Narrow River Preservation Association
Thursday, April 27, 2017
NRPA: Working since 1970 to preserve, protect, and restore Narrow River and its watershed.

Stuart Cromarty Top Finisher in
2014 Narrow River Turnaround Swim

Stuart Cromarty of Foster, R.I. (shown above at the finish line with Mick Westkott) completed the 2014 Narrow River Turnaround Swim in 20 minutes, 50 seconds, first overall and top male swimmer in the Westsuit Division.

Jill Lancaster of Barrington, R.I. had the best time (21:58) among female swimmers in the Wetsuit Division and was fourth overall.

Beatrix Lavigueur of Newport, R.I., had the best time among female swimmers in the Non-Wetsuit Division and was seventh overall with time of 22:53.

Brian McKenna of Wakefield, R.I. was the top male finisher in the Non-Wetsuit Division and eighth overall with a time of 23.10.

Follow these links for complete results:

2014 Swim Results

Men, Wetsuit Division

Women, Wetsuit Division

Men, Non-Wetsuit Division

Women, Non-Wetsuit Division

View pictures of the swim on Shutterfly courtesy of Frank McQuiggin.

 

 
 

 
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