Lynne Cox has held open-water swimming records all over the world, for among others, the fastest crossing of the English Channel (at age 15), the Santa Catalina Channel, the twelve-mile Oresund between Denmark and Sweden, and the Kattegut between Norway to Sweden. Cox was the first woman to swim across the Cook Strait in New Zealand, the first to swim across the Strait of Magellan, the Beagle Channel between Argentina and Chile, Lake Baikal in Russia, and around the Cape of Good Hope. In her latest book, OPEN WATER SWIMMING MANUAL, she provides "an expert's survival guide for triathletes and open water swimmers." She joins us on this episode of The Fitness Buff Show.
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