Luc Chetboun

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Latest revision as of 09:10, 21 October 2013

Luc Chetboun, member of the Cyprus to Israel Open Water Swim
Luc Chetboun (born in Strasbourg France in 1968) grew up in Jerusalem and is an open water swimmer, marathon runner, triathlete, and Ironman. He will participate in the Cyprus Israel Relay Swim for Youth at Risk, a 380 km world record attempt by a 6-person relay team to swim non-stop from Cyprus to Israel, starting on 18 October 2013. In addition to being a charity swim, the 6 swimmers wish to set a world record for the Longest Open Water Relay Swim currently held by the Night Train Swimmers.

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