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World Marathon Swimming Records (AMERICAS)

World Marathon Swimming Records (AMERICAS)

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Published by Steven Munatones
A list of marathon swimming records in various locations throughout the Americas.

For more information on open water swimming, visit:
http://www.openwatersource.com
http://www.dailynewsofopenwaterswimming.com
http://www.imshof.org
http://www.10Kswim.com
A list of marathon swimming records in various locations throughout the Americas.

For more information on open water swimming, visit:
http://www.openwatersource.com
http://www.dailynewsofopenwaterswimming.com
http://www.imshof.org
http://www.10Kswim.com

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Published by: Steven Munatones on Oct 04, 2010
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Open Water Source
 
 
World Marathon Swimming Records (in the AMERICAS)
 
The list below is only a short list of the marathon swimming records over 10 kilometers – alldone without wetsuits and according to traditional English Channel swimming rules. With over 70% of the Earth covered in water, the number of records and locations to swim arenumerous and potentially endless.
 
If you know of additional records or new records that have been set in the Americas, pleaseemail the name of the world record holder, their country, date (month, day and year), location,distance and official time to Open Water Source. 
Catalina Channel
Women’s Fastest Solo Crossing (Mainland-to-Catalina): Penny Lee Dean (USA), 1September 1976, 7:15:55Men’s Fastest Solo Crossing (Mainland-to-Catalina): Pete Huisveld (USA), 1992, 7:37:31Women’s Fastest Solo Crossing (Catalina-to-Mainland): Karen Burton (USA), 1994, 7:43:06Men’s Fastest Solo Crossing (Catalina-to-Mainland): Todd Robinson (USA), 2009, 8:05:44Women’s Fastest Double Crossing (Catalina-Mainland-Catalina): Penny Lee Dean (USA), 4September 1977, 20:03:17Men’s Fastest Double Crossing (Mainland-Catalina-Mainland): John York (USA), 21September 1978, 16:42Women’s Fastest Double Crossing (Mainland-Catalina-Mainland): Tina Neill (USA), 22:02:46Fastest Circumnavigation of Catalina Island: Cindy Cleveland (USA), 24 hoursMost Crossings, Male: John York (USA), 6Most Crossings, Female: Tina Neill (USA), 4Oldest Male Swimmer: 62-year-old Bob West (USA)Oldest Female Swimmer: 56-year-old Barbara Held (USA), 17 August 2010, 9:36:53Youngest Swimmer, Boy: Andy Taylor (USA), 6 September 1972, 12 yearsYoungest Swimmer, Girl: Stacy Frezonki (USA), 14 yearsFastest Backstroke Crossing: Tina Neill (USA), 25 July 2008, 10:37Fastest Butterfly Crossing: Vicki Keith (Canada), 23 September 1989, 14:53:26Fastest Breaststroke Crossing: Jason Lassen (USA), 30 September 2010, 15:59
 
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Lake Ontario (minimum of 45K in Canada)
First Crossing: Marilyn Bell (Canada), 9 September 1954, 20:55Fastest Crossing (50K): John Kinsella (USA), 16 August 1978, 13:49Fastest Female Crossing: Cindy Nicholas (Canada), 17 August 1974, 15:10Oldest Male Crossing: Bill Sadlo (USA), 23 August 1957, 25:01Oldest Female Crossing: 54-year-old Colleen Shields (Canada), 13 August 2006, 16:30:17Youngest Male Crossing: 19-year-old Gregg Taylor (Canada), 14 August 2003, 19:23Youngest Female Crossing: 15-year-old Jade Scognamillo (Canada), 1 August 2009,19:59:49
 
Lake Tahoe (21 mile lengthwise, California, U.S.A.)
First Crossing Male and First North – South Crossing: Fred Rogers (USA), age 29, 21 July1955, 19:06 for 19.96 miles from Kings Beach to BijouYoungest Crossing Male: Fred Rogers (USA), age 29, 21 July 1955, 19:06 for 19.96 milesfrom Kings Beach to Bijou (North - South)Fastest Overall Crossing: Dave Kenyon (USA), age 35, 12 September 1987, 9:20 for 20.81miles from Tahoe Keys to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada (South - North)First Male South – North Crossing: Dave Kenyon (USA), 12 September 1987, 9:20 for 20.81miles from Tahoe Keys to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada (South - North)First Crossing Female: Mrytle Huddleston (USA), age 34, 23 August 1931, 22:58 for 10.48miles from Deadman's Point to Tahoe City (East - West)Fastest Crossing Female: Catheryne Diprete (USA), age 44, 30 September 2007, 10:14 for 21.091 miles from Tahoe Keys to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada (South - North)Oldest Crossing Female: Catheryne Diprete (USA), age 44, 30 September 2007, 10:14 for 21.091 miles from Tahoe Keys to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada (South - North)Youngest Crossing Female: Lenore Modell (USA), age 13, 6 October 1963, 13:34 for 20.49miles from Tahoe Keys to Kings Beach (South - North)First Longest Distance Crossing Female: Karen Rogers (USA), age 42, 12 August 2009,10:50 for 22.1 miles from Camp Richardson, California to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village,Nevada (South - North)Fastest Longest Distance Crossing Female: Patti Bauernfeind (USA), age 42, 28 August2009, 10:39:38 for 22.1 miles from Camp Richardson, California to Hyatt Beach in InclineVillage, Nevada (South - North)Oldest Crossing Male Kevin Murphy (Great Britain), age 54, 24 July 2003, 13:56 for 20.67miles from Pope Beach to Kings Beach (South - North):
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Oldest Crossing Male: Tom Linthicum (USA), age 51, 16 August 2009, 17+ hours for 22.1miles from Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada to Camp Richardson, California (North -South)First Longest Distance Crossing Male: Ken Harmon (USA), age 45, 22 August 2005, 11:19 for 22.1 miles from Camp Richardson, California to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village, Nevada (South- North)Fastest Longest Distance Crossing Male: Ken Harmon (USA) 45, 22 August 2005, 11:19minutes for 22.1 miles from Camp Richardson, California to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village,Nevada (South - North)Fastest Longest Distance Crossing Male (North - South): Clark Bird (USA), age 39, 22 August2010, 13:23 for 22.1 miles from Camp Richardson, California to Hyatt Beach in Incline Village,Nevada (North - South)
 
Kingdom Swim (Lake Memphremagog, Vermont, U.S.A.)
Overall 10-mile Course: Rondi Davies (Australia), 24 July 2010, 3:56:49
 
Lake Winnipesaukee (22 miles, New Hampshire, U.S.A.)
Oldest Person to Cross: 76-year-old George Brunstad (USA), 26 August 2010, 22:00
 
Clarence Strait (15 miles, Alaska, U.S.A.)
Fastest Crossing: Michelle Macy (USA), 2010, 6:36First Crossing: Michelle Macy (USA), 2010, 6:36
 
Pennock Island Challenge (13K, Alaska, U.S.A.)
First Circumnavigation: William Schultz (USA), 11 July 2004, 3:10Fastest Circumnavigation: Sean Seaver (USA), 2005, 2:36Fastest Female Circumnavigation: Michelle Macy (USA), 2008, 3:16
Sitka Sound (13K, Alaska, U.S.A.)
First Crossing: Claudia Rose (USA), 21 August, 2009, 4:36
 
Monterey Bay Crossing (25 – 28 miles, California, U.S.A.)
First Crossing: Cindy Cleveland (USA), 17 September 1980, 15:21:18
Santa Barbara Channel (California, U.S.A.)
First Channel Crossing from Mainland to Anacapa Island (10.8 nautical miles): Cindy
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