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San Francisco Bay Open Water Swim

Swim it Forward

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Team Swim it Forward was started on the premise of doing good for others by swimming and serving...and this team is made up of incredible people that do this every day! Here is our roster of inspiring people:

Staciana Winfield: 2000 Olympic swimming-1 gold, UC Berkeley
Heather Petri: water polo 4x Olympian (attacker) 2000-silver, 2004-bronze, 2008-silver, 2012- gold, UC Berkeley
Ericka Lorenz: 2x Olympic water polo (outside shooter) 2000-silver, 2004- bronze, UC Berkeley
Nicolle Payne: 2x Olympic water polo (goal keeper) 2000-silver, 2004- bronze
Rada Owen: 2000 Olympic swimming, Auburn Univerisy.
Kristy Kowal: 2000 Olympic swimming- 1 silver, University of Georgia
Ashley Whitney: 1996 Olympic swimmer, 1 gold, UC Berkeley
John Moffet: 1984 Olympic swimming, finished 5th in the world, Stanford University
Naoko Watanabe: Olympic club swimmer masters open water champion, UCLA
Lexie Kelley: open water marathon swimmer in FINA Grand Prix circuit, UC Bakersfield
Mel Taylor: SMES Assistant athletic director
Maya Conrad: (Ashley Whitney’s Daughter) outstanding developmental swimmer, age 12    Robert Helsing: outstanding developmental swimmer and St Margaret’s student, age 12

 

Thank you all for shining your light and guiding us all to make this world better for all and raising over $20,000 to help fund cancer-fighting research. 

In our lifetime, 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will be diagnosed with cancer. The money you give or raise will go towards local cancer research, prevention and treatment and will make an impact in the fight to find a cure. Thank you for your generosity and may it lead to a cancer-free world!

You can make a credit card donation by clicking on one of the members of our team below, or send a check to Swim Across America, c/o Anthony DuComb, 1684 8th Ave, San francisco, CA 94122 

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Swim Across America, Inc., [SAA] is dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through swimming- related events. With the help of hundreds of volunteers nationwide and past and current Olympians, SAA is helping find a cure for cancer through athleticism, community outreach and direct service.

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