Wendy Trehiou

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The tattoo commemorating Wendy Trehiou's English Channel two-way swim of 2013
Wendy Trehiou is a breast cancer survivor and completed a total of four English Channel crossings including a two-way under the guidance of escort pilot Neil Streeter in which she joined the 24-hour club. She was also the winner of The Gertrude Ederle Award in 2012 for the most meritorious CS&PF swim of the year by a woman and completed a Jersey France Solo in 2008 in 9 hours 9 minutes under the auspices of the Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club. She also completed a Jersey Solo in 2007 in 10 hours 51 minutes.

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Her two-way crossing of the English Channel was nominated for the 2013 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year.

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Wendy Trehiou's Story

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