Kim Chambers is a record-setting marathon open water swimmer from New Zealand living in the San Francisco Bay area. A former ballerina, and rower at UC Berkeley, Kim discovered swimming just seven years ago to rehabilitate a life-threatening leg injury. Her inspiring story is featured in the upcoming documentary KIM SWIMS, premiering Fall 2017.
Read Kim Chambers' full profile here.
She works at Adobe and is a member of the Dolphin Club of San Francisco, South End Rowing Club, North Bay Aquatics and Night Train Swimmers. Night Train Swimmers is a group of open-water swimmers dedicated to raising money for charity through ultra-distance swimming events around the world. Charities include Semper Fi Fund and Navy SEAL Foundation.
Learn more about the groups Kim works with here.