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Ice Zero Swimmer

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noun - An Ice Zero Swimmer is an individual who has completed an ice swim of at least one statute mile in water temperature below 1°C (33.8°F), called an Ice Zero Swim as certified by the International Ice Swimming Association:

Zero Ice Milers in Antarctica[edit]

Other Zero Ice Milers around the World[edit]

  • Jaimie Monahan on 18 December 2018 in Tyumen, Russia in -0.03°C water and -31.0°C air in 30:20 (1.03 miles)
  • Kate Steels on 24 December 2017 in South Lake, Shuangyashan City, China in 0.9°C water and -22.1°C air in 35:05 (1.01 miles)
  • Ger Kennedy on 9 December 2017 in Tyumen, Russia in 0.5°C water and -18.8°C air in 43:10 (1.25 miles)
  • Ger Kennedy on 16 January 2016 in Wild Water Armagh Pool, Ireland in 0.77°C water and 4.0°C air in 32:30
  • Henri Kaarma on 15 December 2013 in Tyumen, Russia in 0.0°C water and 0.0°C air in 41:47 (1.49 miles)
  • Ram Barkai on 23 March 2013 in Murmansk, Russia in 0.0°C water and 0.0°C air in 32:43
  • Kieron Palframan on 23 March 2013 in Murmansk, Russia in 0.0°C water and 0.0°C air in 31:00
  • Ryan Stramrood on 23 March 2013 in Murmansk, Russia in 0.0°C water and 0.0°C air in 30:00
  • Henri Kaarma on 23 March 2013 in Murmansk, Russia in 0.0°C water and 0.0°C air in 33:00 (1.34 miles)
  • Henri Kaarma on 16 December 2012 in Tyumen, Russia in 0.3°C water and -33.0°C air in 25:25 (1.37 miles)
  • Aleksandr Brylin on 16 December 2012 in Tyumen, Russia in 0.3°C water and -33.0°C air in 1:05:06 (1.37 miles)
  • Andrey Sychyovv on 16 December 2012 in Tyumen, Russia in 0.3°C water and -33.0°C air in 1:06:30 (1.37 miles)

Origin[edit]

Ice Zero Swimmer was first coined by Ram Barkai in 2015.

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