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01-Mar-2019 19:05

Very little prep, a couple of volunteer timers, a few quick beers and burps and we’re off to the pub to celebrate! And of course, everyone has their own little twist they’d like to see: a relay, a “shot” replacements, the swimming beer mile, etc. And I’m happy to participate if someone wants to organize one of those other derivatives of the Beer Mile, but in the meantime I’ll stay old school on this and stick to the official rules (there are official rules, btw! So a big tip o’ the hat to all those that completed it! In fact, that reminds me of our favorite coffee man, Brett Titus. Which is why it was so funny talking to him before the race. but regardless of what the specific topic was, there always seemed to be a common thread and common question: Why? So I had to come up with some type of coherent and snappy little answer for live radio as to why someone would do something so uncomfortable/stupid/crazy/fun… I knew it was going to be close so I didn’t even turn to see where she was and I didn’t let up until I was a step away from the finish line timing mat… So after all the racing we all decided to go out for a fun swim in the sunken ships they have in the harbour. Two years ago, I was going to San Francisco for a conference and Madhu hooked me up with some guys at the South End Rowing Club.

I think there are probably more DNS (did not start) than DNF (did not finish)! Thanks to John Stribany for the LOST glasses and cash donations for the upcoming LOST plaque too). But that’s not the real reason why I like people to help out… Here are a few of the names that I can think of that get to sign the door next summer, but feel free to remind me if I forgot you: Last Saturday seemed like as good of a point as any to wrap up the season. But I have to admit, this has been kind of a weird summer. So, as Neil Young puts it: “Comes a Time”…to pulled the plug. and a few that just wanted to come out for a swim (Jill, Stuart, Al’s mom & daughter & friend, Bud’s son Eric, Michael, Martin)… Cam completed his first 10k and getting in 30 seconds ahead of the 4 hour cut off time! On the final day of our trip we went for another swim.

And thanks for providing us with lots of fodder for jokes at the King’s Arms after! And I don’t mean to say that everyone needs to volunteer tons of hours to help run the club (like Mauro, Darren, Mike, etc) or donate money (but that helps too! Even if it is just bringing stuff out of the shed or putting it back, or throwing stuff in the garbage, or rolling out the mat, or helping people in or out of the water. Because if we have 100 people down there helping out, then it all runs really smoothly. I don’t want people to just sign up and go for a swim. and on the other I want to get everyone who helped, even in a small way, to build the LOST Swim Shack, to sign their name! And we still had a dozen or so LOSTies out, but down from the 72 LOSTies the weekend before. I heard that in one of the races, I think the 5k, 80% were international swimmers! From Olympian and former World Record holder, Alex Meyer and plenty of other fast swimmers, to LOSTie that many of you know, Cam and his girlfriend, Annabel.

San Francisco Harbor has a lot of boat traffic, so Andy had to radio Harbor Patrol to inform them that we were swimming across. When I hit the water, my first thought was, “Holy shit, is this water ever cold! “Just calm down and get into a rhythm,” I was telling myself. What an incredible swimming experience in Barbados!you might seriously want to be planning on doing this race next year! then Al won the LOST Swimming – Connor’s Runners Beer Mile... He lays out the date, the time, the tides, sighting targets – everything. Cheers, Rob So I just wanted to post this final version of the LOST Swim Shack. Honourable mention for names go to: Swim Shed, LOST Lodge, Swim House, the Office, HQ and LOST House. They aren’t timed and aren’t races, just a chance to have a nice leisurely swim in warm (hot?! As we found out having breakfast at our hotel one morning! She said this was the most rain they had gotten all year and the coldest day! 3×1 mile loops and 6×1 mile loops of the same course.But from more of a philosophical point of view, I’d say because in the modern structured environment we live in, it is still nice to be a bit of a rebel… As we all get a bit older, it is still fun once in a while to show that we can still be a bit of the “young and crazy” people we used to be… Thanks Brett for opening the shop up for the “young and crazy” bunch of LOSTies! While we didn’t take part this year, our good friends at the “Freestyle Experience” hosted their swim camp in conjunction with the festival the week prior and by all accounts it was a huge hit, if a little bit challenging! So there is my first hand experience of what the Barbados Open Water Festival was like. After the swim, we were all going into the club sauna to warm up, and I noticed guys were picking up beer as they passed by the cooler. “We’ll be in the sauna a while.” Joe and I were scheduled to swim Alcatraz later that day, but stuff happened, and we did not get the chance. I’ll be in San Francisco for work, so I email my old friend, Joe. In his email, he says he will be out of town but that I am long overdue to swim Alcatraz.

San Francisco Harbor has a lot of boat traffic, so Andy had to radio Harbor Patrol to inform them that we were swimming across. When I hit the water, my first thought was, “Holy shit, is this water ever cold! “Just calm down and get into a rhythm,” I was telling myself.

What an incredible swimming experience in Barbados!

you might seriously want to be planning on doing this race next year! then Al won the LOST Swimming – Connor’s Runners Beer Mile... He lays out the date, the time, the tides, sighting targets – everything.

Cheers, Rob So I just wanted to post this final version of the LOST Swim Shack. Honourable mention for names go to: Swim Shed, LOST Lodge, Swim House, the Office, HQ and LOST House. They aren’t timed and aren’t races, just a chance to have a nice leisurely swim in warm (hot?! As we found out having breakfast at our hotel one morning! She said this was the most rain they had gotten all year and the coldest day! 3×1 mile loops and 6×1 mile loops of the same course.

But from more of a philosophical point of view, I’d say because in the modern structured environment we live in, it is still nice to be a bit of a rebel… As we all get a bit older, it is still fun once in a while to show that we can still be a bit of the “young and crazy” people we used to be… Thanks Brett for opening the shop up for the “young and crazy” bunch of LOSTies! While we didn’t take part this year, our good friends at the “Freestyle Experience” hosted their swim camp in conjunction with the festival the week prior and by all accounts it was a huge hit, if a little bit challenging! So there is my first hand experience of what the Barbados Open Water Festival was like. After the swim, we were all going into the club sauna to warm up, and I noticed guys were picking up beer as they passed by the cooler. “We’ll be in the sauna a while.” Joe and I were scheduled to swim Alcatraz later that day, but stuff happened, and we did not get the chance. I’ll be in San Francisco for work, so I email my old friend, Joe. In his email, he says he will be out of town but that I am long overdue to swim Alcatraz.

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