Nantucket to Vineyard Swim Proves Too Difficult Once Again
About three quarters of the way through his swim from Nantucket to the Vineyard, Doug McConnell had to pull out. While battling unexpected high waves he injured his shoulder.
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Swimmer Will Make Second Try for Nantucket-to-Vineyard Feat
Since Doug McConnell began doing long swims in 2011 he has only failed to complete two — a 17-hour swim between two Hawaiian islands, and a swim from Nantucket to Martha’s Vineyard attempted in August 2019. He hopes to turn defeat into victory this month.
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Traveling from Nantucket to the Vineyard, One Stroke at a Time
Will Sennott
Doug McConnell entered the water off Nantucket at 7:17 a.m. today to begin his swim to the Vineyard. At 2 p.m. he was just off Wasque. Track his progress at track.rs/ALongSwim.
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Swim, Bike, Run

The Vineyard triathlon is Saturday, Sept. 8 beginning at 7 a.m. with a swim at Inkwell Beach.

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Master Swimmers Help Raise Money

Five Martha’s Vineyard Masters Swimmers traveled to North Falmouth on Saturday, August 11 to participate in David’s Old Silver Swim.

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Masters Swim Team Kudos
Rainy Goodale and Jonathan Chatinover represented the Martha’s Vineyard Masters swim team at the spring national championship.
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Makos Are in the Pool and Competing

The Martha’s Vineyard Makos traveled to Nantucket for the Southeastern Massachusetts Swim League Pentathlon meet.

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Masters Swimming Competes in Short Course Championship

The Martha’s Vineyard Masters Swim Team performed well at the New England Short Course Championships held at Harvard University.

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Showing the Kids How It's Done; Swim Coach Still Making Waves
Ivy Ashe
Rainy Goodale picked up five first-place finishes in her age group (40-44) at the New England and Colonies Zone Short Course Meters Championship.
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Multiple Swimmers Rescued Off Chappaquiddick
Sara Brown

In an unusual incident, 13 swimmers were pulled from the water off Wasque Wednesday afternoon after several people were caught in the current and carried offshore.

The swimmers were rescued by the Edgartown fire department boat and a town shellfish department boat. There were at least three separate groups of people involved.

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