Wilton residents Greg Pinchbeck and Richard Nolan will swim 15.5 miles\u00a0to help fight cancer during St. Vincent\u2019s Medical Foundation\u2019s 30th annual SWIM Across the Sound on Saturday, Aug. 5. For the marathon, swimmers and boaters journey across the Long Island Sound from Danford\u2019s Marina in Port Jefferson, N.Y., to Captain\u2019s Cove Seaport in Bridgeport. The annual event raises money to support more than 45 cancer prevention, education, screening and assistance programs, and helps provide financial assistance to cancer patients and their families through St. Vincent\u2019s. This will be Pinchbeck\u2019s second consecutive year participating in SWIM Across the Sound.\u00a0Last year,\u00a0Pinchbeck \u2014 an experienced open water swimmer \u2014 swam on a\u00a0two-person relay team with Boston resident and fellow Gettysburg College alumnus Gregory O\u2019Connor. This year, he\u00a0will swim\u00a0on a two-person relay team with his high school friend and former swim teammate Bruce Dunbar, of New Rochelle, N.Y. The two will\u00a0swim in memory of their high school swim coach David Allison, who had \u201ca profound, lifelong impact\u201d on them and \u201cdied from cancer too early,\u201d according to Pinchbeck\u2019s SWIM Across the Sound page. Nolan, a competitive swimmer and student\u00a0at Fairfield College Preparatory School in Fairfield, will swim\u00a0on a six-person relay team in memory of his uncle, who lost his battle with cancer in 2011, according to his SWIM Across the Sound page. As of Aug. 3, Pinchbeck has exceeded his $4,000 fund-raising goal by $55, and Nolan has exceeded his $1,500 fund-raising goal by $300. Click here for more information or to donate.