Marilyn Bell Park

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Marilyn Bell, the first person to successfully complete a crossing of Lake Ontario and namesake for the Marilyn Bell Park
noun - The Marilyn Bell Park is a park on Lake Ontario in Toronto, Canada. The area was the finish point of the Traditional Route, a 51 km (31.6 mile) crossing of Lake Ontario in Canada that was established by Marilyn Bell on 8-9 September 1954 when she swam 51 km from the start in the south at Niagara-on-the-Lake in the mouth of the Niagara River.

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