Rohan More becomes first Asian as well as first Indian to swim across Ocean Seven. He is the youngest person in the world to swim across the Ocean Seven. The ocean’s seven marathon consists of seven long-distance open-water swims, which includes the North Channel, the Cook Strait, the Molokoi Channel, the English Channel, the Catalina Channel, the Tsugaru Strait and the Strait of Gibraltar.
The swimming marathon is widely considered equivalent to the seven Summits mountaineering challenge. With this Rohan becomes only the ninth person in the world to complete it.
“It is the greatest moment of my life as I swam across Cook Strait in New Zealand which was the seven and last in the Ocean Seven.” Rohan said. “I really feel very proud and emotional about this thing because after swimming this challenge I became the first Indian ever in the history to complete this challenge and only ninth person in the world who has swam all the seven challenges in the Ocean Seven,” he added.