World bog snorkling championship held in UK

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The World Bog Snorkelling Championships have been held in Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales.

Competitors dressed in wetsuits and costumes raced in the into the peat bog in the quest to be named world bog snorkelling champion.

A total of 176 competitors had to swim two lengths of the bog, which is 55 metres long.

It was the 34th time that the annual event has taken place.

The winner was Neil Rutter, who also took victory in 2017 and 2018!

It took him 1 min 21.78 seconds to swim the course, which was three seconds slower than the world record of 1 min 18.23 seconds.

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