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Lisa To Be Cheered On By Dad At Scottish Swim Lisa McGuire is set to take on her first open water swim at the Great Scottish Swim with the support of her dad who was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Firefighters To Take On Great East Swim Members of the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service will be making a splash at Suffolk’s biggest open water swimming event next week as part of their charity fundraising efforts SWIMMERS BASK IN THE SUNSHINE AT GREAT NORTH SWIM THOUSANDS of swimmers descended on Brockhole on Windermere for the UK's biggest open-water swimming event, the Great North Swim, in the Lake District National Park this weekend. THOUSANDS GET READY TO DIVE INTO THE GREAT NORTH SWIM UK's biggest open water swim gets ready for first year at new location Swanfield Swimmers raising funds for MS Therapy Centre Helen Wass-O’Donnell is taking on her first ever open water swim following a complex diagnosis of Brainstem Encephalitis, Paraneoplastic Syndrome, disc fusion and Multiple Sclerosis Win Chance To Be Coached By Olympian For Scottish Swim Four people have an exciting opportunity to join a training team to go from beginners to completing their first open water swim at the Great Scottish Swim. Liz swimming for Macmillan after cancer battle Liz Wood from Stoke-on-Trent is taking on the challenge of the Great North Swim in June to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Liz, who was diagnosed with womb cancer in February 2017, will be swimming one mile in the open water of Windermere. Mum taking on challenge following husband's diagnosis 34-year-old Natahsha Langthorne from Lytham St. Anne’s is tackling this year’s Great North Swim after her husband was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in November. Keri-anne Helps Celebrate Decade Of Great East Swim Olympic silver medallist and two-time world open water swimming champion Keri-anne Payne returned to Suffolk to help Great East Swim celebrate its tenth anniversary today Dumfries surgeon raising funds for Macmillan Fanus Dreyer, who treats patients with bowel cancer, is taking on the Great North Swim to raise money for Macmillan, following his own battle with the disease last year.