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Sun City Swim

Sun City
Saturday 21 October 2017

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Cradle Moon Swim Challenge 1

Cradle Moon Lakeside Lodge (formerly Heia Safari Ranch)
Sunday 5 November 2017

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Cradle Moon Swim Challenge 2

Cradle Moon Lakeside Lodge (formerly Heia Safari Ranch)
Sunday 26 November 2017

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Lake Heritage Water Festival

Cradle Moon Lakeside Lodge (formerly Heia Safari Ranch)
Saturday 20 January 2018

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LATEST NEWS

September 17, 2017
Unfogging your goggles

swim-goggles-1490082_1280 When it comes to open-water, it’s really important to be able to see where you’re going. Without this ability, your aQuellé Midmar Mile can easily become your aQuellé Midmar Mile and a Half. Due to the fact that the air inside your goggles is warmer than the water outside your goggles, condensation forms, and having the lenses mist up is a common problem. This can make it tough to see where the next buoy is and where the swimmers around you are. Never fear – help is at hand. Various companies have brought out anti-fog sprays, which can be a... ...


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March 26, 2017
Swimchix meets Pevensey Place swimmers

Pevensey At the Pevensey Place inter-house gala, the Swimchix met the amazing residents that took part in this years aQuellé Midmar Mile. They were proudly wearing their Mile t-shirts and their individually engraved medals. Well done to the following swimmers: Bokke Rossouw, Hilda Gammage, Janine Brindle, Samantha Smith, Anton Egner, Moira Gray, Stuart Seymour and Udette Pretorius. ...


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February 13, 2017
Race action on 11 and 12 February 2017

P1100429 The 44th aQuellé Midmar Mile, held on 11 and 12 February 2017, has been hailed by many as the best yet. This was due in no small part to the fierce duel carried out in the men’s 14-30 category between defending champion Chad Ho, Olympic champion Ferry Weertman, the USA’s renowned Chip Peterson and the ultimate victor, South Africa’s own Matthew Meyer. This nail-biting race saw Chip Peterson in the lead at the 1 200 metre mark, before being edged out by the local favourite in the home stretch. Seven-time champion Chad Ho was second out of the water, with... ...


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