Palfrey sets world record for longest unassisted ocean swim


At approximately 10:07 pm Sunday night, marathon swimmer Penny Palfrey set a new world record by swimming 67.25 miles from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman in 40 hours and 41 minutes. Read more here on and here on The Daily News of Open Water Swimming.


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