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Australian ultra-marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel gives the thumbs up sign as she recovers at the end of her marathon swim.

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Record-breaking swimmer leaves hospital for a second time

AUSTRALIAN ultra-marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel was yesterday discharged from hospital in Nassau for a second time after reportedly being re-admitted at the weekend due to “weeping” wounds resulting from her world record swim from the southern tip of Eleuthera to New Providence last week.

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Swimmer leaves hospital after record-breaking feat in Bahamas

CHLOE McCardel, the Australian ultra-marathon swimmer who recently swam nearly 80 miles from the southern tip of Eleuthera to New Providence, has been released from the Princess Margaret Hospital and is recuperating in a hotel, The Big T can confirm.

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Stung, tired and in hospital - but swimmer sets world record

ULTRA-marathon Australian swimmer Chloe McCardel carved her name into the history books early yesterday by swimming almost 80 miles unassisted from the southern tip of Eleuthera to New Providence – but spent the day in hospital as a result of severe jellyfish stings.

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Australian finishes marathon swim in Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Dehydrated and exhausted, Australian swimmer Chloe McCardel successfully completed a 78-mile (126-kilometer) swim Wednesday between two islands in the Bahamas.


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