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Swim the Bridge 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 6 April, 2019 (All day)

Swim the Bridge – 6 April 2019

2KM – 1KM

Legend of the Lake 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 16 March, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, 17 March, 2019 (All day)

Generation Homes Legend of the Lake – Saturday 16 - Sunday 17 March 2019

5KM – 2.5KM – 1KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M. AMPHIBIAN: 1.5KM SWIM + 3KM RUN + 500M SWIM.

The Big Tahuna 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 2 March, 2019 (All day)

Interislander The Big Tahuna – 2 March 2019

3KM – 1KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M

Sand to Surf 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 9 February, 2019 (All day)

Generation Homes Sand to Surf – 9 February 2019

2.6KM – 1.25KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M. AMPHIBIAN: 500M SWIM + 4.5KM RUN.

Capital Classic 2019

Date: 
Sunday, 27 January, 2019 (All day)

Interislander Capital Classic – 27 January 2019

3.3KM – 1KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M.

The Gem

Date: 
Saturday, 15 December, 2018 (All day)

The Gem – 15 December 2018

3.5KM – 1KM – 500M – 300M – 200M – 100M

Bay of Islands Classic 2018

Date: 
Saturday, 1 December, 2018 (All day)

Duke of Marlborough Hotel Bay of Islands Classic – 1 December 2018

3.3KM – 750M – 300M – 200M – 100M

39# GMHBA Lorne Pier to Pub swim

Date: 
Saturday, 12 January, 2019 - 12:30

The GMHBA Lorne Pier to Pub is in its 39th year in 2019 and is the largest ocean water swim in the world. The swim is a 1.2km course starting at the Lorne Pier and finishing on the foreshore in front of the Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club house. It is organised and run by the volunteers of Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club.

GMHBA Lorne Pier to Pub – 12.30pm Saturday January 12 2019

Entries for the 2019 events will open early November.

Rottnest Channel Swim 2019

Date: 
Saturday, 23 February, 2019 (All day)

Highly regarded worldwide and one of Western Australia’s iconic events, the Rottnest Channel Swim is a 19.7km open water swim from Cottesloe Beach to Rottnest Island.

Zoggs fogbuster: Swimmer suffers significant eye damage from recalled anti-fog gel for goggles

A Queensland swimmer has suffered "horrible pain" and damage to his eyes after applying a recalled anti-fog gel to the inside of his goggles.

Darren Lydeamore, who spent three days in hospital, had no idea that Zoggs Australia had recalled the faulty product, and his treating doctor said given the seriousness of his injuries, the recall should have been more strongly worded and better publicised.

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