Quintet Of Australian Triple Crowners Led By The Sea Bull

Quintet Of Australian Triple Crowners Led By The Sea Bull

Courtesy of Christopher Guesdon, Tasmania, Australia.

The Australian Triple Crown is a three-part solo marathon swim series that includes three solo, non-assisted completions of the 25 km Port to Pub Ultra Marathon from Fremantle to Rottnest Island in Western Australia, the 34 km The Big Swim – Derwent River Marathon in Tasmania, and the 27 km Palm Beach to Shelley Beach Marathon Swim in New South Wales.

Since Christopher Guesdon and Sue Guesdon re-launched the Triple Crown on February 4th 2020, already five swimmers have been crowned:

Lynton Mortensen

Brenda Norman

Emma Radford

Richard Jones

Anna Strachan

By swim, the Triple Crowners are as follows:

Port To Pub

  • March 2017 – Lynton Mortensen 9 hours 46 minutes
  • March 2021 – Brenda Norman 8 hours 21 minutes
  • March 2021 – Emma Radford  9 hours 5 minutes
  • March 2021 – Richard Jones 10 hours 27 minutes
  • March 2019 – Anna Strachan 8 hours 10 minutes

Palm to Shelley

  • April 2019 – Lynton Mortensen 8 hours 23 minutes
  • February 2021 – Brenda Norman 11 hours 17 minutes
  • January 2021 – Emma Radford 6 hours 28 minutes
  • February 2021 – Richard Jones 11 hours 17 minutes
  • February 2021 – Anna Strachan 9 hours 27 minutes

Derwent River Big Swim

  • March 2020 – Lynton Mortensen 11 hours 10 minutes
  • January 2021 – Brenda Norman 7 hours 4 minutes
  • January 2020 – Emma Radford 7 hours 46 minutes
  • January 2021 – Richard Jones 10 hours 8 minutes
  • January 2021 – Anna Strachan 7 hours 31 minutes

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