Boy, 9, Breaks Record With Alcatraz Swim

James Savage has become the youngest swimmer to make the journey to the former California prison.
1:01 | 06/15/16

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We're back now with a California boy who is celebrating after setting a new world record becoming actually the youngest person ever to swim from San Francisco and a Alcatraz and back. It's about that over two miles to imperative. Long distance and he's only nine years old James Savage walked on to the beach and collapse in his mother's arms after that ruling to our track. He battled conditions. Also pretty bad windy and frigid it he says even consider giving up. But is going to be easy at first but then after I got out there that tie is pushing me. Oliver and I was about to Clinton in England kept millions. They see he's pleased or may have out of him. Crowd as he set a new world record of course but. James does some more practical motivation as well his dad had promised him a hundred dollars to be completed it and then throughout the course that's when he doubled it to 200. James is next goal is to swim the length of the golden gate average OK that's partly for 300 there have been over chamber there is.

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