Misery Challenge Is Pure Fun

Courtesy of Bob Nilsson, Huntington Beach, California.

The Misery Challenge is a new 3-mile open water swim in Tuck’s Point Park in Manchester by-the-sea, Massachusetts.

The charity swim is part of a multi-sport event around Misery Island and back held on August 1st with proceeds going to Humans for Oceans.

Race director Josh Crosby explains the different courses, “The swim course is a 3-mile out-and-back course from Tuck’s Point to Misery Island cove and back. For those who choose to SUP, kayak or row, there is a 4-mile course will be from Tuck’s point, around Big Misery Island (between Little and Big Misery) and back to Tuck’s Point. Courses will be marked with safety marshals on motorboats, kayaks and SUPs along the way.”

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