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Squirrels can swim

08 May 2014

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Docklands workers took part in a marathon 24-hour swimming event this month in order to raise funds for people living with multiple sclerosis.
Fiive ANZ staffers were part of a team of 11 called the “Finned Squirrels” who raised more than $6000 towards the cause at the MS Megaswim at MSAC on May 3 and 4.

Teams who took part were required to have one person swimming during the entire 24-hour event and the “Finned Squirrels” managed to swim 59 km in that time.

ANZ worker and participant Oya McDonald said the MS Swimathon was a great way to encourage fitness and raise money for a good cause.

Donations are still being accepted and can be made at https://events.megaswim.com/2014-Melbourne-24-Hour-Mega-Swim/Finned+Squirrels

 

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