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New Year’s Eve Midnight Swim

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The New Year’s Eve Midnight Swim is a 1.25 km swim in the phospherous flecked black sea starts from the pier at 11:45 pm and pauses at midnight at the “silver pole” marker located out at sea 1 km+ from the start organized by the Brighton Icebergers. It is a handicap event which is swum out to the reef marker over a 2 km course.

Annual Iceberger Events[edit]

  • New Year’s Eve Midnight Swim a 1.25 km swim in the phospherous flecked black sea starts from the pier at 11:45 pm and pauses at midnight at the “silver pole” marker located out at sea 1 km+ from the start. As fireworks light the night sky and city skyline marking the New Year, the swim is completed followed by a few beers and glasses of bubbly back onshore.
  • Christmas Relay Race: a group sprint race between the landings as team leaders and tactics are crucial

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