Michael Gregory Talks About Paying It Forward On WOWSA Live

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Australian Michael Gregory talks about his marathon swimming career on today’s WOWSA Live.

Since 2010, Gregory has swum across Loch Ness, four times across the English Channel, the Catalina Channel, eight times across the Rottnest Channel, and various other swims from 60 km in Port Phillip Bay to 700m around a ship in Antartica in 0°C water.

The Triple Crown swimmer, known as The Tractor is a medical professional. He talked about his career, the pandemic lockdown and his difficult swims on WOWSA Live.

In 2016, The Tractor completed a 60 km swim from Geelong to Brighton to raise funds for Will Murray, an athlete left a quadriplegic after after jumping from pier at the start of the year.

And he continues to pay it forward – doing good deeds for and sharing his passion with others.

Video of Gregory’s first English Channel crossing in 2010:

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