The biggest. The wettest. The wildest. The toughest.
All words that Australian swimmers can live by. 249 of them did at the 2016 First National Lake Argyle Swim in Western Australia.
After registrations closed in a 2-hour sell out, a pair of 40-somethings bested the field in the 10 km and 20 km solo events.
Rob McLachlan, a 45-year-old Northern Territory swimmer, won the 10 km race in 2 hours 50 minutes while 44-year-old Adrian Tonkin, another Northern Territory swimmer, won the 20 km race in 5 hours 45 minutes.
the full results are posted here.
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