Patty Kohlman

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Patty Kohlman is a world-class Mexican pool and open water swimmer who participated in two Olympic Games: Los Angeles in 1984 (18th place in 100 free) and Seoul in 1988 (23rd place in 100 free). Kohlman is the first Mexican woman to swim under 27 seconds in 50 free and is a member of the Sport City Elite Team. She also set a world open water swimming relay record with the Mexican American Unity Swim in Lake Powell between the Arizona and Utah borders.

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Mexican American Unity Swim

The Mexican American Unity Swim in Lake Powell between the Arizona and Utah borders in the United States set the record for the longest non-stop lake relay record in 2010. The team consisted of three American men and three Mexican women who swam 108 nautical miles in 55 hours, 20 minutes 25 seconds.

The Team

Patty Kohlman, Edna Llorens, Nora Toledano, Vito Bialla, Matthew Davie, and Phil Cutti.

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