Author Archives : Andrew Cassidy

Dick Beeler Crazy Cove Swim

The Dick Beeler Crazy Cove Swim is Sunday March 26th!  Come prepared to get a little silly…   7:25-8:10      Sign in 8:15                Pilots Briefing 8:30                Swim Briefing 9:00 am          Jump (from DC beach)   We always have ‘help’ opportunities.  You will need 3 to qualify for the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz swims. […]

Yacht Harbor Swim Results

March 11, 2017 Pilots: Jon Bielinski, John Blackman, Bob Cable, Barry Christian, Jay Dean, Marianne Dean, Tim Dumm, Jon Grunstad, Anita Holmquist, Nancy Hornor, Davis Ja, Douglas James, Liz Kantor, Brian Kiernan, Eric Lam, Gary Leong, Monica Lyons, Tom McCall, Miguel Melendez, Mikhail Melnikov, Jane Mermelstein, Kent Myers, David Nettell, Rick O’Hara, Joseph Omran, Gizem […]

Gashouse Cove Swim results

February 26, 2017 Pilots: Eduardo Barranco, Jon Bielinski, John Blackman, Ross Browne, Barbara Byrnes, Gretchen Coffman, Jay Dean, Pauline Farmer-Koppenol, Rebecca Groves, Jon Grunstad, Reuben Hechanova, Terry Horn, Liz Kantor, Brian Kiernan, Tim Kline, Aniko Kurczinak, Eric Lam, Tom McCall, Mikhail Melnikov, Violetta Muselli, David Nettell, Rick O’Hara, Joseph Omran, Donald Osborne, Will Powning, John […]

Gashouse Cove Swim

February 26, 2017 7-7:40 sign in 7:50 pilot briefing 8:05 swim briefing 8:25 walk to Gas House Cove 9:00 jump   We always have ‘help’ opportunities and remember you will need 3 to qualify for the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz swims.   And we need help at the following posts:   Clothes Wranglers – 3 […]

Pier 39 Swim

February 18, 2017 The winner and only swimmer to complete the out of cove course said this was the hardest swim he’s ever done. Conditions were not the same as they were during the test swim: the ebb created a strong back eddy that acted like a flood, making it very difficult to swim beyond […]

2017 Pier 41 results

January 21, 2017 This was the first group swim of the year: swim from Pier 41 to the Cove and in to the Dolphin Club beach. The distance is approximately 1 mile (4 squares for Polar Bears). Conditions were rough: tides disrupted by the storm water, choppy, cold and lots of debris in the water. […]