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Swim for a Mile Challenge 2014 - this week!


by Today FM  31st Mar 2014  08:52
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Swim Ireland's inaugural, all-Ireland Swim for a Mile Challenge 2014 takes place in Cork, Limerick, Galway, Bangor and Dublin this week

The project will challenge members of the public to compete in a national event to swim for a mile. 

A mile of swimming is the equivalent of a marathon in the water and is longer than any Olympic pool based race, making it the ultimate test in the sport.

Our very own Matt Cooper is an Ambassador for the event and will also be participating in the swim.

Event Dates & Locations

  • Monday 31st March - Leisureworld, Bishopstown, Cork           
  • Tuesday 1st April - UL Sport, Limerick                                            
  • Wednesday 2nd April - Kingfisher, NUI Galway                   
  • Thursday 3rd April - Aurora Leisure Centre, Bangor                         
  • Friday 4th April - National Aquatic Centre, Dublin   

Good luck to all participants!

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More info here

www.swimforamile.com

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