Kim Lumsdon

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Kim Lumsdon
Kim Lumsdon is a Canadian open water swimmer who is the subject of a documentary film that will be released in January 2014.

Marathon Swimming Career

On 27th August 1976, at the age of 19 and coached by her father and International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Honour Swimmer Cliff Lumsdon, she became the 11th person to swim across Lake Ontario with a time of 21 hours 27 minutes from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Ontario Place.

On 5-6 August 2006, at the age of 49, she became a member of the 24-hour club due to her 51 km solo swim south-to-north across Lake Ontario in Canada in 26 hours 27 minutes at the age of 49, piloted by James Rocco.

On 26 July 2013, at the age of 56, she swam 40 km in Lake Ontario, but was pulled because of bad weather

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