Infinity Crew Member Milo McCourt


Infinity Crew Member Milo McCourt

 

Infinity Crew Member Milo McCourt has been an accomplished Open-water swimmer from the early 80’s.

A good crew member needs a wide range of experience.  Milo has grown up in, on and around the water.  He has an array of achievements to his armour including several Ironman titles and a relay English Channel Swim.

Milo can be found on the pool side in the winter teaching and coaching swimmers as a volunteer.

Milo’s motto’s are

Teach them, train them, Challenge them, race them and party with them.

If it’s not fun we’re not playing.

Qualifications

Swimming Coach

RNLI Open-water Lifeguard

First Aid including defb use

 

 

Channel Swimming

Mc Court participated in the Pokos Stag relay across the English Channel on 14 July 2009 under the guidance of escort boat pilot Reg Brickell, Jr. with his daughter Aoiffe McCourt-LynchMicky Lynch  Sean MallonMartin Mallon and Pádraig Mallon.

Milo can be found training solo and relay teams trueout the year and with his ferm be honest approach helps each person to have a successful attempt at there chosen channel or challenge.

Camlough Lake

Milo also completed the 19.5 km Port Oriel Swim in the Irish Sea he considered the ‘Godfather’ of open water swimming in local circles.

International Extreme Race of Winter Swimming

McCourt participated in the 2015 International Extreme Race of Winter Swimming, a technically difficult 500m swim across the Yellow River in northwest China’s Qinghai Province at an altitude of 2,200 meters in Tibetan Plateau, the world’s highest altitude swimming race.

Triathlon Career

Mc Court was awarded a bronze medal at the 2014 National Sprint Triathlon Series. He also was awarded the best all rounder as he competed at Sprint, Olympic, Ironman 70.3 and Ironman triathlons during the 2014 season.

 

Infinity Crew Member Milo McCourt is key part to your success.