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    Susie Langley
    Keymaster

    Best wishes to Jane Loughnan today as she takes on a Big Swim across the Cook Strait in New Zealand.

    The Cook Strait is the body of water which separates the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
    The total distance to swim varies according to the currents – is approx 16 nautical miles.

    Jane is swimming as part of a 3 person relay team and her progress can be followed here.

    http://share.findmespot.com/shared/faces/viewspots.jsp?glId=0I4vTknmXY0A4NVmUcYpRK73PF1njTax0

    She has been looking forward to this opportunity for a long time…., and was very excited to get the call yesterday that the swim was on!

    Good Luck Jane!

    #11699

    Tom Sutton
    Keymaster

    Good luck Jane!

    #11728

    Julia
    Participant

    All the best Jane! Looking forward to reading a report about your relay swim!

    #11731

    Robbie Haywood
    Keymaster

    Congratulations Jane, that is quite some achievement 🙂

    #11734

    Jane
    Participant

    Thanks everyone! It was the most stunning day I could have wished for on the Cook Strait. We think we swam around 26km – the most direct route is 23.5km so we had a good line – and we took 5.42 – this was an hour over the individual record but we think we may have a relay record – we’re just waiting on confirmation. It still seems rather surreal!

    #11735

    Julia
    Participant

    Congratulations Jane and your fellow team mates! So happy to hear you had an amazing day with amazing conditions. Keep us posted on the relay record – that would be super exciting! All the best for your recovery!

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  Julia.
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    Mirjam Weerd
    Participant

    Great job Jane!

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