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Marathon Swimmer Chloe McCardel – breaks record!

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Marathon Swimmer Chloe McCardel – breaks record and swims the channel 35 times on 16 August

The Australian mararthon swimmer Chloe McCardel set to break a world record by swimming the English Channel 35 times.

Chloe intends to Conquer the ocean, in particular the English Channel.  It is nothing new for Ms McCardel.  Five years ago, the Australian ultra-endurance swimmer completed a triple, non-stop crossing between England and France.  Chloe did it in 36 hours and 12 minutes.

On Sunday, the Sydney swimmer will attempt her 35th crossing and in doing so will surpass the men’s record for the number of Channel swims, set by Englishman Kevin Murphy in 2006.

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