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Albert H. Oshiver

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42-year-old oceanographer Albert H. Oshiver from Washington, D.C., who swam from south Gatun to Gamboa in 29 hours on 29-30 December 1962, is being measured for Panama Canal transit by Chief Admeasurer Robert E. Medinger. The flashing light he used during the night part of his swim is strapped to his forehead

Albert H. Oshiver was an oceanographer from Washington, D.C.

Open Water Swimming Career[edit]

At the age of 42, he swam from south Gatun to Gamboa across the Panama Canal in 29 hours on 29-30 December 1962.

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