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Mick Long

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Michael Long is a British pilot who helped Kevin Murphy on his North Channel crossing of 1971.

Michael Long (nickname Longy or Mick) is the proprietor of Rockalong Stonework and the creator of the Kimberly, a beautiful rock coaster memento given to all finishers of the 10 km and 20 km First National Kimberly Lake Argyle Swim held in Lake Argyle in Western Australia.

Lake Argyle swim[edit]

The Lake Argyle Swim is a 10 km (6.2-mile) and 20 km (12.4-mile) marathon swim for solo swimmers, duos (teams of 2) or teams of 4. The race director is Glenn Taylor. The venue is located 75 kilometres from the town of Kununurra, Western Australia, Lake Argyle is located 40 kilometres from the Northern Territory Border and covers 980 square kilometres at normal water levels. Long since recognised as one of the most spectacular places to visit in Australia, the Lake Argyle Swim provides experienced swimmers with an unsurpassed outback adventure.

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