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Zippity Zaidee what a day

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November 29, 2017

Skye Swift, Emma Hurley, Dimitra Cacamouras, Georgia Dunning, Darcie Guthrie and Sascha Jones at Shepparton Swimming Club's Aqua Carnivale on Saturday.

Thomas Hawke, Bendigo East.

Tait Peterson, Kyabram.

Allan Turner shows off the Zaidee medals in honour of his daughter.

Mackenzie Guy, Benalla.

Ryley Symes, Harry Shortis, Daniel Dunning, Ben Sordello and Ollie Guthrie.

Ethan Heywood, Shepparton.

Nikea Grinter, Shepparton.

Back: Brandon Wilson, Aaron Rudge, Hayden Symes, Riley Rudge, Cooper Symes; front: Josh Dunning, Tarlia Rudge, Aiden Rudge, Miller Carter.

Swimmers dive into action.

Tarlia Rudge, Shepparton.

Shepparton Swimming Club’s Aqua Carnivale had Aquamoves buzzing on Saturday.

More than 100 swimmers from across Victoria descended on Shepparton for the second incarnation of the meet, which is tipped to grow even more next year.

The event was held as part of the Aquamoves Rainbow Week, which is a partnership with Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation.

Along with rainbow caps, swimsuits and ribbons, medals in the shape of a Z were presented to help raise awareness about organ and tissue donation.

A Zaidee Relay Challenge was held for the first time this year, with Nyah-Swan Hill Two Bays Swimming Club taking out the 8x50m mixed freestyle race and claiming the $250 prize and perpetual champion trophy donated by the foundation.

Money was raised during the day for the great cause, while $1 from every entry was also donated.

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