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River Murray Swim ~ Take Your Dream @ Murray River
Dec 1 2016 @ 8:00 am – Mar 31 2017 @ 5:00 pm

There’s no denying it: by doing what you love you inspire and awaken the hearts of
others. Inspiring Australia’s youth is at the core of Team Help!’s goal. How do they achieve
that? As father and sons, they’re setting out to break a current world record and swim
Australia’s longest river, the River Murray – a total distance of 2508 Kilometers.
The Murray rises in the Australian Alps, draining the western side of Australia's highest
mountains, and then meanders across Australia's inland plains, forming the border between the states of New South Wales and Victoria as it flows to the northwest into South Australia. It turns south at Morgan for its final 315 kilometers (196 mi), reaching the ocean at Lake Alexandrina.
The water of the Murray flows through several terminal lakes that fluctuate in salinity (and were
often fresh until recent decades) including Lake Alexandrina and The Coorong before emptying
through the Murray Mouth into the southeastern portion of the Indian Ocean.
Eric Helmick and his sons Hunter Helmick and Tuck Helmick are the founders of Team Help!.
Tuck will be assisting with river logistics while Eric and Hunter solo-team the river swim. “An
endurance swim is not really my life’s dream,” says Eric. “But doing something epic that
inspires others to live big, is!”

Training has already begun for Eric and Hunter who work out twice daily including swimming the bay in Byron Bay, Australia where they currently reside. “There have been a number of shark attacks in the area over the past few years, and after a huge storm surge this week, the water is murky and rough,” says Hunter. “The swim isn’t far, just about 1.5 kilometers, but it’s cool water and a good early morning workout.”
Two people have swum the River Murray prior to the Helmicks. In 1993, Graham Middleton of
Corryong, Australia swam 2336 of the 2508 kilometers over 138 consecutive days. In 2001,
Tammy Van Wisse, a champion marathon swimmer, swam the length of the river in 106
consecutive days. The Helmicks are planning to complete the journey in 90 consecutive days,
swimming an average of 17 miles per day.

Slovakian Winterswimming ’12/’13: Nemečky, Slovakia @ Nemečky, Slovakia
Dec 10 all-day
Winterschwimmer-Festival in Båstad, Sweden @ Båstad, Sweden
Dec 10 all-day
Cimento – Genova Quarto | Bagni 5 Maggio, Italy @ Bagni 5 Maggio, Italy
Dec 11 all-day
Rei e Rainha do Mar – King and Queen of the Sea @ Copacabana Beach
Dec 12 @ 8:00 am – Dec 14 @ 5:00 pm

The King and Queen of the Sea (Rei e Rainha do Mar in Portuguese) is a three-stage professional and amateur open water swim series held in Copacabana Beach, Arpoador Beach and Leme in Brazil. The third stage on Copacabana Beach is broadcast live in Brazil on TV Globo.
The event is one of the World's Top 100 Open Water Swims and is produced by Pedro Rego Monteiro of Effect Sport and is a charity swim on behalf of the Pro Crianca Cardiaca Foundation that runs the Hospital Pro Criansa Jutta Batista in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Swim the Costa Brava race @ L´escala, Gerona (Costa Brava). SPAIN
Dec 13 – Dec 14 all-day

Swim The Costa Brava aims at becoming the meeting point for all the open water swimmers at national as well as international level.

We understand that certain trends have changed and so have the concerns of thousands of followers and sportsmen enthusiasts of open water swimming. The first stage (Swim the Costa Brava) within the European Open Water Swimming Championship is born precisely out of the desire to address these changes and to honour this sports disicpline.


Race: Swim the Costa brava
Location: Cala Montgó, l’Escala (Spain)
Dates: 21st and 22nd of September 2013
Distances: 1.5 km / 3.5 km / 6.o km
Limited number of participants: 300
This event qualifies for the PROSwim Challenge.

You can either fly to Barcelona International Airport, called Barcelona El Prat airport or to the Girona/Costa Brava airport. May we remind you that transfers are provided from/to Barcelona and Girona Airports for those participants booking our ACCOMMODATION + TRANSFER package. 

Swim Lake Hood @ Lake Hood
Dec 14 @ 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Lake Hood Open Water will once again be taking place on the shores of Lake Hood, Ashburton in 2013. Don't miss out on this exciting open water event that caters for all ability levels.Delivering events that cater for first timers, recreational and competitive swimmers, tri-athletes and New Zealands finest.

The Trust Ashburton 200m gives junior swimmers a have-a-go event. Trialthletes and more experienced recreational and competitive swimmers have a range of events to take part in from 800m through to the Jennian Homes 10km.

For those looking forward to the State New Zealand Open Water Championships or Ironman trialthlons the 5 and 10km events provide perfect preparation.

Come on, register now and be part of it

Wspólna Kąpiel w Morzu, Mielnie, Poland @ Mielno, Poland
Dec 16 all-day
Cimento – Cogoleto (Genova) | Spiaggia antistante Club Velico, Italy @ Circolo Velico Lucano, Viale del Lido, 5, 75025 Policoro, Province of Matera, Italy
Dec 18 all-day
Cimento – Nizza (Francia) | Plage du Ruhl, Italy @ Plage du Ruhl, Italy
Dec 18 all-day