2018 40 Bridges SWIMMER BIOGRAPHIES

The course: The swim will start at Pier A and circle Manhattan Island twice in a counter-clockwise direction.


2018 40 Bridges finishers Abigail Fairman, Graco Morlan and Lisa Cummins.

 

2017 & 2018 Results

Pier A Start/Finish

Date Place First Name Last Name Age Lap 1 Lap 2 Time Hometown Country
7/20-21/2018 1 Abigail Fairman 41 8:57:19 11:25:18 20:22:37 New York, NY USA
7/20-21/2018 2 Graco Morlan 44 8:54:02 11:45:16 20:39:18 Mexico City MEX
7/20-21/2018 3 Lisa Cummins 36 9:30:45 11:31:35 21:02:20 Co. Cork IRE
Date Place First Name Last Name Age Lap 1 Lap 2 Time Hometown Country
7/28-29/2017 1 Jaimie Monahan 38 8:35:43 11:36:28 20:12:06** New York, NY USA
7/28-29/2017 2 Courtney Moates Paulk 47 8:50:00* 11:20:55 20:15:55 Richmond, VA USA
7/28-29/2017 3 Michele Walters 42 8:41:00* 11:26:40 20:16:40 Washington DC USA
7/28-29/2017 4 Gilles Chalandon 60 8:36:00* 12:01:03 20:37:03 New York, NY USA
7/28-29/2017 DNF Steve Gruenwald 55 8:23:00* Faribault, MN USA
7/28-29/2017 DNF Mo Siegel 65 Piermont, NY USA

* Approximate
** New course record

Who else has swum twice around Manhattan?

10-11 July 1983 – Julie Ridge – double
8:42 + 12:20:41 = 21:02:41

 

28-29 August 1984 – Stacy Chanin – triple
33:29 (splits unknown)

 

28-29 August 2007 – Skip Storch – triple
8:13:16 + 12:43:01 + 11:56:13 = 32:52:30
First 2 laps in 20:56:17, which beat Julie Ridge’s record by 6 min.

 

17-18 September 2016 – Christian Jongeneel – double
8:19 + 11:56 = 20:15:57