|Birthname||Susan Jean Maroney|
|born on||15 November 1974 at 16:10 (= 4:10 PM )|
|Place||Sydney, Australia, 33s52, 151e13|
|Timezone||AEDT h11e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||22°27' 06°51 Asc. 10°39'|
Australian marathon swimmer born with cerebral palsy. In 1990 she broke the speed record for swimming the English Channel. She is a three time winner of the Manhattan Island swim race (1991, 1992 and 1994). She was the fastest female to swim the two way English Channel Crossing (England/France/England) in 1991 at age 17 in time of 17 h 14 min. At age 22, she was the first person to swim the 180 km (110 mi) Florida Straits from Cuba to the United States (12 May 1997). Her twin brother Sean, also a triathlete, died in 2002 after falling from a balcony in Honolulu. She retired from swimming on 23 February 2003.
- Work : Great Achievement 12 May 1997 (First person to swim the Florida Straits from Cuba to the United States)
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Sy Scholfield quotes her mother Pauline Maroney's book, "Susie: A Mother's Story" (Alexandria, NSW: Hay House, 2005), p. 1, in which she states that her twins were born at "about 4.10 pm." Date and place confirmed in newspaper birth notice: "MARONEY (Odgers). November 15th 1974, at St George Hospital [Sydney] . . . Susan and Sean." ("Daily Telegraph" [Sydney], 19 Nov. 1974, p. 34).
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Other Major diseases (Cerebral palsy)
- Personal : Birth : Twin, triplet, etc. (Fraternal twin)
- Vocation : Sports : Swimming (Marathon swimmer)