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Champion Bay

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Champion Bay is a coastal feature north of Geraldton, Western Australia, facing the port and city between Point Moore and Bluff Point. Champion Bay was named by Lieutenant John Lort Stokes of HMS Beagle, who surveyed the area in April 1840. He named it after the colonial schooner Champion, in which George Fletcher Moore had travelled to the region and first located the bay in January of that year.

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NKNC Open Water Swimmers is a pod of open water swimmers from Champion Bay in Geraldton, Western Australia. NKNC stands for No Kilometre No Cake.

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