Billy Barton was an American professional marathon swimmer who competed on the World Professional Marathon Swimming Federation circuit including events such as the 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1970 24 Heures La Tuque.
World Professional Marathon Swimming Federation
- The World Professional Marathon Swimming Federation was formed in 1963 to promote professional marathon swimming and to rank the top professional marathon swimmers. Barton was ranked 9th in 1966, 9th in 1967, 5th in 1966, 2nd in 1967, and 3rd in 1968.
- He finished 5th in the 1967 Le Marathon du Saguenay in 7:00.36.
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