Laps and laps: Members of the Ponoka Pool Sharks swim club hit the lanes on Feb. 13 for the Pool Shark Challenge, where each participant was tasked with swimming either 200 lengths - equal to five kilometres - or two hours, whichever came first. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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Ponoka Pool Sharks look to swim 5 km

Laps and laps: Members of the Ponoka Pool Sharks swim club hit the lanes on Feb. 13 for the Pool Shark Challenge, where each participant was tasked with swimming either 200 lengths – equal to five kilometres – or two hours, whichever came first. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka Pool Sharks look to swim 5 km

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Laps and laps: Members of the Ponoka Pool Sharks swim club hit the lanes on Feb. 13 for the Pool Shark Challenge, where each participant was tasked with swimming either 200 lengths - equal to five kilometres - or two hours, whichever came first. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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