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Colibrí swimmer

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The Pan-American Colibrí Swim between Imperial Beach, California, USA and Tijuana, Mexico is a cross-border swim by a group of ocean swimmers from five nations with the purpose to raise awareness and funds for the Colibri Center for Human Rights in the Pacific Ocean
Colibrí Center for Human Rights is the beneficiary of the Pan-American Colibrí Swim between Imperial Beach, California, USA and Tijuana, Mexico

The Colibrí swimmers are an international group of open water swimmers who include Kimberley Chambers (New Zealand), Oded Rahav (Israel), Jean Craven (South Africa), Antonio Argüelles, (Mexico), Nicolene Steynberg (South Africa), Rene Martínez Saenz (Mexico), Ben Enosh (Israel), Ryan Nelson (USA), Melissa King (USA), Kamini Moodley (South Africa), Nora Toledano (Mexico), Neil Macaskill (South Africa), Luc Chetboun (Israel), and Mariel Hawley (Mexico) who together with escort kayakers Dan Simonelli (USA), Tom Hecker (USA), and Kevin Eslinger (USA) will conduct the Pan-American Colibrí Swim, a cross-border swim with the purpose to raise awareness and funds for the Colibri Center for Human Rights in the Pacific Ocean.

Pan-American Colibrí Swim Course & Date[edit]

The Pan-American Colibrí Swim will be held between Imperial Beach near San Diego, California, USA, starting near the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, and ending at Playas de Tijuana in Tijuana, Mexico on 5 May 2017.

Colibrí Center for Human Rights[edit]


A documentary film about Dayani Cristal and the Colibrí Center for Human Rights by Gael Garcia Bernal and Marc Silver.

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