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Snow swimming in Finland

Written by: Herbert Krabel
Added: Wed Jan 13 2016

Some athletic events in Europe are amazing and unique, and this includes but is not limited to swimming in the snow, as shown below in this video from Finland.

So for those of you who missed it on our Facebook page, here it is again, but this time in full length and hi-res. Brrrrr.



It could be argued that this should be a wetsuit legal affair, but this is much more exciting and unique.



  

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