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Crummock, Buttermere, Wastwater - The last three pristine lakes in England #spreadthewordnottheweed
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En route to my first Ironman

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En route to my first Ironman
EN ROUTE TO MY FIRST IRONMAN Willy  Duhen Swimmer at heart.         I consider myself as a swimmer at heart, but I currently do more dry-land exercises to prepare for my next challenge: my first Ironman. The London marathon was supposed to be my challenge of the year, but...
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Why?

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Why?
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Testing the water

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Testing the water
Testing the water Sara BarnesFreelance writer who loves swimming in wild and not so wild water.          It’s been a funny winter up here in the Lake District: lots of rain, too much wind and not enough sun. All of that has combined to keep the water temperatures in t...
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Everything begins with an idea. The Birth - Charity Challenge

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Everything begins with an idea. The  Birth - Charity Challenge
everything begins with an idea....the birth  Lauren Turner Cornwall based swimmer, surfer, ocean lover,, spouse and mum.         So I am almost a month from the day that I announced my Swim4ShelterBox plan or the birth. That is not to say that it was a quickly though...
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Kirstie Beechey's English Channel Solo Swim - Selkie Charity Challenge

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Kirstie Beechey's English Channel Solo Swim - Selkie Charity Challenge
I caught the swimming bug 4 years ago now. The few years leading up to this had been tough, for various reasons, and my health and fitness had taken a back step. With life finally calming down, I decided I needed to take back the reigns, and over a glass of vino or 3 with the family, I blu...
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