Saudi Maryam bin Laden: 1st Arab woman to swim from KSA to Egypt
The Saudi swimmer and doctor, “Maryam bin Laden“, was able to swim across the Red Sea and reach the Republic of Egypt.
She topped the list by being the first Arab and Saudi woman to achieve this feat, which was a dream she did not expect to achieve.
The Saudi swimmer, Maryam bin Laden, achieved the record by swimming from Saudi Arabia to Egypt through the Strait of Tiran.
Bin Laden completed the first stage of the heroic Red Sea swimming to raise awareness about coral reef conservation.
In this context, swimmer Maryam bin Laden posted on her Instagram account a variety of photos of her journey across the Red Sea to Egypt.
Despite her fears of sharks and swimming without a protective cage, the challenge strengthened her determination to get out of her comfort zone and achieve this record.
Mariam thanked the world-famous swimmer “Louis Beau” who accompanied her during this trip.
Achievements & Messages
It is reported that Saudi swimmer Maryam Saleh bin Laden has achieved previous achievements by crossing distances
Swimming, she has previously achieved a record in swimming in the Dubai Canal, which is estimated at a distance of 24 kilometers.
She also succeeded in cutting the entire English Channel individually at a time of 11 hours and 41 minutes in 2016, achieving precedence and a record in the Kingdom.
She emphasized that she took this adventure to highlight the extent of the suffering experienced by Syrian children who lost their parents due to the war.
The pioneers of social networking sites shared a video of Maryam while she was going through this experience, which sparked a great interaction among the followers, who praised their admiration for her persistence.