isle of wight swim

  1. Zoggs - 10 Reasons to take up Open Water Swimming
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    Zoggs - 10 Reasons to take up Open Water Swimming

    Check out the newest top 10 reasons to take up OPEN WATER SWIMMING - Courtesy of Adam Walker

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  2. Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim in 25 hrs 56 mins
    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim in 25 hrs 56 mins

    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim in 25 hrs 56 mins

    After months of training and planning, Scott Dawson has completed his non-stop 65 mile swim around the Isle of Wight for charity. Here's what Scott had to say after the event...

    How do you describe the best week of your life?iowswim1

    I now understand why Olympic Athletes are so emotional when they step onto the podium, to receive their Gold medal. I will never be able to know what that feels like to stand on an Olympic Podium, but what I achieved last week was my equivalent

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  3. Zoggs Swim Diaries: Training to Swim Non-Stop Around the Isle of Wight
    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Training to Swim Non-Stop Around the Isle of Wight

    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Training to Swim Non-Stop Around the Isle of Wight

    Scott Dawson shares his story on the lead up to his non-stop swim around the Isle of Wight, taking on an 11 mile open water training swim from Ryde to Cowes and back.

    This is why we train!

    During my working week, I had to go to Cowes on the Isle of Wight for a meeting. As I crossed the Solent on the Red Funnel ferry, the shear enormity of what I have taken on seemed to literally wash over me. At one point, I could see Ryde from one window, and the Hurst Narrows (if I squinted) out of the other.

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  4. Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim
    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim

    Zoggs Swim Diaries: Isle of Wight Swim

    Scott Dawson shares his story on the lead up to his non-stop swim around the Isle of Wight

     

    12694663_1145821302102781_6245047487464239217_o The Needles, Isle of Wight

     

    In August 2016, I will be attempting to swim around the Isle of Wight non-stop and un-aided, a distance of approximately 60 miles to raise money for charity. Before that can happen, I need

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