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Bob Needham on The Morning Swim Show

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Bob Needham talks about his journey to swimming across the English Channel and what caused him to twice be unable to complete the swim. Despite not successfully crossing the Channel, Needham hopes his efforts raised money and awareness for suicide prevention, an issue that has affected him personally.
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