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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
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 (WOWSA 10 Mile Championships) is a marathon swim of 10 miles that is part of 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.

Distances[edit]

1 mile, 3 miles, 6 miles, 10 miles

Type[edit]

Lake

Location[edit]

City Lake Memphremagog

State/County/Province Vermont

Country USA

Region Americas

Contact[edit]

Name Phil White

Email swim@orleansrecreation.org

Event Information[edit]

Month: July

Event Date: 12 July 2014

Website: Kingdom Swim website

Class: Amateur

Wetsuit: Yes

Charity: No

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