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Annual Swim Against the Tide Winners Announced

The first 4 out of the water are all females. L to R: Marie Williams, Jessica Howard, Sarah Kells, Elizabeth Conklin (Photo: Eric Johnson and Paradise Pictures)
The ninth annual Swim Against the Tide was held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18. Participants in the one-mile swim raised money for breast cancer survivors and medical research. While most swam, some snorkeled or waded from one end of Magens Bay to the other.
The following winners achieved the following times in their categories. A total of 21 swimmers completed the swim.
Winners – Name – Time
Female Waders
Adult :Carolyn Charlton 23:21
Youth: Eveylne Williams 26:49
Female Swimmers with fins
Adult: Jessica Howard 19:54
Female Swimmers
Adult: Elizabeth Conklin 19:59
Youth: Marie Williams 21:02
Male Swimmers with fins
Adult: Michael Burton 26:06
Male Swimmers
Adult: Martin Maag 21:16
School Team: Sting Rays
Community Team: Bronzini
Complete list of Swimmers
Place # — Name — Time — Adult or Youth — Male or Female
1) 12 Jessica Howard 19:54 A/F/Fins

2) 13 Elizabeth Conklin 19:59 A/F/Swim

3) 2 Sarah Kell 20:09 A/F/Swim

4) 3 Marie Williams 21:02 Y/F/Swim

5) 1 Martin Maag 21:16 A/M/Swim

6) 4 Emma Williams 21:39 Y/F/Swim

7) 9 Gail Vento 22:53 A/F/Swim

8) 22 Carolyn Charlton 23:21 A/F/Wade

9) 21 Pete Charlton 24:10 A/M/Swim

10) 10 Beverly Thomas 24:11 A/F/Wade

11) 17 Sarah Cahill 24:20 A/F/Swim

12) 7 Andrea Mick 25:33 A/F/Swim

13) 8 Mike Luttrell 26:00 A/M/Swim

14) 15 Michael Burton 26:06 A/M/Fins

15) 5 Eveylne Williams 26:49 Y/F/Wade

16) 14 Kari Burton 29:17 A/F/Fins

17) 20 Walter Bostwick 29:47 A/M/Swim

18) 19 Diane Becker Krasnick 30:37 A/F/Swim

19) 11 Mary Tiefenbacher 32:59 A/F/Swim

20) 18 Bryce Rhymer 33:48 A/M/Swim

21) 16 Peter Davey 50:06 A/M/Swim

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