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Alison Streeter MBE

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Alison Streeter MBE from Great Britain was inducted as an Honour Swimmer in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 1985. In May 2006, she was also inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame as an Honour Swimmer. She joins her mother Freda Streeter in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame and is a member of the 24-hour club.

Open Water Swimming Career Highlights

Solo Crossings

1. 41 August 1982 11:21
2-4. 4 August 1984 21:16 (2 Way)
4. 26 July 1984 10:06
5. 28 September 1986 11:04
6. 20 September 1988 8:48 WR
6. 24 September 1989 9:41
8-10. 2 August 1990 44:40 (4 Way)
11. 26 September 1990 9:50
12. 14 August 1991 10:06
14. 8 September 1991 9:54
14. 26 June 1992 11:41
15. 8 July 1992 10:40
16. 28 July 1992 11:12
16-18. 5 August 1992 22:20 (2 Way)
19. 22 August 1992 11:16
20. 21 September 1992 10:45
21. 12 July 1994 10:16
22. 28 August 1994 11:14
24. 25 September 1994 10:16
24. 16 July 1994 11:26
25. 1 August 1994 10:48
26. 2 September 1994 9:40
26. 28 September 1994 10:24
28. 6 July 1995 11:54
29-40. 21 July 1995 20:55 (2 Way)
41. 21 August 1995 9:55
42. 4 September 1995 10:58
44. 26 July 1996 9:40
44. 20 August 1996 9:41
45. 29 June 1996 11:45
46. 8 September 1996 11:14
46. 2 August 1998 10:56
48. 6 July 1999 11:04
49. 6 August 2000 12:28
40. 26 July 2001 14:24
41. 5 July 2004 12:58
42. 20 September 2004 14:44
43. 24 July 2004 12:45

Relay Crossings

1. 26 August 2000 12:46 Relay Swim: "International 125th Year Relay"
2. 10 September 2000 11:44 Special Category Swim: "Reza's Warriors"
3-4. 20 July 2004 21:20 Relay Swim: "Michigan Masochists" (2 Way)
5. August 2004 14:44 Relay Swim: "Chelly's Jellies" 6. 24 July 2006 14:24 Relay Swim: "Hubert House Heavenly Honeys"

World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Women

She was named to the list of World's 50 Most Adventurous Open Water Women by the World Open Water Swimming Association in 2015.

Swim The Channel

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