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Lap-a-thon raises money for national swimmers

Teamwork: getting together last Friday were South Gippsland Bass swimmers for a fundraising lap-a-ton.

SOUTH Gippsland Bass swimmers staged a highly successful lap-a-thon at SG Splash pool in Leongatha last Friday evening.
With swimmers including Sophie McKenzie and Trinity O’Keefe achieving their goals to go to the National Age Championships in Adelaide, the lap-a-thon was a fundraiser to help send them and head coach Dylan Muir and a parent along for the trip.
To mix it up a bit some of the laps included with fins, partner swimming and even inflatable pool pony laps!
The evening included dinner and was a great way for fellow swimmers to support the ambitions of some of their teammates.

Short URL: https://thestar.com.au/?p=28044

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