Gemma Jensen

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1. 7:15 by [[Penny Lee Dean]], USA, MC in September 1976<br/>
1. 7:15 by [[Penny Lee Dean]], USA, MC in September 1976<br/>
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2. 7:37 by [[Pete Huisveld]], USA, MC in August 1992<br/>
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2. 7:27 by [[Grace van der Byl]], USA, CM in October 2012<br/>
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3. 7:43 by [[Karen Burton]], USA, CM in October 1994 <br/>
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3. 7:37 by [[Pete Huisveld]], USA, MC in August 1992<br/>
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4. 8:05 by [[Todd Robinson]], USA, CM in August 2009<br/>
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4. 7:41 by [[John York]], USA, MC in September 1978 (first leg of a 2-way)<br/>
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5. 8:07 by [[Hank Wise]], USA, CM in October 2010<br/>
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5. 7:43 by [[Karen Burton]], USA, CM in October 1994 <br/>
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6. 8:14 by [[Chad Hundeby]], USA, CM in September 1993<br/>
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6. 8:05 by [[Todd Robinson]], USA, CM in August 2009<br/>
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7. 8:20 by Gemma Jensen, Australia, CM in August 2006<br/>
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7. 8:07 by [[Hank Wise]], USA, CM in October 2010<br/>
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8. 8:27 by [[Jim McConica]], USA, CM in October 1983<br/>
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8. 8:14 by [[Chad Hundeby]], USA, CM in September 1993<br/>
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9. 8:28 by [[Rendy Lynn Opdycke]], USA, CM in August 2008<br/>
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9. 8:20 by Gemma Jensen, Australia, CM in August 2006<br/>
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10. 8:31 by [[John York]], USA, MC in October 1977<br/>
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10. 8:27 by [[Jim McConica]], USA, CM in October 1983<br/>
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11. 8:32 by [[John York]], USA, CM in October 2000<br/>
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11. 8:28 by [[Rendy Lynn Opdycke]], USA, CM in August 2008<br/>
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12. 8:31 by [[John York]], USA, MC in October 1977<br/>
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13. 8:32 by [[John York]], USA, CM in October 2000<br/>
===Fastest English Channel Crossings in Comparison===
===Fastest English Channel Crossings in Comparison===

Latest revision as of 16:00, 4 November 2012

Gemma Jensen is an Australian swimmer who crossed the Catalina Channel in 8 hours 20 minutes, one of the fastest times in history.

Fastest Catalina Channel Crossings in History

1. 7:15 by Penny Lee Dean, USA, MC in September 1976
2. 7:27 by Grace van der Byl, USA, CM in October 2012
3. 7:37 by Pete Huisveld, USA, MC in August 1992
4. 7:41 by John York, USA, MC in September 1978 (first leg of a 2-way)
5. 7:43 by Karen Burton, USA, CM in October 1994
6. 8:05 by Todd Robinson, USA, CM in August 2009
7. 8:07 by Hank Wise, USA, CM in October 2010
8. 8:14 by Chad Hundeby, USA, CM in September 1993
9. 8:20 by Gemma Jensen, Australia, CM in August 2006
10. 8:27 by Jim McConica, USA, CM in October 1983
11. 8:28 by Rendy Lynn Opdycke, USA, CM in August 2008
12. 8:31 by John York, USA, MC in October 1977
13. 8:32 by John York, USA, CM in October 2000

Fastest English Channel Crossings in Comparison

1. 6:55 by Trent Grimsey, Australia, E-F in September 2012
2. 6:57 by Petar Stoychev, Bulgaria, E-F in August 2007
3. 7:03 by Christof Wandratsch, Germany, E-F in August 2005
4. 7:05 by Yuri Kudinov, Russia, E-F in August 2007
5. 7:16 by Vitek Rostislav, Czech Republic, E-F in August 2009
6. 7:17 by Chad Hundeby, USA, E-F in September 1994
7. 7:20 by Christof Wandratsch, Germany, E-F in August 2003
8. 7:21 by Petar Stoychev, Bulgaria, E-F in August 2006
9. 7:22 by David Meca, Spain, E-F in August 2005
10. 7:25 by Yvetta Hlavacova, Czech Republic, E-F in August 2006
11. 7:40 by Penny Lee Dean, USA, E-F in July 1978

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