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Win a training session with Duncan Goodhew thanks to Swimathon

Jan 28 2011

Swimathon is offering a “money can’t buy” prize to the swimming club that recruits the highest number of members to take part in the event in 2011.

Last year, Haringey Borough Swimming Club won this competition recruiting 24 members from the club to take part.  The club won a training session with Duncan Goodhew in which 150 members came along to train with the Olympic Gold medalist.

This year’s competition is now open, so swimmers can enter today... just ensure you select your swimming club from the drop down list during registration.

Discounted entry for next few days only!

Entry to Swimathon opened on January 4th and has already seen thousands of swimmers sign up. If you register before 31 January you will receive 50% off your entry fee.*

Swimathon 2011 is taking place on 8-10 April 2011 and your efforts will help Marie Curie Nurses provide free care at home to people with cancer and other terminal illnesses.

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