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Kim Swims In Hawaii

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Kimberley Chambers took a difficult 19 hours 27 minutes to swim across the Molokai Channel from Molokai Island to Oahu in 2012.

She will return – at least on movie screens – in 2018.

Kim Swims, a documentary film about Chambers directed by Kate Webber, will be shown at the 2018 Waimea Ocean Film Festival in Hawaii.

For more information on the Waimea Ocean Film Festival, visit @WaimeaFilm.

The mission of the Waimea Ocean Film Festival is to bring a greater understanding of the ocean environment and island culture while building awareness that everything we do on land affects the sea and the people whose livelihood and subsistence depends on the health of the ocean environment.

Its website that covers the films showcased at the January 1st-4th 2018 festival and the January 5th-9th 2018 festival in Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii is here.

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