William Schulz

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William Schulz is an American open water swimmer from Alaska who successfully completed the Catalina Channel from Catalina Island to the California mainland on 6 August 2003 in 10 hours 13 minutes, swimming in tandem with Mark Monticino.

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.

He was named as one of the 101 Movers And Shakers In The Open Water Swimming World by the Daily News of Open Water Swimming.

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