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Patrick Fellows

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Pat Fellows is an American competitive swimmer, open water swimmer, and endurance athlete from Louisiana who is behind the Louisiana Marathon, the Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathon, and several Baton Rouge restaurants. He has also run ultra-marathons, competed in the Ironman triathlon, and swam 31.8 miles over 9 hours in Mississippi, starting at Ocean Springs and ending in Bay State, in the Gulf of Mexico in 2008 in a charity swim that he described in a TED Talk.

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