Lucky's Lake Swim - Statistics

Statistics

  • Lake Cane is a 85-acre (340,000 m2) spring fed lake with an average depth of approximately 18 feet (5.5 m). The water temperature ranges from 60 F to 90 F.
  • Swimmers from over 20 different countries have completed the swim.
  • In 2007 Yuko Matsuzaki a professional marathon swimmer from Japan set a Record Holders Republic (RHR) World record for the longest open water lake swim by a woman with, 82 crossings (82 kilometers)
  • Lucky Meisenheimer has done over 15000 crossings.
  • In 2007, a RHR world record was set by a 50-person relay doing 100 crossings.
  • The youngest to complete the swim is Jake Meisenheimer at age 6 and the oldest first time swimmer is Geno Augustin Age 73.

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