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Cradle Moon Swim Challenge 2

Cradle Moon Lakeside Lodge (formerly Heia Safari Ranch)
Sunday 27 November 2016

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Sunday Tribune Capital K

Midmar Dam - KZN
Sunday 4 December 2016

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Ebotse Mile Swim

East Rand Speedboat Club
Sunday 15 January 2017

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Lake Heritage Water Festival

Cradle Moon Lakeside Lodge (formerly Heia Safari Ranch)
Sunday 22 January 2017

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LATEST NEWS

January 15, 2017
Chad Ho talks Midmar and more

ChadHo In the leadup to the 2017 aQuellé Midmar Mile, we caught up with Chad Ho and talked about the 2016 Olympics, the 2017 Mile, and his plans for the future. “For me, the aQuellé Midmar Mile is a family day first and foremost,” said Chad. “It’s the one race of mine where my whole family is there. It’s about having a good time and we make a full day of it with breakfast and lunch braais. The whole event has good vibes and a great atmosphere.” Having always managed to perform really well at Midmar, Chad commented that the success... ...


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December 21, 2016
From the pool to open water

p1090082 Most of us have experienced swimming in the pool since we were small children, from splashing around to keep cool to participating in school galas. Open water swimming is a sport that we often take up later in life, and it comes with a unique set of challenges. Here’s what to expect and how to make the most of it! For people who are accustomed to training in pools and following lanes with convenient black lines underneath, an adjustment in mindset will be required. End your reliance on those black lines at the bottom of the pool during your training... ...


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November 27, 2016
Race Report: Cradle Moon Swim Challenge 2

p1090078 Cradle Moon Swim Challenge 2 took place on Sunday 27 November, and by mid-morning, cloudy skies had given way to glorious sunshine and a great day for a swim. A 5km swim was added into the mix this time, run concurrently with the 3km swim. These events, the first of the morning’s swimming action, splashed off at 8am. The first man out of the water was 14-year-old Ruan Breytenbach, completing his 3km swim in an impressive time of 35.40. Hot on his heels was Henre Louw, also 14, in 35:50, and the podium was rounded off by 18-year-old Josh Dannhauser... ...


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