Tag: First National Lake Argyle Swim

A Pattern Of Swimmers On Lake Argyle

Photos courtesy of Rocky Sutherland. Race information courtesy of Glenn Taylor - Event Manager, First National Lake Argyle Swim. Registration for the 2016 First National Lake Argyle Swim will open promptly at 09:00 hours (Western Australian Time) on Sunday November 1st 2015. Entries will be accepted for the 10 km and 20 km races held on May 7th in

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Red FM Has Spirit For Open Water

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Tune into RED FM and Spirit radio to hear Claudia and her team announced and bring race updates, promotions, and coverage of the 2014 First National Kimberley Lake Argyle Swim, a 10 km and 20 km solo, duo and quad relay competition in Western Australia on May 3rd. Event manager Glenn Taylor describes the

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Practice Needs To Be Specific

Event director Glenn Taylor and the organisers of the First National Kimberly Lake Argyle Swim provided some great training advice to the competitors in the upcoming 10 km and 20 km race in Lake Argyle in Western Australia. "What we practice becomes permanent. So if you are in the pool every day, swim 2.5 km at a steady pace, you will become very good at

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Cruising In Style In The Open Water

Event director Glenn Taylor and the organisers of the First National Kimberly Lake Argyle Swim pay attention to friends, family, media and spectators as well as the competitors in the 10 km and 20 km race in Lake Argyle in Western Australia. The race offers 3 separate opportunities to watch the 10 km and 20 km races: At 7 am, there is an Early Bird

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Swim Low, Prepare High In Lake Argyle

Event manager Glenn Taylor provides one of the most unique forms of preparation in the open water swimming world for the First National Kimberly Lake Argyle Swim in Western Australia: helicopter rides. “Slingair Heliwork WA will be at Lake Argyle on May 3rd offering spectacular 10-minute scenic flights for the Swim, the impressive lake and its surrounds,”

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SWEK Funds 2014 Marker Buoy Project

The Shire of Wyndham – East Kimberley (SWEK) has been a long-time supporter of the First National Kimberly Lake Argyle Swim in Australia. In 2014, SWEK funded the ‘2014 Marker Buoy Project’. This project will ensure the open water swimming courses are extremely well-marked. Event manager Glenn Taylor explains, “Even a ‘Seeing Eye Dog’ will be able to

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