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Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services

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Caroline Block of the U.S.A. swimming from Northern Ireland to Scotland in 14 hours 31 minutes, escorted by Pádraig Mallon of the Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services
Triskelion relay open water swimmers Olive Conroy (Ireland), Conor Turner (Ireland), Elina Makïnen (Finland), Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden), Rory Fitzgerald (Ireland), and Carole Laporte (France) that crossed 69.7 km across the Irish Sea between the Isle of Man and Ardglass, Northern Ireland on 17-18 June 2017 in 18 hours 8 minutes and 32 seconds
Triskelion open water swimmers Olive Conroy (Ireland), Conor Turner (Ireland), Elina Makïnen (Finland), Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden), Rory Fitzgerald (Ireland), and Carole Laporte (France), escort pilots Pádraig Mallon of Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services on AMac and Nicky Donnelly on Melody Bay, and support crew Milo McCourt and Jacqueline McClelland that crossed 69.7 km across the Irish Sea between the Isle of Man and Ardglass, Northern Ireland on 17-18 June 2017 in 18 hours 8 minutes and 32 seconds
Triskelion open water swimmers Olive Conroy (Ireland), Conor Turner (Ireland), Elina Makïnen (Finland), Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden), Rory Fitzgerald (Ireland), and Carole Laporte (France), escort pilots Pádraig Mallon of Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services on AMac and Nicky Donnelly on Melody Bay, and support crew Milo McCourt and Jacqueline McClelland that crossed 69.7 km across the Irish Sea between the Isle of Man and Ardglass, Northern Ireland on 17-18 June 2017 in 18 hours 8 minutes and 32 seconds

noun - Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services is an open water swimming, channel swimming, marathon swimming and ice swimming piloting and coaching service.

Offerings & Services

Co-founders

Pádraig Mallon and Jacqueline McClelland launched Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services in February 2015.

Infinity 5 North Channel Team

The Infinity 5 North Channel Relay Team consisted of Joe Belton, David Burke, Gillian McShane, Noel Grimes, and Thomas O'Hagan with Ian Conroy and Patricia McParland as crew and Pádraig Mallon as escort pilot.

Team 210oSOUTHWEST Channel Team

Team 210oSOUTHWEST is a 4-person relay team that attempted a Dál Riata channel crossing in July 2015 with Mo McCoy, Olive Conroy, John McElroy and Adrian Poucher that lasted over 13 hours. On 7 September 2015, Keith Garry, John McElroy, Olive Conroy, and Adrian Poucher completed a 7 hour 33 minute Dál Riata crossing between Mull of Kintyre in Scotland and Cross Slieve, Cushendun Bay in Northern Ireland with Pádraig Mallon and Richard Lafferty as the escort pilots from the Infinity Channel Swimming and Piloting Services.

Fast and Frozen

Fast and Frozen is an open water swimming relay that accomplished an unprecedented 2-way North Channel crossing from Ireland to Scotland to Ireland in 29 hours 57 minutes. They left the shore of Ireland on 27 July 2015 at 7:52 am and completed the two-way relay swim at 1:49 pm on 28 July 2015, escorted by Pádraig Mallon's Infinity Channel Swimming. Its members included Henri Kaarma from Estonia, Ryan Stramrood from South Africa, Anna Carin-Nordin from Sweden, Patrick Corcoran from Ireland, Zdenek Thalmika from the Czech Republic, and Elina Makïnen from Finland.

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North Channel Crossing


Mányoki Attila's 12 hour 11 minute 20 second crossing of the North Channel to complete the Oceans Seven, 18th person in history to do so.

teamRIPTIDE

Pádraig Mallon was the navigator for the 3-person relay team called teamRIPTIDE (Michelle Brooker, Jack Boyle and Noel Grimes) that became the first 3-person relay team to make the Dál Riata Channel Swim crossing between Northern Ireland and Scotland. In June 2016, teamRIPTIDE started at the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland and made landfall south of Cushendun, Northern Ireland in 7 hours 44 minutes 21 seconds with support crew Milo McCourt and Afreen Ahmed and navigators Charles Stewart and Pádraig Mallon. The Dál Riata Channel Swim, previously known as the Mull of Kintyre Swim, is a 17 km (10.5-mile) channel swim was pioneered by Wayne Soutter from Mull of Kintyre in Scotland to Ballycastle in Northern Ireland. It is part of the Irish Triple Crown.

From The Isle of Man To Ireland

Oa Channel Crossing

Pádraig Mallon will escort Olive Conroy, John McElroy, Ruth McGuigan, Patrick Corcoran, Noel Grimes and Fergil Hesterman on the 45 km Celtic Quadrant swim across the Oa Channel from the Isle of Islay in Scotland to Ireland in 2017.

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