Swimmers raise cash for MS society

  • Swimming for a cause: Carolyn Armstrong, front, and Wendy Lovell participate in the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Bermuda Swimathon at the Bermuda National Sports Centre Aquatics and Fitness Centre, to help raise funds to sustain the society, and to assist funding for Bermudian-based MS sufferers with medical needs (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

    Swimming for a cause: Carolyn Armstrong, front, and Wendy Lovell participate in the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Bermuda Swimathon at the Bermuda National Sports Centre Aquatics and Fitness Centre, to help raise funds to sustain the society, and to assist funding for Bermudian-based MS sufferers with medical needs (Photograph by Akil Simmons)


Swimmers hit the water at the weekend to raise cash for research into multiple sclerosis.

Fundraisers for the The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Bermuda’s Swimathon gathered at the National Sports Centre in Devonshire to mark the start of a month dedicated to helping find a cure for the muscle-wasting condition.

The event was held on Saturday, with swimmers of all ages doing laps at the aquatics and fitness centre.

It was the third year of the event, which funds MS community education programmes as well as members’ medical costs.

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Published Mar 11, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 11, 2020 at 6:59 am)

Swimmers raise cash for MS society

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