From Openwaterpediaopen water swimmer from Mexico who is a member of the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming (Triple Corona). She also wrote a book on open water swimming called Días Azules (English translation: Water Days).
She completed crossings of two of the Oceans Seven channels including the English Channel and Catalina Channel as well as a circumnavigation of the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim. The Mexico City native successfully swam the English Channel on 12 August 2011 in 14 hours 33 minutes under the guidance of pilot Michael Oram. She crossed the Catalina Channel in 11 hours 27 minutes on 25 August 2012 under the auspices of the Catalina Channel Swimming Federation.
English Channel Record
She is also part of the fastest four-way English Channel relay, Sport City who included Hawley, Jorge Urreta, 55-year-old Luis Pineyro, 48-year-old Omar Díaz González, 38-year-old Alejandro Moreno, 26-year-old Mayalen Noriega, supported by coach Rodolfo Aznar and Dr. Alexander Kormanovsky.
Sport City included Mariel Hawley, Jorge Urreta, 55-year-old Luis Pineyro, 48-year-old Omar Díaz González, 38-year-old Alejandro Moreno, 26-year-old Mayalen Noriega, supported by coach Rodolfo Aznar and Dr. Alexander Kormanovsky.
Relay Record Holders
- Jorge Urreta (Mexico)
- Luis Pineyro (Mexico)
- Omar Díaz González (Mexico)
- Alejandro Moreno (Mexico)
- Mayalen Noriega (Mexico)
- Mariel Hawley (Mexico)
- Mariel Hawley website
- Four Is A Charm
- Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
- Open Water Swimming
- Mariel Hawley Makes Mexico Proud
- A Celebration Of Catalina Channel Champions
- Catalina Channel Swimming Federation website
- Días Azules By Mariel Hawley Dávila
- Giving It With All Their Hearts
- Triple Crowners Showcase Their Fountain Of Youth - Age of Triple Crowners