The man hoping to make history by swimming the entire 220-mile length of the River Severn is expected to finish his challenge tonight - and we'll be there to see him get to the finish line.
32-year-old Kevin Brady from Gloucester has had to battle hypothermic water, sharp debris, treacherous undercurrents, parasites, pollution and large boat traffic as he swims more than 10 miles a day.
Tune in to ITV News West Country from 6pm to see the astonishing moment he does it!
Kevin has already raised over £10,000 for the Superhero Foundation, a charity he co-founded with cousin and fellow fundraising adventurer Jamie McDonald. The charity assists families that need funds to access otherwise inaccessible treatments for mental or physical illness.
To donate visit: uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/kevssevernswim
A man from Gloucester has become the first person in history to swim the entire Severn. Watch the amazing moment Kevin Brady got to shore
Adventurer Kevin Brady wants to make history by becoming the first person to swim the entire 220 mile length of the River Severn