08/07/2007 | 9:11 am
On August 7, 1987, Lynne Cox swam the Bering Strait; no word on whether she was then asked to submit a urine test.
Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.
(Will not be published)
bad call- you need blubber to be a cold water swimmer- musclehead swimmers cannot even come close to Cox’s records
not sure what this is suggesting? Hope you are not suggesting Lynne was somehow helped by drugs. Her only help was her pure self. Let me know. Luckily not many seem to have commented on this or viewed it.
« Previous Post Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Street Gangs (But Didn’t Know Whom to Ask)
Next Post » This Blog: Almost Famous
Freakonomics® is a registered service mark of Freakonomics, LLC. All contents © 2011 Freakonomics, LLC. All rights reserved.