CHLOE McCARDEL- Marathon Swimmer
Chloe is an accomplished marathon swimmer who holds several titles including the Australian title for most English Channel career crossings – 21. Eight of those crossings were completed between June and late October 2016 – the most crossings in one season in history.
In 2015 Chloe was the first Aussie and first person in 25 years to swim a triple non-stop crossing of the English Channel (36hrs12min), she also swam an unprecedented 3x single crossings in one week a month before the triple crossing. For this feat she was chosen as the inaugural 2015 International Marathon Swimmer of the Year by the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame and presented the Poseidon Award. She was also awarded the 2015 MSF ‘Solo Swim of the Year’ (Female) for her triple crossing.
In October 2014 Chloe completed a swim from South Eleuthera Island to Nassau, Bahamas. The continuous solo swim was 124.4 kilometers (77.3 miles) which she swam in 41 hours, 21 minutes. Chloe set a new world record, the longest unassisted ocean swim, conducted under the ‘Rules of Marathon Swimming’ ratified by the Marathon Swimming Federation (MSF).
For her achievements in marathon swimming Chloë was also inducted into the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 2016 and is its youngest member.
DMA Clinical Pilates and Physiotherapy is proud to be able to assist Chloe in her pursuits.
To learn more about Chloe visit http://www.chloemccardel.com/