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The 2018 aQuelle Midmar Mile successfully done and dusted


The 2018 aQuellé Midmar Mile, which took place on 10 and 11 February, offering temperatures north of 30 degrees, saw some 13 000 swimmers take to the waters of Midmar Dam. As always, the excitement was palpable and a safe, enjoyable swim was had by all.

Tower Systems, in fellowship with Princess Charlene of Monaco, had the pleasure of sponsoring swimmers in the 8 Mile race and would like to congratulate Henre Louw and Kaitlyn Albertyn for taking 1st place in their male and female categories respectively. 

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