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Swim (song) - Track Listing
... "Swim (Single Mix)" - 414 "Swim (Ofishal Extended Remix)" - 539 "Swim (T ... Ray H20 Mix)" - 459 "Swim (JB Dub Mix)" - 615 ...
Lucky's Lake Swim - Statistics
... Swimmers from over 20 different countries have completed the swim ... 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 ... The youngest to complete the swim is Jake Meisenheimer at age 6 and the oldest first time swimmer is Geno Augustin Age 73 ...
Lucky's Lake Swim
... Lucky’s Lake Swim is a daily 1 kilometer open water swim started by Lucky Meisenheimer at his home in 1989 in Orlando, Florida ... The no charge swim has achieved a cult status with open water swimmers and triathletes ... Thousands have completed the swim ...
Sandro Tomaš
... He has seen much success in the masters swim meets, most notably a World champion in Perth, Australia in 2008 (age 35-39) and European record holder ... Since 2002, he has been serving as a swim coach at HAPK Mladost swim club for which he competed his whole career ...
Swim - Music
... swim ~, a record label founded by Wire guitarist and singer Colin Newman, and Minimal Compact bass player and singer Malka Spigel Swim (Caribou album), a 2010 album by ...

Famous quotes containing the word swim:

    Like the shark, it contains a shoe.
    It must swim for miles through the desert
    Uttering cries that are almost human.
    Louis Simpson (b. 1923)

    Why now, blow wind, swell billow, and swim bark!
    The storm is up, and all is on the hazard.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Men are afraid to rock the boat in which they hope to drift safely through life’s currents, when, actually, the boat is stuck on a sandbar. They would be better off to rock the boat and try to shake it loose, or, better still, jump in the water and swim for the shore.
    Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)