St Kilda Mile Ocean Swim

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The second St Kilda Mile Ocean Swim will be staged at Melbourne’s iconic St Kilda beach on Saturday 5 December 2015.

The event includes a variety of distances suitable for everyone, from kids and beginners to aspiring iron men or anyone wanting to push the boundaries.

As well as the 1 mile (1.6 kilometre) swim, there’s a 3.8 kilometre race, a half mile,  300 metre kids event, and a charity relay in which teams of three can take on Olympians, celebrities, and leading Australian athletes including event ambassador Michael Klim.

The kids event is free and friends and family are encouraged to swim the course alongside the children.

All groups including corporate, swimming clubs and training squads are encouraged to enter – proceeds from your entries will go to the winning team’s charity of choice.

For more information and entry details go to the St Kilda Mile Ocean Swim web page.

 

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