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*She completed an [[Ironman triathlon]] in Austria in June 2015 in 15 hours 20 minutes.
 
*She completed an [[Ironman triathlon]] in Austria in June 2015 in 15 hours 20 minutes.
*She completed an [[Ironman triathlon]] in Barcelona in September 2017 in 14 hours 47 minutes.  
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*She completed an [[Ironman triathlon]] in Barcelona in September 2016 in 14 hours 46 minutes.  
*On 3 February 2018, she completed an [[Ice Mile]] in 4.5°C water in [[Lough Dan]] in Dublin, Ireland under the supervision of [[Fergal Somerville]] and the [[Eastern Bay Swim Team]] to become the first Irish [[Ice Ironwoman]].
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*On 4 February 2018, she completed an [[Ice Mile]] in 4.5°C water in [[Lough Dan]] in Dublin, Ireland under the supervision of [[Fergal Somerville]] and the [[Eastern Bay Swim Team]] to become the first Irish [[Ice Ironwoman]].
*On 27 January 2017, she completed an [[Ice Kilometer]] at [[Wild Water Armagh]] in Ireland under the auspices of [[IISA Ireland]] in 21 minutes 37 seconds in 4.4°C water and 10°C air temperature.
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*On 26 January 2016, she completed an [[Ice Kilometer]] at [[Wild Water Armagh]] in Ireland under the auspices of [[IISA Ireland]] in 21 minutes 46 seconds in 4.4°C water and 10°C air temperature.
*On 18 February 2018, she completed her second [[Ice Mile]] at [[Wild Water Armagh]] in Ireland in 4.2°C water and 8.5°C air temperature with [[observer]] [[Ian Conroy]] in 34 minutes 52 seconds.
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*On 18 February 2018, she completed her second [[Ice Mile]] at [[Wild Water Armagh]] in Ireland in 4.2°C water and 8.5°C air temperature with [[observer]] [[Ian Conroy]] in 44 minutes 52 seconds.
 
*In 2016, she completed a 10 km [[marathon swim]] in Lough Dan, Ireland
 
*In 2016, she completed a 10 km [[marathon swim]] in Lough Dan, Ireland
 
*In 2015, she finished third in a 6 km [[open water swim]] from Rosse Piont to Strandhill (Warrior of the Sea).
 
*In 2015, she finished third in a 6 km [[open water swim]] from Rosse Piont to Strandhill (Warrior of the Sea).
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* [https://www.facebook.com/groups/EasternBaySwimTeam/ Eastern Bay Swim Team Facebook page]
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/groups/EasternBaySwimTeam/ Eastern Bay Swim Team Facebook page]
 
* [http://www.wowsa.org World Open Water Swimming Association]
 
* [http://www.wowsa.org World Open Water Swimming Association]
* [http://dailynews.openwaterswimming.com/2018/02/corinna-nolan-woman-of-extreme-talents.html Corinna Nolan, A Woman Of Extreme Talents]
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* [http://dailynews.openwaterѕwimming.com/2018/02/corinna-nolan-woman-of-extreme-talents.html Corinna Nolan, A Woman Of Extreme Talents]
* [http://dailynews.openwaterswimming.com/2018/02/corinna-nolan-ice-ironwoman-once-again.html Corinna Nolan, Ice Ironwoman Once Again]
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* [http://dailynews.openwaterѕwimming.com/2018/02/corinna-nolan-ice-ironwoman-once-again.html Corinna Nolan, Ice Ironwoman Once Again]
* [http://dailynews.openwaterswimming.com/2018/08/elina-makinen-becomes-newest-ice.html Elina Mäkinen Becomes Newest Ice Ironwoman]
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* [http://dailynews.openwaterѕwimming.com/2018/08/elina-makinen-becomes-newest-ice.html Elina Mäkinen Becomes Newest Ice Ironwoman]
  
 
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Revision as of 23:58, 15 April 2019

Corinna Nolan is an Irish Ice Miler and Ice Ironwoman

Corinna Nolan is an Irish endurance athlete, triathlete and open water swimmer from Bray, Ireland.

Endurance Sports Career Highlights

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