The sun was shining and the skies a brilliant blue as over 50 intrepid Team Hydro swimmers, paddlers and volunteers gathered on the Boston waterfront among 390 other swimmers and their families to raise awareness and funds for hydrocephalus research. Much like the lives of the hydrocephalus patients we seek to honor, the waters of the
Team Hydro is privileged to be featured in a wonderful Forbes piece by Barron H. Lerner, a physician-historian at New York University! Check out the piece here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/barronlerner/2016/09/12/hydrocephalus-makes-its-case/#52ecb46b2416 Thank you Dr. Lerner, and Go Team Hydro!
The Boston Harbor may be best known for an important tea-dumping incident which took place almost 250 years ago, but next Saturday, this very same harbor will be the site of another life-changing event– the TEAM HYDRO SWIM for HYDROCEPHALUS!! That’s right, on Saturday, October 17, 2016, intrepid swimmers from Team Hydro will once again
The spirit of love and compassion was strong again this year as we rallied together in support of this great cause. Hugs were shared and tears were shed as we reflected on the lives of those no longer with us, and the uncertainty that those still here face. We won’t rest until people no
On the eve of our ninth Alcatraz swim, we cannot help but be grateful for all the love and support from so many for so long. We have a long way to go, but we’re making progress! Team Hydro cant wait to see all our Swimmers and Onland Supporters on the shores of Aquatic Park
“Whooo!–Wow–What a rush!!” Those were the words of one first-time Team Hydro swimmer after he jumped into the bay to begin his first Alcatraz Escape for Hydrocephalus!! And no wonder! It is NO ordinary thing to make the swim from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco across the bay!! Indeed, in order to complete this
Check out this amazing video about the Little Falls Penguins most recent swim for Hydrocephalus!
Once again, the mighty Penguins of the Little Falls Swim Team have risen to the challenge! Braving temperatures of up to 105 degrees on land, this wonderful group of swimmers from Bethesda, MD have taken to the water to raise funding and awareness for Hydrocephalus. More than 60 swimmers participated in this years fantastic fundraiser,
Giving new meaning to the word “TEAMWORK” the Dorset Dolphin Swim team of Marietta, Georgia took to their pool this past Saturday to take part in the Dolphin Dash–Swim for Hydrocephalus. Swimming as hard as they could for an hour and a half, over 30 young age-group swimmers, a few coaches, and even some amazing parents from this
First Dolphin Dash — Swim for Hydrocephalus A HUGE Success!! On Saturday, June 11, 2016 30 swimmers, parent and, coaches joined to gather to raise over $3,701 (and counting) for hydrocephalus research!! By swimming a total of over 19 miles in just an hour and a half, these great swimmers certainly demonstrated the passion that motivates every