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Sara McLarty

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Sara McLarty

Sara McLarty is a University of Florida graduate and professional athlete of rare ability, becoming successful in pool swimming, open water swimming, triathlon, cross country running and track.

Awards, Victories and Honors

  • IronKids Triathlon National Champion from 1993-96
  • 15 NCAA All-American awards including 4 individual SEC Conference titles, 1 SEC Team Championship, and was the 2004 NCAA Florida Woman of the Year
  • 4th place 2004 USA Olympic Swimming Team Trials in the 400-meter freestyle
  • 2 World Swimming Championships teams
  • Silver medal 2004 World Swimming Championships in the 400m free
  • Bronze medal at 2004 World Open Water World Swimming Championships 5 km
  • FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup events in New Jersey, South Africa, and Mexico
  • 2005 USA Triathlon Rookie of the Year award
  • 3 Top-3 finishes at 2006 ITU Continental Cups (including 2nd place at the USA Elite National Championships)
  • 3 Top-20 finishes at World Cups during the 2006 season
  • 3rd place at the 2006 Escape from Alcatraz
  • Multiple Top 10 finishes during the 2007 World Cup season, finishing 10th at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • She won the 3-person relay at the 8-mile Swim for Alligator Lighthouse in the Florida Keys with Michelle Dalton and Misty Bacerra in 4 hours 15 minutes 32 seconds on 11 September 2021.

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