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Athlete wins world's first uphill swimming race

from Daily Record and Sunday Mail

Glasgow, Scotland hosted one of the toughest and a world first sporting event that saw a 20-year-old take the winning trident. Mark Deans beat competitors from as far afield as Norway and France who braved the icy waters of Maryhill Locks in just over five minutes to the cheers of about 1,700 spectators. Though the course was just 420 meters long, it is the world's first uphill swimming race and the first on the U.K.'s inland waterways. more


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