Viktor Bogdańskiego and Wojciech Kostrzewa finished 1-2 at the 2017 Challenge Tolkmicko-Krynica Morska, an 8 km course from Tolkmicko to Krynica in Vistula Lagoon in the Gulf of Gdańsk, Poland between June 23rd and 25th for both soloists or teams.
Extreme Baltic Challenge event director Sebastian Karaś [shown on left] explains the event, “With anticipated strong winds and 18-20°C water temperatures, most swimmers take between 2.5 and 3 hours to complete the course.
The entry fee includes an escort boat with pilot with safety crew (including a paramedic) and room on the boat for two additional support crew members.”
For more information, email Kontakt@Balticchallenge.Com.Pl or visit here for the English-language page.
Karaś and his event partner Maciej Stachowicz organize not only the 8 km Challenge Tolkmicko-Krynica Morska, but also the 12 km Challenge Rewa-Jastarnia, the 18 km Challenge Gdynia-Hel and the 100 km Challenge Kołobrzeg-Bornholm as part of the Extreme Baltic Challenge series.
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