Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952)-Respect Boomers
Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952)-Respect Boomers
Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952)-Respect Boomers
Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952)-Respect Boomers
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Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952)

Nejib Belhedi (Born 1952) is a Tunisian swimmer who has broken numerous records including the longest-lasting non-stop swim in the open sea, which lasted 76 hours 30 minutes.  He swam approximately 75 miles across Tunisia’s Gulf of Gabes in the Mediterranean Sea in 2018 at the age of 66.

Nejib Belhedi is also a former Lt. Colonel in the Tunisian Army.  He was voted as the 2020 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year at the age of 68. 

 

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