Free diving champ swims like a dolphin in 20-mile underwater crossing

British-born freediving champion William Trubridge has enjoyed national news coverage after becoming the first person to swim one of the world’s most dangerous oceans underwater. The story of William’s incredible feat crossing New Zealand’s notorious Cook Strait in 934 consecutive breath-holding dives has been covered by The Times. Using a specially-designed fin to propel himself through…

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Kindness Day UK chocolate giveaway coverage update

A chocolate giveaway to mark this year’s Kindness Day UK has received more media attention, it emerged this morning. The Pinner Observer and the Wembley & Willesden Observer both published a story about the event in their print editions last week. Co-founder David Jamilly, the millionaire philanthropist, and other volunteers gave out 10,000 chocolate bars…

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Further regional coverage for Swim the Big Blue

[youtube width=”560″ height=”315″]http://youtu.be/4yZ4iANYOWI[/youtube] A plea by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the explorer, for businesses to support Ben Hooper’s 2,000-mile Atlantic swim has received further regional coverage. The Western Daily Press and South West Business are both covering the story, which emerged over fears that the historic expedition, which will raise money for charity, could be grounded…

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Sir Ranulph Fienne’s plea receives regional coverage

A plea from Sir Ranulph Fiennes for British businesses to “dig deep” and support Briton Ben Hooper’s 2015 charitable swim across the Atlantic Ocean has received regional attention in Hooper’s regional media. The story, which explains how the expedition may be scuppered by a lack of sponsors, is running on the Gloucestershire Echo website. Further…

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