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Creating ripples: Sea Hawks break Guinness record for open-water relay

Creating ripples: Sea Hawks break Guinness record for open-water relay


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Dec 8, 2016: Six swimmers, the Sea Hawks who set off to cover 1,000km from Mumbai’s Gateway of India on November 26 have reached Mangaluru today, December 8, 2016. They have broken their own record and set a Guinness world record for the longest open-water relay swim. They were welcomed at Thannirbavi beach in Mangaluru.


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record


Mumbai Mangalore swim record



The Sea Hawks team comprises their leader Indian Air Force (IAF) wing commander Paramvir Singh, 41, Sgt. (retd) G Narhari, 41, Air Warrior (IAF) Vicky Tokas, 26, Mumbai police’s assistant police inspector Srikant Palande, 33, Maharashtra state swimming team’s coach Rahul Chiplunkar, 30, and student Manav Mehta, 16, who has been swimming in the open waters from the age of seven.

The swim began on the eighth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks and was dedicated to all martyrs, including those who died defending the city on November 26, 2008. The team is being supported by IDBI. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the longest open-water relay swim, undertaken by 200 swimmers in 2009, covered 684.75km.


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Mithun Pai, udupi Thu, December-8-2016, 6:38
This is not an easy task . they have won the most riskiest task . congratulations
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