Preview to jetty swim coffs harbour. Pic ANZ team members left Wayne Edwards ( Regional executive) and swimmers Nic Korn, Josh Innes, Lois Crossley and Chris Cook. PHOTO: TREVOR VEALE / COFFS COAST ADVOCATE
Preview to jetty swim coffs harbour. Pic ANZ team members left Wayne Edwards ( Regional executive) and swimmers Nic Korn, Josh Innes, Lois Crossley and Chris Cook. PHOTO: TREVOR VEALE / COFFS COAST ADVOCATE Trevor Veale

Coffs Ocean Swim quickly approaching

TIME to get those goggles and swim caps out of mothballs and begin turning those arms over in preparation.

The 16th annual Coffs Ocean Swims are rapidly approaching with all the action taking place on the Coffs Jetty foreshores on Sunday, March 30.

Swimmers of all ages and all abilities can take part.

Race partners Beachside Radiology, ANZ Bank and Coffs Harbour War Memorial Olympic Pool have organised a range of swims to suit little kids, amateurs or the dead-set keen.

Village Sports race director Mick Maley says to put your entry in today and help beat last year's tally of $14,000 donated to local charities.

See www.villagesports.com.au



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