Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Corinna Nolan, the first Irish Ice Ironwoman, completed her second Ice Mile at Wild Water Armagh under the auspices of International Ice Swimming Association Ireland in 34 minutes 52 seconds in 4.2°C water and 8.5°C air temperature on February 18th.

Nolan completed an Ironman triathlon in Austria in June 2015 and an Ironman triathlon in Barcelona in September 2017.

She completed her first Ice Mile earlier this month in Lough Dan in Dublin, Ireland and her second Ice Mile in 4.2°C water and 8.5°C air temperature with the help of observer Ian Conroy who built the Conroy Pond in Northern Ireland.

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