Keri-Anne Payne, also known by her married name Keri-Anne Carry, is a South African-born British swimmer, specialising in marathon open water swimming, and long-distance freestyle swimming in the pool. She is a two-time 10-kilometre open water world champion, and an Olympic silver medallist.
About Keri-Anne Payne
South African marathon swimmer and Olympian most known for winning the silver at the 2008 games in Beijing.
Keri-Anne Payne Before Fame
She started swimming when she was only 4 years old and quickly rose to the attention of prominent swim coach, Bill Sweetenham, a few years later.
Achievement of Keri-Anne Payne
She won two gold medals at the World Championships in 2009 and 2011.
Keri-Anne Payne Family Life
She married her husband, David Carry.
Associations of Keri-Anne Payne
She and fellow Olympian, Rebecca Adlington, dominated at the games in 2008.
Information related to Keri-Anne Payne
- World Aquatics Championships medalists in open water swimming
- Female long-distance swimmers
- Swimmers at the 2010 Commonwealth Games
- English female swimmers
- Female medley swimmers
- Olympic swimmers of Great Britain
- Sportspeople from Johannesburg
- Olympic silver medalists in swimming
- Commonwealth Games bronze medallists for England
- Olympic silver medallists for Great Britain
- Commonwealth Games medallists in swimming