Splash landing for endurance swimmers at the National Seal Sanctuary
Summer may be over, but that didn’t stop Endurance Life ‘Wild Swim’ participants from launching into the water at the National Seal Sanctuary on the 10th September.
Spectators gathered at the National Seal Sanctuary to witness 35 people embark on a challenging four mile estuary swim.
‘Endurance Life’ works to promote tough challenges in inspiring locations throughout the UK. This year the organization partnered with the Marine Conservation Society, a charity which works closely with the Sanctuary on coastal initiatives, for its annual ‘Wild Swim’ challenge.
Louise Crathorne, organizer of ‘Wild swim’ said: “this expedition is all about people taking on a challenging exercise in an inspirational location.”
National Seal Sanctuary’s Kaylie Finn said: “The Sanctuary is all about having fun in an inspiring setting so it was great to add another dimension to our ethos with the Endurance Life swim taking place here.”
Endurance Life holds Wild Swims and Coastal runs throughout the UK. To find out how to get involved visit www.endurancelife.com.