Debbie Hazeltine

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Debbie Hazeltine is a British ice swimmer and was the visionary behind the 33.5 km Winter Relay of the English Channel that was held in January 2024
Debbie Hazeltine is a British ice swimmer and was the visionary behind the 33.5 km Winter Relay of the English Channel that was held in January 2024

Deborah Hazeltine is a 51-year-old established and dynamic vocalist and an open water swimmer and coach from West Malling, England.

Professional Experience

  • Now launched and in motion is her new Divas show. A unique and vibrant ‘multi-tribute’ experience portraying some of the most famous divas. A whole evenings entertainment taking any style of audience through the years from the Jazz era of Bassey to Kylie’s great dance anthems today. The show includes tributes to Cher, Shania Twain, Madonna, Kylie, Abba and more.
  • She sang at the Maidstone Mile on 20 July 2012.

Open Water Swimming Highlights

  • She was the visionary and instigator of 33.5 km Winter Relay of the English Channel originally envisioned in February 2022 to raise funds for an animal charity. She participated in the women's team in the 33.5 km Winter Relay of the English Channel held in January 2024.
  • On 19 February 2019 in Hatfield, Duncaster, England, she completed an Ice Mile in 3.30°C water and 0.50°C air in a lake in 47 minutes 33 seconds.
  • She has participated in an English Channel relay.
  • On 1 January 2018 in Leybourne Lakes, she completed a 1.7 km swim in 6.30°C water and 4.00°C air temperature in 38 minutes 41.00 seconds.
  • On 29 January 2019 in Brockwell Lido, she completed a 1.3 km Ice Kilometer in 4.01°C water and 4.00°C air temperature in 36 minutes 00.00 seconds.
  • On 29 January 2022 in St. Andrews Lake, she completed a 1.625 km swim in 5.05°C water and 0.50°C air temperature in 41 minutes 38.00 seconds.
  • On 30 January 2022 in St. Andrews Lake, she completed a 1.75 km swim in 5.50°C water and 1.00°C air temperatures in 47 minutes 41.00 seconds.
  • On 9 February 2023 in Holborough Lake, she completed a 1.2 km Ice Kilometer in 4.80°C water and 0.04°C air temperatures in 30 minutes 28.00 seconds.

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