Hundreds Get Their Clothes Off for Brain Cancer

Published on: March 2024

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Hundreds Get Their Clothes Off for Brain Cancer


—Speaker, recently at Cobblers Beach in Mosman hundreds gathered for the annual Sydney Skinny which is the world's largest annual nude swim to raise money for the Charlie Teo Foundation. Despite the gloomy weather several hundred swimmers took to the water in nothing other than their birthday suits, with bodies of all shapes, sizes and colours. This is the 11th consecutive year Sydney Skinny has hosted the nude swim, with participants able to swim three hundred metres or for the confident locals they were able to tackle a nine hundred metre course. One hundred per cent of the proceeds will go directly to the Charlie Teo Foundation which has already donated $10 million to brain cancer projects and research. Amazingly this year the Sydney Skinny raised over $50,000 which is an incredible achievement. Congratulations to all those who took part in the Sydney Skinny.

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