We are proud to announce the recognition of Ms. Chelsea Lee Ning for her exceptional swimming accomplishments. In a presentation ceremony held at the Grandstand, KOSA, Putrajaya, on Saturday, 21st October 2023, Chelsea was honored with two remarkable records that demonstrate her dedication and prowess in the sport of swimming.
From left Berry Lee (Chelsea’s father)
Chelsea, a 19-year-old athlete, has achieved the title of “The First and Youngest Asian woman to complete a 33-kilometer ultra-marathon swim in France’s longest non-stop open water marathon – Le Flow Des Gabarriers 2023 in France.” This record, under the category of “Sports,” is a testament to her incredible endurance and determination.
In addition to her groundbreaking achievement, Chelsea also secured the record for “The Fastest Female to swim in France’s longest non-stop open water marathon – Le Flow Des Gabarriers 2023 in France,” completing the marathon in an impressive 7 hours and 24 minutes.
The Youth Achievement Records presentation, conducted by Gillian Ooi, recognized Chelsea’s outstanding accomplishments that have left an indelible mark on the world of swimming. These records highlight her dedication, courage, and commitment to pushing the boundaries of her sport.
Youth Achievement Records is supported and endorsed by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia. Youth Achievement Records is committed to acknowledging and celebrating the remarkable achievements of young individuals across various domains. Chelsea’s exceptional accomplishments are an inspiration to the next generation of achievers, and YAR is proud to recognize her contributions to the world of sports.