Chris Geer

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Chris Geer, Catalina Channel swimmer with family
George Young with his escort boat during the 1927 Wrigley Ocean Marathon Swim. Photo courtesy of Catalina Channel swimmer Chris Geer of Channel Twenty-one
William Wrigley, Jr. with George Young after the 1927 Wrigley Ocean Marathon Swim. Photo courtesy of Catalina Channel swimmer Chris Geer of Channel Twenty-one
Chris Geer is an open water swimmer from California and a member of the Dawn Patrol with Scott Meyer, Pete Cassiano, Matt Hanson, Steve Schlom, Michael Bergkvist, and Shawn Oatey. The Dawn Patrol trains at the Long Beach Yacht Club pool, outside the Seal Beach Pier with the Seal Beach Sea Monkeys, and in the inner bay at Belmont Shore.

He is also creator of Channel Twenty-One, a vintage collection of swimming photography, and successfully crossed the Catalina Channel in 2012 in 9 hours 56 minutes under the auspices of the Catalina Channel Swimming Federation.

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