Channel (between the islands of Honshu and Hokkaido in Japan), and Strait of Gibraltar (between Europe and Africa).

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