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Saturday 23rd November 2019 | Open to Club members and their guests | Distance: 2, 4 or 6 km | Course: Bay to Chinamans’ and return
The 2,4,6 km invitational open water swim was established by club captain Erik Mather in 1998. Erik Mather died from melanoma on 26 September 2011. He was 45 years old. In 2013 the swim was renamed in Erik's memory and a charity event established. The swim not only reminds us of Erik's wonderful legacy, but also provides a significant financial contribution to the research efforts of the Melanoma Institute of Australia.
Help us achieve our goal of $25,000 and donate to assist Melanoma Institute Australia in achieving its mission of zero deaths from melanoma.
Any life lost to melanoma is one too many.
The Balmoral Beach Club Events commemorates the life of Erik Mather with the 2,4,6 km swim for Melanoma.
Saturday 23 Nov 2019
Balmoral Beach Club, 6 The Esplanade, Balmoral, NSW
The 2,4,6 km invitational open water swim established by Erik Mather in 1998, was renamed in 2013 by the Balmoral Beach Club in Erik's memory.
Balmoral Beach Club members and member’s guests participating in the race are encouraged to make a donation, in lieu of an entry fee, in support of the Melanoma Institute of Australia to aid the ongoing research for a cure for Melanoma.
Every contribution will help reach our target. All donations are received by the Melanoma Institute Australia.
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