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    Around the World, Swimmers Get a Jump on 2016i
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    January 03, 2016 3:59 AM
    From the Mediterranean to the frigid northern states in the US, many people plunged into the new year by running, leaping or diving into water.

    Around the World, Swimmers Get a Jump on 2016

    Published January 02, 2016

    From the Mediterranean to the frigid northern states in the US, many people plunged into the new year by running, leaping or diving into water.


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