Audrey Goodale is a 22-year-old American open water swimmer. In 2014, 2015, and 2016 she completed in the 7-mile individual no fins marathon swim at the The Clock Is Ticking (TCT7), a multi-race charity swim in Georgia in support of the James David Eunice Charity Fund.
James Eunice was born 16 June 1994 in Athens, Georgia to John and Tammy Eunice. His life is the inspiration behind the The Clock Is Ticking Seven-Mile Swim.
The Clock Is Ticking
The Clock Is Ticking mission is to provide a sporting event that inspires people to live wholesome lives, to reach their potential, and keep James’s legacy alive through supporting the James Eunice Charity Foundation. The vision is to provide a nationally recognized sporting event that attracts out-of-state swimmers and local families to partake in endurance competitions, food, hospitality, and fun. The goal goes far beyond athletics. The event is a 2-day event with 1-mile, 2.4-mile, and 7-mile races that brings people together by sharing great food, providing fun activities, and allowing volunteer opportunities during a professionally coordinated swim event, all in a climate where God is present.
- The Clock Is Ticking
- James Eunice
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Open Water Swimming
- Marathon Swimming
- The Clock Is Ticking In Georgia
- The Clock Is Ticking Runs Smoothly
Between 2000-2004 she competed backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, and Individual Medley (IM) for the RAF Lakenheath Barracuda International Competitive Swim Team. In 2003 both Germany and Italy RAF attempted recruiting her and were respectfully declined. During her college pursuance in 2012, she was requested to join the UNLV swim team by their assistant coach, having to respectfully decline as documentation of competitive high school swimming was unable to be provided. In 2016 she swam an unofficially documented 00:51:03 100m Freestyle at Moody AFB. In 2020-2022 she volunteer coached for Waves of Change LLC, assisting, teaching, and holding weekly seminars in refined swim technique and methodology, mental resiliency in and around the water, and built water-confidence training programs.
Audrey has voluntarily and privately coached and instructed exclusively for military personnel; In addition to infants, toddlers, adults, triathletes, junior olympic candidates, and children with developmental special needs. She has held positions of Lead Lifeguard, American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor, Interim Aquatics Director, and Privately Contracted Swim Instructor. She has coordinated training events from across the country, bridging distance for competitive lifeguarding and team performance recognition. She has also worked for SafeSplash Swim School, which is sponsored by USA Swimming.