Supporting and sanctioning marathon swims in the Channel Islands region of California


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Steps to Swim with the SBCSA

  1. Choose a swim route.
  2. Make arrangements with an escort boat and identify your support crew.
  3. Submit a sanction application:
  4. The SBCSA will assign an observer to your swim.
  5. Train.
  6. Swim across!

2020 Swim Successes

  • Karina Garcia - Mainland to Anacapa Island. 8:20 on October 2.
  • Amy Dantzler - Anacapa Island circumnavigation. 4:52 on September 24. New course record.
  • Jake Glick - Anacapa Island circumnavigation. 4:53 on September 24.
  • Sarah Thomas - Anacapa Island to Mainland. 5:07 on September 23. New women's course record.
  • Neil Hailstone - Anacapa Island to Mainland. 6:20 on September 21.
  • Dan Simonelli - Anacapa Island circumnavigation. 7:21 on September 10.
  • Amy Dantzler - Anacapa Island circumnavigation. 4:57 on September 10. New course record.
  • Jim McConica - Anacapa Island circumnavigation. 5:33 on September 9. New course record.
  • Rose Filer - Anacapa Island to Mainland. 12:13 on September 9.
  • David Sundius - Anacapa Island to Santa Cruz Island (breaststroke). 2:22 on September 1.
  • Edie Markovich - Mainland to Anacapa Island. 9:24 on August 15.
  • Henry Palmer - Mainland to Anacapa Island. 6:33 on July 1.
  • Joe Zemaitis - Mainland to Anacapa Island. 6:33 on July 1.

Apply now for 2020 swims.


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