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.
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.
She won two gold medals at the World Championships in 2009 and 2011.
She married her husband, David Carry.
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