Mike Suttle

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Mike Suttle is an American open water swimmer who was part of the San Clemente Island Relay - First Relay Crossing from San Clemente Island to Mainland along with Jim Fitzpatrick, Brendan Halffman, Craig Taylor, Dave Yudovin, and Scott Zornig as they became the first to swim as a 6-person relay from San Clemente Island to San Clemente on the coast of California, a distance of almost 60 miles in 33 hours 8 minutes.

On 24 August 1986, Suttle became the 61st person to successfully complete the Catalina Channel in 11 hours 13 minutes.

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