Photo: Introducing bog snorkeling

Matt Cardy/Getty Images I think I have a new favorite sport: bog snorkeling. A competitor takes part in the third annual World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon on July 6 in Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales. The event, where competitors are required to complete a full run of approximately 12 miles, a bog snorkel of approximately 120 yards through ...

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I think I have a new favorite sport: bog snorkeling.

A competitor takes part in the third annual World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon on July 6 in Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales. The event, where competitors are required to complete a full run of approximately 12 miles, a bog snorkel of approximately 120 yards through the bog trench, and a 19-mile mountain bike ride, is seen as a preview to the annual Bog Snorkeling World Championship that takes place this year on August 25.

Matt Cardy/Getty Images

I think I have a new favorite sport: bog snorkeling.

A competitor takes part in the third annual World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon on July 6 in Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales. The event, where competitors are required to complete a full run of approximately 12 miles, a bog snorkel of approximately 120 yards through the bog trench, and a 19-mile mountain bike ride, is seen as a preview to the annual Bog Snorkeling World Championship that takes place this year on August 25.

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