In 2002, Lynne Cox became the first person to swim one mile through 32 degree water to the shores of Antarctica. She describes her almost mystical relationship with water and her many record-breaking, long-distance swims.


  • Lynne Cox Long-distance swimmer. Her articles have appeared in "The New Yorker," "Los Angeles Times Magazine," and "European Car Magazine."

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