Jim “The Shark” Dreyer successfully completed his challenge of swimming 22 miles while hauling hundreds of pounds of bricks across Lake St. Clair from Algonac to Detroit. He left Monday, hauling two dinghies bearing 334 bricks weighing about 2,000 pounds, and landed some 51 hours later on Wednesday morning hauling 1,000 pounds. The event was to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. Dreyer had told WGRT he planned to make the swim in about 30 hours, but high waves slowed him down. Along with the brick-filled dinghies, Dreyer hauled a small raft loaded with water, Gatorade, and some food. Dreyer says that the good news is that even though he dropped one of the dinghies, he still holds the world record, as no one has has ever hauled 1,000 pounds while swimming that distance. Dreyer hopes to raise $250,000 through this event for Habitat For Humanity.