Organisers of this years Big Chill swim, which took place in Windermere on Saturday, say it was a massive success.
Five hundred and eighty people aged between sixteen and seventy took part, that's more than double last year's turn out.
Swimmers from across the world made their way to the Low Wood Bay Marina and braved the minus five water temperature to take part.
Organisers Chillswim are hailing it as a massive success, with spectators standing in the rain for 7 hours to cheer on the competitors.
“The weather over the weekend was challenging to say the least and we’d like to thank both spectators and participants for their support.”
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