The Morning Swim Show, Sept. 23, 2010: Ventura Deep Six Relay Team Relives Experience of Record-Breaking Ocean Swim

PHOENIX, Arizona, September 23. JUST a few days after completing the longest open water relay swim in history, the members of the Ventura Deep Six Relay Team join today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to relive the experience of swimming 202 miles in the Pacific Ocean.

Tom Ball, Jim Neitz, John Chung, Mike Shaffer, Jim McConica and Kurtis Baron talk about the immense challenges they faced in setting a new world record, how far they really swam and why there was never a sense of doubt that the swim would be completed. Watch the full show in the video player below and visit Swimming World.TV for more video interviews.

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