Kate Alexander

From Openwaterpedia

Jump to: navigation, search

Kate Alexander is an American open water swimmer who lives in the Cayman Islands. She is the oldest woman to swim across the Cayman Brac Channel between Cayman Brac and Little Cayman in the Cayman Islands.


Cayman Brac Channel

Alexander took 3 hours 25 minutes to cross this 4.88-mile channel, together with Alex Harling (Great Britain) [2:59:01], Kerri Kanuga (Canada) [Time: 2:59:05], Andrea Roach (Canada) [Time: 3:04], Lizzy Berns (Great Britain) [Time: 3:10], Kristina Horacek (USA) [Time: 3:10], Anne Jackson (Cayman Islands) [Time: 3:18], Matthew McKinley (Cayman Islands) [Time: 3:18], Felix Ebanks (Cayman Islands) [Time: 3:20], Barb Pederson (Zimbabwe) [Time: 3:22 with fins], Cordell Gutierrez (Cayman Islands) [Time: 3:30 with fins], and Governor Duncan Taylor (Great Britain) [Time: 2:59] in June 2011.

Grand Cayman Circumnavigation

She also did a series of stage swims completely around Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, an unprecedented circumnavigation of 54.5 miles in 25 stages.

Flowers Sea Swim

Alexander also served as the Race Coordinator for the annual Flowers Sea Swim in the Cayman Islands and has volunteered for numerous other sea swims throughout the Cayman Islands.

External links

Personal tools
Annual Recognition
Insurance and Sanctions
OWS Conferences
Race Calendar
Travel & Vacations
Education Programs
About OWP
Courtesy of