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Monday, November 21, 2016

Where Are They Now?

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame is attempting to confirm the whereabouts of all its living honourees. However, four individuals have not been heard from in quite some time.

If any open water swimmer knows about where the following individuals may be or how they may be contacted, please follow-up with Ned Denison of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame via email (ned.denison@corkopenwater.com).

*Jose Cortinas of Cuba [shown on left] and the IMSHOF Class of 1967 would be 100 years old in 2016
*Helge Jensen of Denmark/Canada and the IMSHOF Class of 1970 would be 78 years old in 2016
*Jerry Kerschner of the USA would be 90 in 2016
*Feng Yao-Hsein of China of China and the IMSHOF Class of 1973 would be 88 in 2016

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