More about the event
Team Indianic from left: Jordan Brindle, Scott Deakin, Tom Waddell, Justin Monaco, Will Johns
The Rottnest Channel Swim is a highly regarded event worldwide and it is one of Western Australia’s iconic events. It is is a 19.7km open water swim and it has attracted Team Indianic to swim for a great cause!
Team Indianic, which consists of Will Johns, Scott Deakin, Justin Monaco and Tom Waddell with support crew Jordan Brindle, Jake Brindle and Kyle Pendreigh will all tough it out on the morning of Saturday 27 February 2016. Besides powering to the finish line, they are also eager to fundraise for The Fathering Project.
Will Johns says: “Team Indianic wants to help raise awareness about the responsibility of fatherhood and to assist, in any way possible, children who aren’t able to experience a relationship with their father for whatever reasons.”
Team Indianic is hoping to make the swim in the fastest possible time. The team has been training for months now and believe it will be a great fun day to be involved with.
Please make a donation to support Team Indianic on this swim.