Jenny Sutton Jalet

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Jenny Sutton Jalet is a U.S. Masters Swimming athlete from Huntington Woods, Michigan on a 6-person relay across the English Channel in order to raise money for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. The former University of Michigan swimmer has raised US$75,000 to date together with Bethany Williston, Emily Kreger, Susan Butcher, Amanda Mercer and Melissa Karjala. She is also a Director Premium Seating & Transportation Team at the Athletic Department of the University of Michigan.

The Team set a new World Record for a six-woman relay team two-way crossing. The team's time of 18 hours and 55 minutes, bested the previous time by 4 minutes by a team from Mexico.

Donations to support ALS research can be mailed to Ann Arbor Active against ALS - 2020 Shadford Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

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