Swimmer from Krakow Poland just finished the swim accross the Straits of Magellan, Chile. The waters in this extreme part of the world were 4.5 deg C.(40.5 F.) His time was 1hr.19 min, covering the distance of 3.4 miles.  According to Rafal, he kept an even pace during the whole swim.  We at Water World Swim, international,  are very proud of the achievement of this swimmer, for being part of his training and preparation for this project.  Special thanks to the Chilean Navy for preparing and giving all the necessary support to make this swim possible. Thanks to our own Water World Swim Chile coach Julieta Nunez, who herself now prepares to swim the waters of Antartica next week.  CONGRATULATIONS RAFAL you make us very proud and we are  sure you are making your family in Poland proud but also to the world swimming community. Hoping we will see you soon visiting us in the waters of the San Francisco Bay.


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