Great Scottish Swim 2013 moved from Strathclyde Loch to Loch Lomond over pollution fears


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Europe’s biggest open-water swimming series, the Great Swim, has moved its event in Scotland to Loch Lomond after the 2012 race at Strathclyde Loch had to be cancelled because of the poor quality of the water and fears competitors would get ill.


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