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MS 24-Hour Mega Swim Leeton

Published 19th December, 2018 in Sporting Events
  • Location

    23 Chelmsford Place, Leeton, NSW, 2705, Australia

  • Date

    No upcoming dates

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The MS 24-Hour Mega Swim is a fun team relay event where teams have a swimmer in the water for the entire 24 hours and compete for laps swum and money raised, in support for people living with multiple sclerosis. It is one of Australia’s most popular and fastest-growing fundraising events, bringing communities together. People of all ages and abilities can take part in the MS 24-Hour Mega Swim with each team creating a roster to suit each swimmer. Some swim for 10 minutes, others for four hours! The MS 24-Hour Mega Swim is a competition with points awarded to each team; one point for every AUD10 raised (banked funds) and one point for every 500 metre swum. The MS 24-Hour Mega Swim began in 2001 at the Fitzroy Pool in Victoria and was devised by Carol Cooke AM who had a vision of bringing people together to raise funds for those living with multiple sclerosis. Funds raised from 24-Hour Mega Swim contribute to MS Go for Gold Scholarships, Financial Assistance Programs and providing services to directly benefit those living with multiple sclerosis.

Published 19th December, 2018 in Sporting Events

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