All Kinds Of Winners Around Manhattan Island

Courtesy of New York Open Water, Manhattan Island, New York City.

Triple Crown swimmers from around the world, extremely close races right down to the finish, lots of smiles from swimmers and crews, and memorable experiences highlighted the two most recent 20 Bridges Swim around Manhattan Island in New York City.

August 31st – Pier A Start/Finish Results:
1. Santiago Ferrada Castro (37, Santiago, Chile) 7 hours 7 minutes 16 seconds
2. Heather Roka (33, Fort Myers, Florida) 7 hours 7 minutes 19 seconds
3. Jen Schumacher (34, Tarrytown, New York) 7 hours 8 minutes 8 seconds
4. Sara Palacios (33, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador) 7 hours 18 minutes 11 seconds, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
5. Steven Minaglia (46, Kaneohe, Hawaii) 7 hours 18 minutes 22 seconds
6. Cynthia Aguilar (38, Mexico) 7 hours 19 minutes 25 seconds
6. Bethamy Aronow (54, New Canaan, Connecticut) 7 hours 19 minutes 25 seconds
8. Jacques Tuset (55, Montpellier, France) 7 hours 19 minutes 26 seconds
9. Jonah Meyer (50, Saugerties, New York) 7 hours 32 minutes 31 seconds
10. Frantisek Nehaj (31, Čadca, Slovakia) 7 hours 42 minutes 10 seconds, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
11. Adrian Stroie (51, Greenwich, Connecticut) 7 hours 48 minutes 3 seconds
12. Carlos Moreno Guzman (47, Chiapas, Mexico) 7 hours 54 minutes 51 seconds
13. Srikaanth Viswanathan (47, Bangalore, Karnataka, India) 8 hours 7 minutes 30 seconds, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming [shown above]
14. Rachel Griffin (41, Los Angeles, California) 8 hours 12 minutes 5 seconds
15. Luiz Pradines (47, Recife, Brazil) 8 hours 48 minutes 41 seconds, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
DNF Alejandro Lastra (66, Mexico)

August 17th – Pier A Start/Finish Results:
1. Juan Fernando Bracamonte Flores (44) 7:46:15
2. Jonathan Mcardell (38) 7:53:50, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
3. Justin Hanby (50) 7:56:12, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
4. Henry Palmer (16) 7:56:55
5. Joe Zemaitis (39) 8:02:32
6. Tasha Morey (48) 8:06:36
7. Susanne Blair (59) 8:18:54, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
8. Javier Sanz Fernandez (48) 8:27:59
9. Andrew Wallace (53) 8:32:17
10. Natalia Chuich (52) 8:49:25
11. Rosie Williams (28) 9:01:26
12. Jeannie Zappe (53) 9:01:30
13. Angel More (16) 9:01:49
14. Chad Starks (45) 9:14:56, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
15. Karen Rees (53) 9:19:16
16. Laura Lopez-Bonilla (51) 9:41:52, achieved Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
DNF Jeremy Whelchel (36)

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