Results 2016

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2016 Results

The 6th Annual Bondi Blue Water Challenge is done and dusted for another year. Congratulations to all our 2016 participants!

2.1 km winners - Women
1st - Dori Miller (00:27:47)
2nd - Nicola Watts (00:27:50)
3rd - Maddi Blomberg (00:29:11)

2.1 km winners - Men
1st - Jake Little (00:23.17)
2nd - Cormac Guthrie (00:23:23)
3rd - Xavier Clarke (00:25:30)

View complete 2.1 km swim results

1 km winners - Women
1st - Kate Solomonson (00:13:33)
2nd - Nicola Watts (00:13:58)
3rd - Jane McCallum (00:14:10)

View complete 1 km swim results

1 km winners - Men
1st - Cormac Guthrie ( 00:11:57)
2nd - Rory Sanders (00:12:26)
3rd - Duane Cannell (00:12:27)

500 m Fun Swim winners - Women
1st - Nicolai Morris (00:09:05)
2nd - Kirsty Beattie (00:09:43)
3rd - Jannicke Climax (00:013:11)

500 m Fun Swim winners - Men
1st - Colin Reyburn (00:07:40)
2nd - Anthony Midolo (00:0753)
3rd - Mark Benson (00:09:40)

Bondi Kids Challenge winners - Girls
1st - Lucinda Alder (00:11:15)
2nd - Vanessa Langford (00:13:01)
3rd - Jessica Oates (00:08:54)

Bondi Kids Challenge winners - Boys
1st - Thomas Oates (00:08:00)
2nd - Angus Aitken (00:08:45)
3rd - Cooper Mundell (00:08:51)

Previous race results



Bondi Bluewater ocean swim winners set sights on Rio Olympics

THE winners of the Bondi Bluewater Challenge have their eyes on a bigger prize after the gruelling 2.1km ocean swim on Sunday.

Tom Montgomery and Samantha Watts are vying for selection in the Australian open water swim team to compete at the Rio Olympic Games next year.

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Women lead the way in Bondi Bluewater ocean swim

Two women stole the limelight in the two Bondi Bluewater Challenge ocean swims, which were staged under testing conditions on Sunday.

Andrea Miller, swimming in the 30-34 years age group, convincingly clocked the women’s fastest times in both the 1km and 2.1km races that were staged an hour apart in a tricky and lumpy surf.

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