William Schulz

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William Schulz is an open water swimmer from the USA who successfully completed the Catalina Channel (CM) on August 6, 2003 in 10 hours 13 minutes doing it tandem with Mark Monticino.

William Schulz is the founder, race director and current record holder for the annual 8.2-mile Pennock Island Challenge in Ketchikan, Alaska, USA. He set the current world record at the Pennock Island Challenge in 2004 with a time of 3 hours 10 minutes.

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