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Put This In Your Pipe And Smoke It: Did you know? On August 6 (that’s today!), 1926, 19-year-old Gertrude Eder­le became the first woman in his­to­ry to swim 21 miles from Dover, Eng­land, to Cape Griz-Nez across the Eng­lish Chan­nel, which sep­a­rates Great Britain from the north­west­ern tip of France. Cut­ting her teeth by swim­ming the length of the New York Bay and break­ing the estab­lished men’s record, Eder­le focused on her ulti­mate goal, the Chan­nel. Her first attempt was cut short after eight hours and 46 min­utes of swim­ming by her coach, Jabez Wolff, as he feared she was swal­low­ing too much water. Eder­le dis­agreed and fired Wolff, replac­ing him with T.W. Burgess, a skilled chan­nel swim­mer. Fueled by the promise of a new road­ster from her father if her efforts were suc­cess­ful, Eder­le per­se­vered through storms and heavy swells and final­ly, after 14 hours and 31 min­utes in the water reached the Eng­lish coast, becom­ing the sixth per­son and first woman ever to swim the Chan­nel successfully.