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Ocean's Seven is a group of 7 long distance swims scattered across the globe: Irish Channel, the Cook Strait, the Molokai Channel, the English Channel, the Catalina Channel, the Tsugaru Strait and the Strait of Gibraltar. 
It has only been completed by four people: Stephen Redmond (Ireland), Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden), Michelle Macy (United States of America), and Darren Miller (United States of America.)
An alternative definition of the Ocean's Seven is one channel from each of the seven continents, as the Seven Summits in mountaineering refers to the highest summit on each of the seven continents. For this definition, the list would include a South American channel and a swim in Antarctica. Lynne Cox has swum channels in 6 continents and swam for 25 minutes in Antarctica.
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- Sataline, Suzanne (2010); Extreme Swimmers Accept the Challenge of 'Ocean's Seven' ; Wall Street Journal. Retrieved October 16, 2010. * http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704300604575554071845163744.html