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*He completed a [[two-way crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia on 17 December 2016 in 14 hours 8 minutes 18 seconds at the age of 29.
 
*He completed a [[two-way crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia on 17 December 2016 in 14 hours 8 minutes 18 seconds at the age of 29.
*He attempted a [[three-way crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia in 2017 in 14 hours at the age of 30, supported by a team of 33 people including 7 kayakers, 8 [[escort pilot]]s in 4 boats, a timekeeper, his wife, a shark scientist and 11 [[pace swimmer]]s.
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*He attempted a [[three-way crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia in 2017 in 14 hours at the age of 30, supported by a team of 33 people including 7 kayakers, 8 [[escort pilot]]s in 4 boats, a timekeeper, his wife, a shark scientist and 11 [[pace swimmer]]s in the [[Jeremy's Blind Rottnest Triple Crossing]].
 
*He set the fastest [[backstroke]] [[crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia in 2019 in 7 hours 12 minutes 50 seconds.
 
*He set the fastest [[backstroke]] [[crossing]] of the 19.7 km [[Rottnest Channel Swim]] in Western Australia in 2019 in 7 hours 12 minutes 50 seconds.
  

Revision as of 03:09, 12 July 2019

Jeremy McClure is a blind four-time Paralympic open water swimmer from Australia.

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