Silvia Dalotto

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Silvia Beatríz Dalotto was inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 2005 as an Honour Swimmer. The Argentine native currently serves on the board of directors of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame.

Dalotto was the International Marathon Swimming Association (IMSA) world champion in 1990 after winning the Santa Fé-Coronda Marathon in Argentina, getting third in the Travesía Bahía de Todos los Santos in Brazil, the 32K (20-mile) Maratona del Golfo Capri-Napoli in Italy, the Lago Trasimeno Marathon in Italy and the Around the Island Marathon in Atlantic City, USA, and fifth in the 42K (26-mile) Traversée Internationale du Lac Memphrémagog in Canada. She was the third overall in the 1991 International Marathon Swimming Association, sixth in 1992, fifth in 1993, third in 1994, third in 1995 and second in 1996.Upon completion of her marathon swimming career, Silvia received many awards and honors from the Argentine Olympic Committee and the International Olympic Committee and became a FINA Open Water Official, judging at the FINA Open Water World Championships in Barcelona and other FINA World Cup races.


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