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More than 300 Quad-Citians decided to risk hypothermia to go jump in a lake Sunday afternoon.

 Polar plungers jumped into the 41-degree waters of the lake to support Special Olympics athletes in our area. Participants each raised a mini…

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  • Brian Wellner bwellner@qctimes.com

Nine-year-old Blake Blanchard was one of the youngest to take the plunge into Davenport's frigid West Lake on Saturday for Special Olympics Iowa.

 The Polar Plunge celebrated its 10th year in Davenport benefiting Special Olympics Iowa to continue to provide year-round sports training and…

The Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge, supporting Special Olympics, will be Sunday at  Wicks Lake at Jumer’s Casino & Hotel, 777 Jume…

KWQC's Tiffany Liou holds herself as she emerges from the 39 degree water of Wick's Lake, Sunday, March 22, 2015, during the 22nd annual Speci…

Photos from the Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics in Iowa.

  • Times staff

This year’s Polar Plunge will be Saturday, Oct. 17, at the West Lake Park beach, located at 14910 110th Ave., Davenport. Proceeds benefit the …

A member of team Significant Shrinkage jumps into the 39-degree water of Wicks Lake on Sunday during the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run Po…

More than 380 participants jumped into the 39 degree water of Wick's Lake, Sunday, March 22, 2015, during the 22nd annual Special Olympics Law…