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Hello and Welcome from Becki swims Coniston Water for H4H
Having COMPLETELY lost my marbles, I have signed up to swim the length of Consiton Water as part of the Chill Swim on Sat 14 Sept 2013.
That's 5.25 miles or 8.5km, which is not far off what they swam for the Olympic marathons (10km).
To build up to this distance I will be in training all summer (assuming that we get one). I will be taking part in the Great Manchester Swim (1 mile around Salford Quays), Great North Swim (2 miles around Windermere) and then culminating with the 5+ miles along Coniston.
So I will be suiting up in my skin tight stretchy neoprene and diving into those pretty chilly waters - and they will be chilly, VERY CHILLY.
So that's got to be worth a few quid of anyone's money. Cough up enough dosh and I promise that I will upload some photos of me training along the way.
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