World 10-mile Swimming Championships

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Kristin Jones winning the 2013 World Open Water Swimming Association World 10-mile Swimming Championships in Lake Memphremagog, Vermont. Photo courtesy of Phil White of the Northeast Kingdom Open Water Swimming Association
Eric Nilsson stroking to victory at the 2013 WOWSA World 10-mile Swimming Championships in Lake Memphremagog, Vermont. Photo courtesy of Phil White of the Northeast Kingdom Open Water Swimming Association
Feodor Orlov after finishing the WOWSA World 10-mile Swimming Championships in Lake Memphremagog in Vermont. Photo courtesy of Phil White of the Northeast Kingdom Open Water Swimming Association
Rob Madell, a 4-time Kingdom Swim finisher, at the World 10-mile Swimming Championships in Lake Memphremagog, Vermont. Photo by Roberta Moudry
The WOWSA World 10-mile Swimming Championships is also known as the Kingdom Swim, a multi-race open water swimming competition held annually on Lake Memphremagog in the state of Vermont. 2013 is the first year of the World Open Water Swimming Association-sanctioned World 10-mile Swimming Championships. It is organized by Phil White of the Northeast Kingdom Open Water Swimming Association and part of the Kingdom Games.

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Distances

1 mile, 3 miles, 6 miles, 10 miles

Type

Lake

Location

City Lake Memphremagog

State/County/Province Vermont

Country USA

Region Americas

Contact

Name Phil White

Email swim@orleansrecreation.org

Event Information

Month: July

Event Date: 6 July 2013

Website: Kingdom Swim website

Class: Amateur

Wetsuit: Yes

Charity: No

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