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Kimberley Boyd

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Kim Dyke, née Dyke was inducted in the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in the Class of 1997

Kimberley Boyd (Kim Boyd, née Dyke) is a Canadian open water swimmer from Victoria. She was coached by 3-time Olympian Ron Jacks.

Open Water Swimming Highlights[edit]

  • She was named Canada's Open Water Swimmer of the Year in 1992.
  • She was named Canada's Open Water Swimmer of the Year in 1993.
  • She was named Canada's Open Water Swimmer of the Year in 1994.
  • She was named Canada's Open Water Swimmer of the Year in 1995.
  • In July 1990, she finished 3rd overall (2nd woman) in the 25 km Traversée internationale du lac Memphrémagog in Québec, Canada in 5 hours 47 minutes 6 seconds at the age of 19.
  • In July 1991, she finished 7th in the 42 km Traversée internationale du lac Memphrémagog in Quebec, Canada in 10 hours 43 minutes.
  • In February 1992, she finished 4th in the 56 km Maratón Santa Fe - Coronda in Santa Fe, Argentina in 8 hours 43 minutes 12 seconds.
  • In June 1992, she finished 5th in the Riviera Marathon in Alassio, Italy in the combined time of 12 hours 59 minutes 38 seconds.
  • In July 1992, she finished 5th in the 42 km Traversée internationale du lac Memphrémagog in Québec, Canada in 10 hours 41 minutes 1 second.
  • On 10 August 1992, she finished 2nd in the 30 km Sylvan Lake World Series Marathon Swim in Sylvan Lake in Sylvan, Alberta, Canada in 7 hours 6 minutes 8 seconds.
  • In January 1993, she won the 16 km race in Manly Dam in Sydney, Australia in 3 hours 28 minutes 18 seconds.
  • In February 1993, she finished 4th in the 56 km Maratón Santa Fe - Coronda in Santa Fe, Argentina in 8 hours 55 minutes 50 seconds.
  • In June 1993, she finished 3rd in the 35 km Riviera Marathon in Savona, Italy in 8 hours 29 minutes 14 seconds.
  • In July 1993, she finished 2nd in the 42 km Traversée internationale du lac Memphrémagog in Québec, Canada in 10 hours 48 minutes 19 seconds.
  • In August 1993, she finished 3rd in the 40 km Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean in Québec, Canada in 9 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds.
  • In August 1993, she finished 3rd in the 34 km Around The Island Swim in Atlantic City, New Jersey in 7 hours 53 minutes 30 seconds.
  • In September 1993, she finished 2nd and 7th overall in the 25 km Pan Pacific Championships from Sabaudia to Terracina, Italy in 7 hours 48 minutes 40 seconds.
  • In September 1993, she finished 1st and 2nd overall in the 32 km Isle di Ponza to San Felice Circeo, Italy in 7 hours 58 minutes 45 seconds.
  • In February 1994, she finished 3rd in the 56 km Maratón Santa Fe - Coronda in Santa Fe, Argentina in 8 hours 2 minutes 31 seconds.
  • In February 1994, she finished 4th in the 88 km Hernandarias, Parana, Argentina in 9 hours 35 minutes 32 seconds.
  • In May 1994, she won the 10 km race in Cañon del Sumidero in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico in 2 hours 22 minutes 26 seconds.
  • In June 1994, she finished 2nd in the 36 km Riviera Marathon in Laigueglia, Italy in 7 hours 24 minutes 32 seconds.
  • In September 1994, she finished 14th in the 25 km FINA World Championships from Porto San Felice Circeo to Terracina, Italy in 6 hours 25 minutes 31 seconds.
  • In January 1995, she finished 5th in the 26 km Tapes International Marathon Swim in Tapes, Brazil in 7 hours 7 minutes 46 seconds.
  • In February 1995, she finished 3rd in the 63 km Maraton Acuatica Rio Coronda in Santa Fe, Argentina in 8 hours 39 minutes 20 seconds.
  • In February 1995, she finished 2nd in the 88 km Hernandarias-Parana in Parana, Argentina in 9 hours 5 minutes 31 seconds
  • In February 1995, she won the 26 km Maraton Acuatica Internacional in Mar del Plata, Argentina in 5 hours 45 minutes 51 seconds
  • In July 1995, she finished 2nd in the 42 km Traversée internationale du lac Memphrémagog in Québec, Canada in 9 hours 12 minutes 18 seconds in the FINA World Series Super Final to become the overall FINA World Series winner due to another competitor testing positive in the doping control station.
  • In August 1995, she finished 6th in the 25 km Pan Pacific Championships in Lake Lanier, Georgia in 5 hours 58 minutes 57 seconds.
  • In August 1995, she finished 2nd and 11th overall in the 26 km Swim Across The Sound from Port Jefferson to Long Island in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 6 hours 12 minutes 11 seconds.
  • She completed a 25 km race in the Commonwealth Games pool.

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