Edna Llorens

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Edna Llorens is a Mexican pool and open water swimmer with international success. She won the world's masters swimming 3 km championship in 2009 winning her age group by 3 minutes. She has completed a 21 km relay, Por Ellas... El Mar de Cortés, Relay (45 km), Por Ellas...Cozumel-Cancún, Q.ROO, and a 80 km relay. Her swimming career, world and open water events Por Ellas…Health, Cáncer awareness and sport education, spans the globe. She also set a world open water swimming relay record with the Mexican American Unity Swim in Lake Powell between the Arizona and Utah borders.

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Mexican American Unity Swim

The Mexican American Unity Swim in Lake Powell between the Arizona and Utah borders in the United States set the record for the longest non-stop lake relay record in 2010. The team consisted of three American men and three Mexican women who swam 108 nautical miles in 55 hours, 20 minutes 25 seconds.

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Patty Kohlman, Edna Llorens, Nora Toledano, Vito Bialla, Matthew Davie, and Phil Cutti.

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