St Kilda Mile Ocean Swim | World Series Swims

TBC - Saturday March 18, 2017 | St Kilda Beach, Melbourne

Do what you love and make it count.

The Kids’ Cancer Project is proud to partner with World Series Swims 2016-2017 season.

World Series Swims offers six of Australia’s most popular ocean swims.

Every location has its own unique options, from Junior Giants events, designed for kids aged 8 – 16 years, to short courses, long courses and marathon distances for competitive swimmers.

Be a hero for kids with cancer

Register now for St Kilda Mile Ocean Swim and choose to fundraise to support kids’ cancer research too!

ENTRIES OPEN: November 04, 2016

The St Kilda Mile is staged at one of Australia’s most vibrant beaches, St Kilda and finishes alongside the iconic St Kilda Pier.  In 2017, the event moves from December to Saturday March 25.

The main event, One Mile, is one of the most popular open water distances around the globe and is achievable for any ability.  Other events include a Half Mile short course, the 800m Junior Giants event for kids aged 8 – 16 years and the 3.8km Marathon – a chance for seasoned swimmers to push their limits.

Whether it’s for training or a new personal challenge,  join World Series Swims Ambassador Michael Klim and special guests to conquer the mile.

Choose a distance, start training and kickstart your summer!

Take a look at all six World Series Swims on offer

Every swimmer who raises $250 or more for our Official Charity Partner, The Kids Cancer Project, will receive a full refund of their entry fee.  The fundraising period ends 30 days following the event, so there’s plenty of time to continue fundraising after your swim too!”

Kids Cancer Project

The Kids’ Cancer Project is a national charity dedicated to supporting childhood cancer research. Kids’ get different types of cancer to adults and research is discovering more targeted and effective ways to help kids while minimising the long- term side effects treatment can bring.

The Kids’ Cancer Project was founded in 1993 by Col Reynolds who decided to step up and do something to help children with cancer. Twenty years later more than $34 million has been given to research projects across Australia, thanks to community support.

Science is making an impact, providing new treatment options and giving hope to the 950 children and young adolescents diagnosed each year.

If you believe in research please join with us. By working together, we really can make a difference to help kids with cancer and their families.

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