Honour Organisation

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noun - Honour Organisation is an organisation or group that has been inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame due to its history and track record as an open water swimming governing body or organisation. Individuals can be inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame as an Honour Administrator, Honour Swimmer, Honour Pilot or Honour Coach.

Honour Organisations

These selfless organisations have collectively devoted thousands of hours and risked resources to support swimmers and marathon swimming events.

Aquatic Club du lac St. Jean Roberval, Québec, Canada - inducted in 1976 (now called Traversée Internationale du lac St-Jean)
Fédération Internationale de Natation Amateur (FINA), Switzerland - inducted in 1994
Channel Swimming Association (CSA), Great Britain - inducted in 1996
British Long Distance Swimming Association (BLDSA), Great Britain - inducted in 2002
Catalina Channel Swimming Federation (CCSF), USA - inducted in 2010/11
Rottnest Channel Swim Association, Australia - inducted in 2010/11
Faros Maratón, Stari Grad, Croatia - inducted in 2012
Irish Long Distance Swimming Association (ILDSA), Ireland - inducted in 2012
Midmar Mile, South Africa - inducted in 2013
Channel Swimming & Piloting Federation, Great Britain - inducted in 2013

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