As the world's largest open water swim, the Rottnest Channel Swim is a truly iconic Australian event. Support these swimmers in Western Australia as they splash through nearly 20km of ocean for brain cancer.
Starting against the backdrop of stunning Cottesloe beach at dawn, swimmers make the 19.7km crossing to Rottnest Island, another Western Australian icon.
Registrations for the Rottnest Channel Swim are closed
If you would like to know more information for 2019, please contact Mel at Cure Brain Cancer via firstname.lastname@example.org
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Whether participating as a solo, duo or team, swimmers spend endless time preparing themselves for the swim. Countless hours of training, vital nutritional and hydration education, and enormous skipper and paddler support form part of each swimmers' event plan.
Each individual is a truly inspiring athlete, and takes away a huge sense of achievement in making the crossing, putting aside fear and fatigue to make history.
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