Pablo Fernández Álvarez Swims For 25 Hours In COVID-19 Charity Event

Courtesy of Pablo Fernández Álvarez, Madrid, Spain.

Pablo Fernández Álvarez set his third Guinness World Record after completing 25 hours swimming in a continuous-flow pool in a charity swim for COVID-19 research [see here].

There were over 60 media reports of the event that raised over €15,000 for the Red Cross fight against COVID-19 on television, radio, print media, and digital press.

Fernández was the second known open water swimmer (in addition to Sarah Ferguson) who has survived COVID-19.

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