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Julie Isbill

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Julie Isbill is a member of the Australian Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Class of 2020/2021
Julie Isbill completed a two-way crossing of the Rottnest Channel in 12 hours 40 minutes in April 2015
Rob Daly, iSwimtoo Designer, Magnus Butlin, iSwimtoo CTO, Stephen Coulter, iSwimtoo Co-Founder, Julie Isbill, iSwimtoo Co-Founder
iSwimtoo is fully integrated into Openwaterpedia
iSwimtoo screen shot
iSwimtoo example

Julie Isbill is an Australian triathlete and open water swimmer from Fremantle.

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iSwimtoo was nominated for the 2012 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year award. Its World Open Water Swimming Association nomination reads, When open water swimmers meet, they talk and compare swimming holes. Did you swim? iSwimtoo is the answer. iSwimtoo, a software innovation from Stephen Coulter and his merry band of open water swimming colleagues of Manly, Australia, offers the ability to share detailed information online on an unprecedented visual scale about swimming locations worldwide. The neatly organized solution is powered by the Google Earth platform and enhanced by text, facts, and links. Initially offered as a stand-alone solution, iSwimtoo is now integrated into Openwaterpedia and is another solution to connect open water swimmers around the world with the common ties of passion and local knowledge of the open water world. For his vision to connect the millions of open water swimmers in an easy-to-use, easy-to-research online tool, for its explicit ability to make the open water world a smaller, more collaborative and cooperative community, iSwimtoo is a worthy nominee for the 2012 WOWSA Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year.

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