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Yesterday afternoon Toni Enderli started his 24 hour endurance swim challenge at the Sea Point Pavillion. A few of our staff and volunteer crew braved the chilly air and light rain and joined him at various times of the evening and early morning. He was still going strong when our teams had finished. We wish him all the best in completing his challenge.IMG-20170413-WA0012 Toni this morning - still in good spirits.IMG_2168 Josh, Cleeve, Andrew, Brett and Ernesta before the plunge.IMG_2177IMG_2179IMG_2182 a quick photo op between lengthsIMG_2170 Josh and ToniIMG-20170413-WA0005 Rescue crew who joined the swim
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