August 2017

April 2017

Patagonia presents Fishpeople featuring Lynne Cox and directed by Keith Malloy

FISHPEOPLE, a new documentary produced by Patagonia and directed by Keith Malloy, tells the stories of Lynne Cox and 5 other unique individuals whose lives have been transformed by the sea. The film focuses on Lynne’s amazing achievements, including her swim across the Bering Strait – she takes on challenges that push the limits of human endurance while bridging international borders and bringing people together.

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September 2016

May 2016

May 2013

April 2008

The New Yorker Covers Lynne

A Dip in the Cold: Lynne describes her swims the Northwest Passage in the wake of polar explorer Roald Amundsen.

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December 2004

December 2003

Biography Magazine Profile

Lynne appears in a feature article in the December 2003 edition of Biography Magazine. An article by Greg Dutter – Taking the Plunge – Antarctic Swimmer Lynne Cox Braves the World’s Deadliest Waters – highlights both Lynne’s athletic accomplishments and how she endures extreme cold. Online editions of the publication are not available.

November 2003

February 2003

Lynne Writes for The New Yorker Magazine

Swimming with the Penguins: Written by Lynne, this story describes her experiences to Antarctica wearing a swimsuit, cap, and goggles.

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August 1999

Featured in The New Yorker

Swimming with Sharks: Lynne is profiled in a piece by Charles Sprawson

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August 1987

May 1987

March 1975

February 1975

April 1974

Lynne Swims Nile River

Lynne was invited to compete in an international swimming race in the Nile River by the Egyptian government. The water was extremely polluted and during her training in the river Lynne became very sick. She competed in the race anyway and she passed out and was pulled from the water.

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