Jennifer Dutton Becomes a Swimming Legend of Lake Geneva

Jennifer Dutton Becomes a Swimming Legend of Lake Geneva

Back in August 2021, Jennifer Dutton, a 52-year-old American open water swimmer and swimming coach from Wayland, Massachusetts who is in the Vermont Open Water Swimming Hall of Fame, completed the 70 km crossing of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. The Signature Swim of the Lake Geneva Swimming Association goes from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis. She joined the 24-Hour Club in 33 hours 23 minutes with her successful crossing.

Shannon Keegan talked with Dutton about the details of her Signature Swim on the Marathon Swim Stories podcast in September:

Dutton joined the following Swimming Legends of Lake Geneva:

  • Jennifer Dutton, USA, 52 from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in August 2021 in 33 hours 23 minutes
  • Deirdre Ward, Ireland, 39, from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in September 2019 in 25 hours 45 minutes
  • Helen Conway, Australia, 40, from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in August 2017 in 25 hours 37 minutes
  • Dr Nicholas Murch, UK, 37, from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in September 2016 in 32 hours 46 minutes
  • Mark Sheridan, UK, 42, from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in July 2016 in 33 hours 6 minutes 51 seconds
  • Jaimie Monahan, USA, 37, from Bains des Pâquis to Chillon Castle in August 2016 in 28 hours 36 minutes
  • Jaimie Monahan, USA, 36, from Chillon Castle to Bains des Pâquis in August 2015 in 32 hours 52 minutes
  • Vedika Bolliger, Switzerland, 34, from Villeneuve to Bains des Pâquis in July 1999 in 42 hours 45 minutes
  • Alain Charmey, Switzerland, 34, from Villeneuve to Bains des Pâquis in August 1986 in 22 hours 43 minutes
Alain Charmey in 1986

For more information on the Lake Geneva Swimming Association and the Signature Swim, visit www.lgsa.com.

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