World Record Breaker. | Ross Edgley’s Great British Swim: E12
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Can Ross Edgley do the unthinkable? Will he be the first to swim around the entire mainland of Great Britain? We follow Ross on one of his biggest challenges to date. This is the Great British Swim.
Records are there to be broken and that’s exactly what Ross Edgley has done this week. He’s now set the World Record for the longest ever staged swim. Most people would be happy with just that accolade, but not Ross, who’s quick to acknowledge, despite the celebrations, there’s still a long, long way to go.
Arrive for world record and stay for Question Time with #RhinoNeck, behind-the-scenes of sea life and map route updates from the boat’s captain.
►Fun fact: At this point Ross has spent 74 days at sea and swam over 1,000 miles. Head to 8:25 to catch the celebrations.
Through weekly vlogs and live broadcasts of the voyage, we want to leave you feeling motivated and ready as ever for your next big challenge. The Great British Swim pushes the boundaries of what the human body is capable of. How can you embody this test for yourself?
Ross Edgley’s ‘The Worlds Fittest Book’ is being backed up in a big way with this ultimate test. Oh — and for context? “It’s the equivalent of swimming the English Channel every day.”
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