Swimming The Strait of Magellan is not your average jump-in-the-lake kind of swim. It takes place in frigid water temperatures (about 5 degrees) with 180 knot winds, 20ft seas, ripping currents, whirlpools and marine life of all description. It is no easy feat.
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Madhu swam in his first open-water race in 2003. Since then, he has taken on some of the greatest open water challenges that Mother Nature has to offer including swimming across the English Channel, Lake Ontario, and the notorious ice mile.
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He has been working hard to prepare for this event with training sessions in Lake Ontario, swimming in 6.3 degree water.
It's not about swimming for Madhu. It’s not just about completing the challenge. It’s about building teams that can work together to push the barriers of human achievement. It’s about creating friendships, communities and memories that last forever - It's Not About The Swimming.
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