Brownsea Swim 2015 Results

The 2015 around Brownsea Island Swim on 2 August 2015 was well-supported by EDOWSC swimmers and volunteers. Our thanks as always go

  • RLSS Poole for organising the event and providing safety cover assisted by local lifeguarding clubs.
  • National Trust
  • John Lewis Partnership

Congratulations to everyone who completed the full and half distance swims.

Video of start.

Seahorse Swim 2015 winner Guy Giles (TORQ Swimming) retained his Brownsea title, and the Men’s Wetsuit category, with 1.19.05. EDOWSC’s Marc Newman (EDOWSC) came 2nd in the Men’s Non Wetsuit category and Rob Kellaway 4th.

Tasha Morey followed up her Seahorse Swim second place with third place in the Ladies Non Wetsuit category.

Video of first few finishes

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Brownsea Swim 2015



Overall summary of EDOWSC Brownsea times:

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  1. A delighted Mark Shakles, Brownsea Swim 2015 Organiser said: “This year’s swim has been another huge success and I believe that the reason for this, is the way the event flows from start to finish, which is down to all the volunteers giving up their time to assist us with the event.

    “The comments received so far from the swimmers and spectators have all been overwhelmingly positive, and the swimmers have shown complete appreciation for all the volunteers who help make the event so special.

    “As you know we do encourage all the swimmers to use this event to raise sponsorship for charities of their own choosing. This year the amount that has been pledged / raised so far has reached £23124.00 which is in itself a great achievement, and makes all the effort put into organising the swim even more worthwhile as the charities below will benefit from all of our efforts.

    This years amount brings the total raised for charity, since we started to encourage swimmers to use the swim to raise sponsorship in 2009 to just over £100,000.00, which is amazing.

    “I have listed the charities that have benefited from sponsorship as a result of the 2015 swim below”

    A post on our club website:

    The Official Photographers blog:

    The official Photograph Gallery (password is Brownsea)

    Age UK Essex
    David Sheldrick Wildlife, Nicaraguast
    PAU Southampton
    Dog Trust
    Prostate Cancel UK
    British Heart Foundation
    Dove House School
    RLSS Poole Lifeguard
    British Heart Foundation
    Ronald McDonald
    Cancer Research
    Lewis Manning
    Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charities
    Canine Partners
    Salvation Army
    Marine Conservation
    Cash for Kids
    Mental Health Foundation
    Stroke Association
    Children’s Adventure Farm Fund
    Montacute Special School
    The Parkinson’s Society
    Mudeford Rangers
    Tree of Hope
    National Trust
    Warminster Swimming Club
    Cystic Fibrosis
    Nueva Esperanza, Nicaragua

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