Sea swim, January 11
That was one big hairy swim. The long course was 1500m but seemed much longer with some choppy seas to bash into.
Luke Kelly (featured image) emerged a second ahead of Hayden Squance, followed by a group containing Matai McGuinniety, Bendi Kepess and Sierra Thomas, the first woman.
Aliesha and Mathew Peacock continued to dominate the short swim.
Someone left a heavy duty watch in the men’s change rooms. If it’s yours, drop us an email at email@example.com and we’ll reunite you with it.
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If you like swimming in the sea in a more relaxed fashion, join other swimmers most days – see what others are doing at adventureswims.co.nz
Don’t forget the next big swim:
8.30am, Sunday January 14, Clements Endurance Swims, 3.8km Ironman Challenge.
As part of our support for the Interislander Big Tahuna, we are helping out with signs advertising the event. If you live on any busy street or road in the region and have a nice front fence or lawn, would you like to volunteer a space for a few weeks leading up to the March 31 event? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
There are four different distances on offer at the Big Tahuna. To enter and obtain a 20% discount, go to oceanswim.co.nz and use the discount code NLESONSWIMSERIES18