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Problem: Slow Catch

As your hand angles down in the water to catch and hold onto a spot, it is

acts as brake - need to minimize braking time




Directions to Niles Beach

Take Rte 128 North to Gloucester.

After the big bridge, go half-way around two rotary circles (Grant Circle and Blackburn Circle).

Continue straight on Route 128 thru 2 traffic lights.

Go straight thru the second traffic light onto East Main Street, which eventually becomes Eastern Point Boulevard.

Niles Beach is two miles from the last traffic light, on the right. Go past the beach, bear left onto Farrington Avenue and park on that street. Note: Parking in front of beach is reserved for residents with beach parking stickers. Others park on Farrington Ave.

Be early so that you have time to warm up and suit up before getting into the water at 5:30 PM.

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