For over 11 hours, On the Red Dot followed the first Singapore relay team on their arduous journey as they battled the tides, the cold, and the waves to cross the English Channel. The fastest swimmer on the team faces his fear of the cold and doubts his ability to lead the relay. How did he overcome his fears?
After the first leg of the relay, the oldest member of the team struggles physically and mentally. Is the 60-year-old swimmer likely to recover in time for his remaining legs? Find out what else they had to endure to conquer what is known as the Everest of open water swimming.
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