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Six Girls No Buoys (also called the [[6GirlsNoBuoys Yr8 Channel Challenge Team]]) is the name of a [[relay]] of six 13-year-old girls who crossed the [[English Channel]] in 2013 in 13 hours 6 minutes under the direction of [[escort pilot]] [[Eddie Spelling]] and coach [[Rob Ouldcott]].
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Six Girls No Buoys (also called the [[6GirlsNoBuoys Yr8 Channel Challenge Team]]) is the name of a [[relay]] of six 13-year-old girls who crossed the [[English Channel]] on 1 September 2013 in 13 hours 6 minutes under the direction of [[escort pilot]] [[Eddie Spelling]] and coach [[Rob Ouldcott]].  It was a [[charity swim]] to raise money for new Science labs and IT facilities for the Camden School for Girls.
  
 
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* [http://www.justgiving.com/6GirlsNoBuoysTeam Just Giving]
 
* [http://www.justgiving.com/6GirlsNoBuoysTeam Just Giving]
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* [https://www.facebook.com/sixgirlsnobuoys Six Girls No Buoys Facebook page]
  
 
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Revision as of 21:33, 28 February 2014

Six Girls No Buoys (also called the 6GirlsNoBuoys Yr8 Channel Challenge Team) is the name of a relay of six 13-year-old girls who crossed the English Channel on 1 September 2013 in 13 hours 6 minutes under the direction of escort pilot Eddie Spelling and coach Rob Ouldcott. It was a charity swim to raise money for new Science labs and IT facilities for the Camden School for Girls.

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