SEALS Swim to Survive - ultra marathon swim across Lake Huron - raising awareness about drowning prevention and water safety!
THE BIG SWIM! Lake Huron Solo Swim Crossing SUMMER 2014!
July 19 - 20, 2014 Lesley Burton Zehr and the SEALS Swim to Survive Crew will hit the waters of Lake Huron for the 75 km Crossing!
Thanks to you we have raised $6,061.00 to date for Swim to Survive training!
Did you know that funds raised so far will be able to provide just over 200 children with FREE swim to survive life skills? Check out our "About Us" page to find out more about Swim to Survive standards.
25 km Lake Huron Shoreline Swim, Bayfield - Goderich Ontario
Lesley completed the 25 km solo swim in 7 hours and 5 minutes on Monday August 5th. The swim was to raise awareness about drowning prevention and water safety.
Unfavourable forecasts, water conditions and safety logistics forced Lesley Burton Zehr to postpone her planned 75 km swim across Lake Huron to 2014.
Former lifeguard and SEALS Swim founder, Lesley Burton Zehr, is organizing an event called SEALS Swim to Survive which is an ultra-marathon swim across Lake Huron to promote drowning prevention education. SEALS Swim to Survive is a fundraising event to raise funds for the Lifesaving Society’s Water Smart® drowning prevention campaign. Sponsors and donations are welcomed! For donations the charity is "Lifesaving Society" and the fund/designation is "SEALS Swim to Survive" (7th on drop down)
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