Jorge Crivilles, Nora Toledano Talk About Enjoying Open Water On WOWSA Live

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Jorge Crivilles Villanueva from Alicante, Spain has ticked off all kinds of goals in the marathon swimming world. And so has Nora Toledano Cadena who has a similar prolific resume of channel swims under her cap.

Their resume includes the 24-hour Club for Crivilles’ 27 hour 15 minute crossing from Javea to Ibiza in 2013 and Toledano’s 24 hour 48 minute two-way English Channel crossing in 1994, Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming, Oceans Seven.

Jorge Crivilles Oceans Seven Channel Swims
1. English Channel in 10 hours 53 minutes in August 2012
2. Catalina Channel in 11 hours 43 minutes in July 2015
3. Molokai Channel in 17 hours 54 minutes in August 2016
4. Tsugaru Channel in 8 hours 29 minutes in July 2017
5. North Channel in 12 hours 54 minutes in August 2019
6. Strait of Gibraltar in 4 hours 9 minutes in October 2019
7. Cook Strait in 9 hours 12 minutes in January 2020

Nora Toledano Oceans Seven Channel Swims
1. English Channel in 11 hours 35 minutes in 1992 (first of 6 crossings)
2. Strait of Gibraltar in 4 hours 23 minutes in July 2015
3. Catalina Channel in 12 hours 37 minutes in August 2016
4. Molokai Channel in 14 hours 28 minutes in July 2017
5. Tsugaru Channel in 6 hours 20 minutes in July 2018
6. North Channel in 10 hours 26 minutes in September 2018
7. Cook Strait in 9 hours 54 minutes in March 2019

International Marathon Swimming Hall of Famers Antonio Argüelles and Steven Munatones spoke about their mindset, their achievements and their friendships around the world on today’s WOWSA Live program.

Crivilles’ website is jorgecrivilles.es. Toledano’s website is noratoledano.com.

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