Black Rock Icebergers

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[[File:Black rock icebergers.jpg|400px|thumb|right|[[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]] logo]]noun - The Black Rock Icebergers are members of the Melbourne, Australia-based [[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]].
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[[File:Black rock icebergers.jpg|400px|thumb|right|[[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]] logo]]noun - The Black Rock Icebergers are members of the [[pod]] located in Melbourne, Australia called the [[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]].
==Black-ice Open Water Swim Club==
==Black-ice Open Water Swim Club==
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The [[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]] is an open water swimming club based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne). The [[pod]] was founded by 2003 English Channel swimmer [[Albert (Alby) Bardoel]].  The Black Rock Icebergers include [[English Channel]] swimmers, [[Cook Strait]] swimmers, [[Rottnest Channel]] swimmers, and many others.
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The [[Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club]] is an [[open water swimming]] club based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne). The [[pod]] was founded by 2003 English Channel swimmer [[Albert (Alby) Bardoel]].  The Black Rock Icebergers include [[English Channel]] swimmers, [[Cook Strait]] swimmers, [[Rottnest Channel]] swimmers, and many others.
The Black Rock Icebergers train every Saturday morning throughout the year at the Brighton Sea Baths, including winter when the air temperature ranges from 6°C to 15°C (42°F to 59°F).
The Black Rock Icebergers train every Saturday morning throughout the year at the Brighton Sea Baths, including winter when the air temperature ranges from 6°C to 15°C (42°F to 59°F).
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==Membership==
==Membership==
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To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers, a swimmers is required to complete a 3 km circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths during winter when the water temperature must be at or below 10°C (50°F) under the following rules: 1. No wetsuits and, 2. No neoprene swim caps.
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To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers, a swimmers is required to complete a 3 km circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths during winter when the water temperature must be at or below 10°C (50°F) under the following rules:  
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1. No wetsuits and,  
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2. No neoprene swim caps.
==External links==
==External links==

Revision as of 19:16, 29 March 2013

noun - The Black Rock Icebergers are members of the pod located in Melbourne, Australia called the Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club.

Black-ice Open Water Swim Club

The Black-Ice Open Water Swim Club is an open water swimming club based in Black Rock, Australia (outside of Melbourne). The pod was founded by 2003 English Channel swimmer Albert (Alby) Bardoel. The Black Rock Icebergers include English Channel swimmers, Cook Strait swimmers, Rottnest Channel swimmers, and many others.

The Black Rock Icebergers train every Saturday morning throughout the year at the Brighton Sea Baths, including winter when the air temperature ranges from 6°C to 15°C (42°F to 59°F).

Membership

To become an official member of the Black Rock Icebergers, a swimmers is required to complete a 3 km circuit of the long course at Brighton Baths during winter when the water temperature must be at or below 10°C (50°F) under the following rules: 1. No wetsuits and, 2. No neoprene swim caps.

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