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HIGHEST SWIM IN THE WORLD - On 5 December 2015 Madswimmer will be swimming the highest lake in the world on Mt Ojos del Salado, Chile and NSRI’s WaterWise Academy is one of the beneficiaries.As swimmers, they have accomplished various first ever world records over the past 7 years. As a non-profit, they have raised in excess of $320 000 for charities. And as motivational agents they have inspired thousands that ‘impossible is nothing’.In their own words “We’re neither saints nor super humans, but we do crazy swims all over the world where health, fitness and mental strength are the key. We’re normal everyday people, setting an extraordinary example.”A point of pride is that each of these swimmers pay their own way and do not expect others to fund their personal adventure. The money they receive in sponsorships is money that they pass on to help children. Please support them so that they can support us.Watch their video , friend them on Facebook to track their progress and read about them in the next issue of our Sea Rescue magazine.IMG_3258
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