The MSF Core Team oversees standards and policy for MSF projects, and advances MSF objectives, to:
- Maintain authoritative historical records of successful swims.
- Preserve the sport’s spirit and traditions by articulating general rules and standards.
- Publish and ratify documentation of independent swims.
- Foster connections and information sharing among the global practitioners of ultraswimming.
- Recognize outstanding swims and contributions to the sport.
Washington, DC, USA
Honor Swimmer, International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame. First to swim four crossings of the North Channel. First to swim two-way length of Lake George, New York.
Documented Swims Review & Ratification Group
2020: Core Team plus Lisa Amorao (USA), Abigail Bergman (USA), Rachael Elkaim Hanisch (AUS), Jessi Harewicz (CAN), Felicity Harrison (AUS), Jessica Kieras (USA), Jacqueline McClelland (N. Ireland), Molly Nance (USA), Franco Prezioso (USA), Kate Robarts (GBR), Mark Spratt (USA), Bogdan Zurbagiu (ROM).
2014: David Barra (USA), Donal Buckley (IRE), Anne Cleveland (USA), Sylvain Estadieu (FRA), Elaine Kornbau Howley (USA), Andrew Hunt (AUS), Andrew Malinak (USA), Anthony McCarley (USA), Evan Morrison (USA), Zoe Sadler (GBR), Fergal Somerville (IRE), Sarah Thomas (USA), Nora Toledano (MEX), Grace van der Byl (USA), Milko van Gool (NED), Scott Zornig (USA).
Rules of Marathon Swimming writers (2014)
- Evan Morrison
- Andrew Malinak
- Donal Buckley
- Elaine Kornbau Howley
- Marathon Swimmers Forum moderators: Jessica Kieras, Caroline Block and Evan Morrison