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In Pictures: Hundreds Take To The Liffey For 99th Swim

In Pictures: Hundreds Take To The Liffey For 99th Swim

Hundreds of men and women jumped into the Liffey on Saturday afternoon for the 99th Liffey Swim.

The 2.2km race started at the Rory O'Moore Bridge and finished at the Custom House.

The men's race was won by a familiar face: RTÉ journalist Paul O'Flynn who swims for the Half Moon club.

Triona Muldoon, who swims for Clontarf, won the women's race.

Pictures: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Competitors prepare at the start of the men's race

Competitors prepare at the start of the men's race

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Swimmers pass under the Ha'penny Bridge

Helen O'Reilly of Eastern Bay

Swimmers finish at the Custom House
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RTÉ journalist Paul O'Flynn who won the men's race

Aine Mariga of NAC Masters showers following the race

Joseph McSweeney of Eastern Bay

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