Great Relay, Great Benefits: Waste No Wave, Link Brain & Braun, Build Better Lives

Helping build strong communities by linking the academic with the aquatic, bringing symbiotic learning benefits to the underprivileged - image courtesy of FINIS

This Saturday between 10am and 1pm EST at Columbia University, NYC, the Trident Swim Foundation will be kick off the 2nd annual Great Relay competition to raise money for their after-school program that combines academic support and swimming for underprivileged children; this year’s event will be buoyed by Olympians Kim Vandenberg (USA 2008), Sophie Edington (Australia 2012), Bruce Hayes (USA 1984) and Juan Valdivieso (Peru 2000, 2004). Their part: to get in a race with the rest in the biggest, longest distance relay competition in the United States

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This Saturday between 10am and 1pm EST at Columbia University, NYC, the Trident Swim Foundation will be kick off the 2nd annual Great Relay competition to raise money for their after-school program that combines academic support and swimming for underprivileged children; this year’s event will be buoyed by Olympians Kim Vandenberg (USA 2008), Sophie Edington (Australia 2012), Bruce Hayes (USA 1984) and Juan Valdivieso (Peru 2000, 2004). Their part: to get in a race with the rest in the biggest, longest distance relay competition in the United States

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