The Nevis to St. Kitts Cross Channel Swim featured top of the list of 11 ultra-sporting challenges for 2022 

Charlestown, Nevis January 11, 2022… As Brits embark on new health and fitness resolutions for 2022, FT.com – the online website for leading newspaper, The Financial Times – has released its list of top 11 ultra-sporting challenges around the world this year.

First on the list is the Nevis to St. Kitts Cross Channel Swim, taking place on 27 March 2022 and this year celebrating its 20th anniversary. The article highlights that swimmers could see turtles along the way, and can enjoy a refreshing rum punch upon completion of the challenge.

Other global fitness events in the list include the Lewa Safari Marathon in Kenya, Haute Route Alps in France, and the Atlantic Campaigns Pacific Challenge from California to Hawaii. For the Nevis Cross Channel Swim to be included amongst such world-renowned events is a testament to the quality and interest in the event on an international scale.

View the online article here.

FT.com is read by over 27 million people per month, the majority being business and finance workers with considerable disposable income for leisure travel.

The Nevis Tourism Authority continuously drives awareness of the island’s variety of fitness and sporting events among key audiences in source markets, including the UK and US.

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