Sumo wrestler to swim across Bear Lake, twice
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No one has yet to beat that record, he said.
Gneiting said his swim on Monday will be done with the aid of the Bear Lake Swimming Association, which will be there to oversee his swim, provide that food and drink he’ll need, and verify the feat when completed.
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