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Fiona Goh

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Fiona Goh, a high school student featured in the documentary film poster DRIVEN, a documentary film by Ben Pitterle and Brian Hall
Fiona Goh, a marathon swimmer featured in the documentary film DRIVEN, a film by Element 8 Productions

Fiona Goh successfully crossed the Anacapa Channel off the California coast near Santa Barbara in 2012 in 10 hours 10 minutes at the age of 13 under the auspices of the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association.

She is also one of the protagonists of the documentary film DRIVEN, a glimpse in the world of marathon swimming and three independent swims across the Santa Barbara Channel.


Goh, along with Evan Morrison and Cherie Edborg, is featured in DRIVEN, an independent swimming film documentary about marathon swimming. Described as "Without wetsuits, in the dead of night, three swimmers braved the cold open-ocean to realize a dream...", the film is shown here.


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