Ian Conroy is an Irish cold water swimmer, event administrator, and observer who built the Conroy Pond in Northern Ireland. The Conroy Pond was where the 2015 Ireland Ice Swimming Championships were held.
Ireland Ice Swimming Championships
Infinity 5 North Channel Relay Team
Conroy was an escort crew member of the Infinity 5 North Channel Relay Team was a 5-person relay that crossed the North Channel and consisted of Joe Belton, David Burke, Gillian McShane, Noel Grimes, and Thomas O'Hagan with Patricia McParland as crew and Pádraig Mallon as escort pilot.
Eastern Bay Invitational International Ice Mile Swim
Conroy served as the official timekeeper for the International Ice Swimming Association
Two-way North Channel Crossing
IISA Ireland 1K National Championships
Irish Sea Relay
- He participated in the 94 km Irish Sea Swim from Holyhead, Wales to Dublin, Ireland that benefitted the Gavin Glynn Foundation in 38 hours 52 minutes between 10:26 pm on 17 September 2019 and 1:20 pm on 19 September 2019. The team consisted of Captain Ger Kennedy, Vice Captain Anna McCarthy, Dee Newell, Ger Devin, Richard Dunne and Garrett McDermott with Pádraig Mallon and Nicky Donnelly serving as escort pilots and Milo Mc Court serving as a crew member with observer Ian Conroy on the Irish Sea Relay swim.
- Getting Ready For The 2020-2021 International Ice Swimming Association Season
- IISA Ireland 1k National Championships
- IISA Ireland
- Stamping Their Passport To Adventure In The North Channel
- Conroy Pond, Fast Winter Water
- Wild Water – Armagh (Conroy’s Pond)
- Confronting Fears And Finding Strength
- John Ryan Out-miles Fergal Somerville, Carole Laporte
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- International Ice Swimming Association
- Blocking Out The Cold
- Corinna Nolan, Ice Ironwoman Once Again
- Wild, Absolutely Wild In Conroy Pond