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by Amy Sellers
|The intial poster for the new children's book: BRAXTON'S ALCATRAZ ADVENTURE is complete!
SAN FRANCISCO - A 7-year-old Arizona boy on Monday became one of the youngest ever to swim from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco’s Aquatic Park.
Braxton Bilbrey, a second-grader from Glendale, Ariz., who has completed several short-scale youth triathlons, jumped in the chilly waters shortly after 7 a.m. to start the estimated 1.4-mile swim with his coach and two other adults.
“It kind of seems like a long way, but I’m not totally worried,” Braxton said before the attempt. “It’s not that far.”