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After a seemingly impossible nonstop solo swim across Lake Champlain in New York and Vermont, Sarah Thomas ’04 (CLAS) was awarded the 2017 Solo Swim of the Year from the Marathon Swimmers Federation. To be recognized as a marathon swim by the federation, Thomas’s 67-hour, 104.6-mile “Century Swim,” followed a strict set of rules — for instance, it had to be completed without a wetsuit and without touching another person or the support boat.
The swim capped a career so impressive that this Mar...
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