With an abominable grit and passion, an underdog struggling with dyslexia, from Navi Mumbai aspires to conquer the Seven Seas. With an Asian record to his name, he looks forward to putting India on the world map for swimming. Born to sports enthusiastic parents, his journey has seen many ups and downs but his love for the ocean and the adrenaline keeps him going.
Shubham engaged into intensive swimming training from the beginning and always aimed towards hitting the goal. His accomplishments show his determination and will power.Read More >>
What We Do
What We Do
Shubham Vanmali is a 21 years young lad who is studying in third year BMS, but his surprising victories have made him the hero of waters.
Shubham has taken a giant leap and has already swum across the most difficult cross waters.
- The English Channel (31km)
- Strait of Gibraltar (18 km)
- Catalina Channel (31 km)
- Manhattan Island (50 km)
Catalina Channel swim in the Pacific 31 Kms.
Swam Catalina Channel, a successful 31 km swim from Santa Catalina Island to San Pedro Shore in Los Angles(California), US in 10 hours, 42 minutes and 6 seconds on 25th August 2015.
Incredible Accomplishment in Open Water Swimming
Shubham aspired to swim in the world’s most difficult cross waters where many have invested their tons of energy and funds of their personal fortune. No challenges broke Shubham’s determination. He accomplished what the people of his age would only dream of!
Successfully swimming across the English Channel, the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, and the Catalina Channel.
The ruthless freezing water and waves of The English Channel 31 Kms.
In 2014. Shubham successfully crossed the cold English Channel from Dover (England) to Calais (France) the distance of 31 km distance in 12 hours and 42 minutes despite brutal weather conditions of 10 to 12 degrees water temperature and 6-meter-high waves.
The record-break swim in The Strait of Gibraltar 18Kms.
Shubham broke the 15 years old Asian record by crossing the Strait of Gibraltar, swimming from Tariffa, Spain to Morocco, Southern Africa covering the distance of 18 kilometers in only 3hours and 16 minutes.
With that Shubham became the fastest Swimmer in Asia who crossed the Strait of Gibraltar. It is also recorded in THE LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS. He was also the youngest male swimmer in the world during the year 2014.
Manhattan Island Marathon New York 50 Kms.
Shubham also swam Manhattan Island Marathon (50 KM) in 8hrs 10 mins on 11 September 2015 at New York, USA.
21st January 2014: Swam from Dharamtar (Alibaug) to Gateway of India distance of 33 km within 8 hours in brutal weather conditions.