Can a Man Swim 5,500 Miles Across the Pacific Ocean? Introducing The Swim

By : Seeker - 6 months ago
Seeker, in partnership with Discovery and produced in association with Nomadica Films, has announced a new expedition called “The Swim.” The expedition features long-distance swimmer Ben Lecomte as he embarks on a swim across the Pacific Ocean in an effort to gain awareness on the state of ocean health from pollution. After being the first man to swim across the Atlantic in 1998, Lecomte will be accompanied by Seeker as he swims from Japan.

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