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  • Swimmers plunge into icy water for the Special Olympics

    The 10th Annual Super Plunge started on Friday at Longview Lake in Kansas City. Beginning at noon, 14 swimmers leaped into the icy water once an hour for 24 hours, culminating in the formal KC Polar Plunge. Both events raise money for Special Olympics Missouri.

The 10th Annual Super Plunge started on Friday at Longview Lake in Kansas City. Beginning at noon, 14 swimmers leaped into the icy water once an hour for 24 hours, culminating in the formal KC Polar Plunge. Both events raise money for Special Olympics Missouri. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
The 10th Annual Super Plunge started on Friday at Longview Lake in Kansas City. Beginning at noon, 14 swimmers leaped into the icy water once an hour for 24 hours, culminating in the formal KC Polar Plunge. Both events raise money for Special Olympics Missouri. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Chilly temperatures, icy water greet participants of annual Super Plunge

January 27, 2017 7:46 PM