Oakland County athlete goes after Guinness World Record with a 65 mile swim
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Adam Ellenstein has completed both an Ironman triathalon (140.6 miles) and an UltraMan endurance challenge (320 miles).
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Imagine plowing through the water for nearly 40 hours.
That's what Oakland County resident Adam Ellenstein will do next Monday and Tuesday.
Ellenstein is an ultra-distance athlete. He'll be going for the Guinness World Record for fastest north-to-south non-stop swim of Okanagan Lake in British Columbia.
Ellenstein joined us on Stateside to talk about his nutrition during the swim, getting in the zone and how his aunt’s Parkinson’s disease pushes him to break the world record.
GUEST Adam Ellenstein is an ultra athlete
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