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Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver (13 images)

Updated: Jan. 2, 2013 at 10:55 AM
Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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Over 2,200 entrants, many in costumes highlighting the cities cultural diversity, took the icy plunge into English Bay during the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013, while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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A life guard rows into position for the start of the 93rd annual New Years Day Polar Bear Swim at English Bay in Vancouver, British Columbia, January 1, 2013. There were over 2,200 entrants taking the icy plunge while approximately 20,000 spectators watched. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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