Lake George Marathon Swim Looking for Volunteers
Event Date: September 17-18, 2016
The Lake George Marathon Swim is returning! This swim will serve to highlight Lake George and the history of Lake George marathon swimming. The 32-mile swim commemorates Diane Struble, the first person to swim the length, in 1958, and all those who swim in her wake. Since 1958, only six other solo swimmers and one relay have accomplished this feat. We expect to more than double that historical count in one day!
Registration is closed for the 2016 swim with 14 individual swimmers and 14 relay teams.
You may still participate as a Volunteer, so please complete a Volunteer Registration Form by going to the Lake George Marathon Swim website or contact Bob Singer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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