'Queen of the Channel'
Chloë McCardel (Australian) is a Melbourne-raised Sydneysider who holds multiple marathon swimming World Records. Chloë McCardel is pushing the boundaries of marathon swimming and what the human mind and body can achieve. Described as the greatest ultra-marathon swimmer in history, an inspiration and role model, Chloë aims to achieve the impossible.
She is also a swim coach (having coached over 150 people to swim the English Channel), international keynote speaker and advocate on behalf of domestic violence victims.
On October 13th 2021 Chloë broke the World Record for Greatest Crossings, previously held by British swimmer Alison Streeter MBE, who completed the crossing 43 times. Chloë ‘s 44x English Channel swims include 35x single, 3x double and a triple non-stop crossing (Australian Record) and the longest non-stop ocean swim (124km, 42hrs).