Marathon Swim Resume
- 9th (and oldest!) person to complete the California Triple Crown of Marathon Swimming
- 97th person to complete the Triple Crown of Marathon Swimming
- 8th person to complete the Triple Crown in less than 12 months
- 59th person over the age of 50 to swim the English Channel- 33rd oldest at time of swim
- O'Clee Jubille Cup winner 2013; awarded by the Channel Swimming Association- oldest English Channel swimmer of the year
- Marathon Swimming Federation, Most Impressive Overall Year- 2014, Finalist
A swim from South Shore to North Shore of Lake Tahoe at 6,225 foot elevation.
Lake Tahoe, July 14, 2018. 21.3 miles
A swim from the South Island to the North Island of New Zealand
Cook Strait, February 24, 2018. 14.3 miles
Strait of Gibraltar
A swim between Spain and the north coast of Morocco. Another leg of the Oceans Seven marathon swimming challenge.
Strait of Gibraltar, May 1, 2017. 8.9 miles
Out, Around, and Back Relay (Old and Cold Relay)
A relay style swim from Catalina Island to Santa Barbara Island, circumnavigate Santa Barbara Island, and return to Catalina Island. Technically three distinct swims.
Out, Around, and Back Relay, July 14-15, 2016. 67.2 miles.
First two relays successful and recognized by the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association.
DNF for the third leg. Relay called by boat owner with 5 miles to finish line.
San Nicholas Island (US Naval Reserve) to Santa Barbara Island
First ever attempt at this Pacific Ocean swim.
San Nicholas Island, September 26, 2015. 28 miles
DNF due to illness, maybe caused by jellys.
A Pioneering Swim in the Atlantic Ocean; first swim ever between the islands of St John and St Thomas and the first swim under newly published Marathon Swimming Federation Rules
Triple Crossing of Pillsbury Sound, U.S. Virgin Islands, January 18, 2014, 7.0 miles (.pdf)
Triple Crossing of Pillsbury Sound, U.S. Virgin Islands, January 18, 2014, 7.0 (Marathon Swimmer's Federation)
A Circumnavigation Swim – around Manhattan
Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, June 28, 2014. 28.5 miles
Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, June 28, 2014. 28.5 miles (.pdf)
A Pacific Ocean Channel Swim – Catalina Channel
An Experimental river swim – one of three swimmers to participate in an upstream/downstream swim consisting of 10k in each of the three Pittsburgh rivers.
A Second Pacific Ocean Channel Swim – Santa Barbara Channel
Cape Circumnavigation Challenge
Tampa Bay Marathon Swim
Boston Light Swim
Chesapeake Bay Swim
Chesapeake Bay Swim June 2010, 4.4 Miles 2:04
Swim Around Key West