Sal Minty-Gravett MBE

Sal Anne Minty-Gravett, M.B.E. (16 July 1957) from Jersey is a pool and open water swimming coach and open water swimmer who was inducted as an Honour Swimmer in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 2005 and is a member of the Half Century Club for her fifth crossing of the English Channel in 2013 in 17 hours 48 minutes at the age of 56 years and a member of the 24-hour Club for her 36 hour 26 minute two-way crossing of the English Channel in 2016. 

Sal is a great advocate for open water swimming safely.  There is so much she has achieved and done for the swimming community and continues to do.  A perfect fit for helping us share the Be Safer Be Seen message for open water swimmers. 

Listen to Sal's video below on her favourite places to open water swim, experiences, top tips, greatest achievement, her favourite Swim Secure product and why, recommended exercises and the importance of stretching and when. 

You can visit Sal's website or follow her via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.  

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