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The cheers continued as she swam. Each time she passed under one of the bridges, onlookers threw flowers and cheered her on. As the swimmers went further up the river, they started dropping out of the race. Annette remembers the French race referees coming by in motor boats, shouting through megaphones as they sped up and down the line of swimmers: ‘only ten entrants left in the race’ then, a little further on, ‘only six’. The excitement grew as the number of swimmers fell to four, with Annette still holding third place.
It sounds like sour grapes, but it must be remembered that, at the time, it had been 30 years since anyone had come near to crossing the Channel. Burgess didn’t make it across for another six years and Ederhle didn’t succeed until 21 years later. The training methods and knowledge of diet were also still very primitive and, after all, she was the most remarkable female swimmer of her day. It seemed perfectly logical—if she couldn’t do it, who could? The third attempt on the Channel was her last.
QX5 12/4/05 2:36 PM Page 27 Bookhouse Swimming back the family fortune 27 down the Thames’, and the Kings Cross locals were out in force cheering. Her life had changed forever. The Daily Mirror, the first pictorial newspaper in England, offered Annette 8 guineas a week to swim along the coast. The Mirror had begun just two years before in November 1903. Up until then newspapers had only offered readers illustrations of current events, but the Daily Mirror printed photographic images for the first time ever.
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