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Roz Hardiman is a disabled British open water swimmer and channel swimmer and, professionally, as a museum curator. She caught polio at the age of 6.
Open Water Swimming Highlights
- She crossed the length of Windermere, successfully swimming in both directions.
- She received the Frank Richards Endurance Award for her unsuccessful CS&PF endurance English Channel crossing attempt in 2008 where she attempted to swim from England to France, but after 25 hours 14 minutes in the water she was taken from the water exhausted 700 meters from France.
- On 26-27 September 2009, she completed a 33.5 km crossing of the English Channel from England to France in 20 hours 17 minutes with Lance Oram as her escort pilot under the auspices of the Channel Swimming & Piloting Federation.
- She participated in 2 Paralympic Games and broke 8 Paralympic world records in the S7 and SB6 categories.
- She competed in the IPC Swimming World Championships in Malta in 1994, the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games in Australia, the IPC Swimming World Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1998, and the Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games in the USA.
- She crossed Loch Ness in Scotland from south to north in 20 hours 10 minutes in 2019 as the oldest British women to swim it at the age of 67, as the first disabled swimmer.
Roz Hardiman on WOWSA Live
Roz Hardiman on the 8 May 2020 edition of WOWSA Live with International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame chairman Ned Denison.
- Going For A Little Dip, Kevin Murphy
- Kevin Murphy Talks About His Two Careers On WOWSA Live
- Roz Hardiman Talks About Enabling Success On WOWSA Live
- Wheelchair-bound woman swims length of Loch Ness
- Roz Hardiman at the Paralympic Games
- Celebrating The Channel Challengers And Champions
- Roger Finch's Joy Of Life Unleashed On Land And In Water
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Alive To Swim Another Day In The Channel
- English Channel - Words Of Wisdom
- English Channel Awards and Heroes
- Heroic Channel Effort