A monstrous turnout saw hundreds of people start 2019 by braving the waters of the Tay in the annual New Year’s Day Dook at Broughty Ferry.
Ye Amphibious Ancients Bathing Association
One of Scotland's oldest open water swimming clubs will celebrate its 135th birthday with a special calendar.
Michael Alexander meets Dundee man Dave Finlayson who fears waiting to travel to Switzerland to end his life could mean he might not be well enough to go.
Next year's New Year's Day Dook in Broughty Ferry is shaping up to be the biggest ever.
Tributes have been paid to a well-loved swimming coach who died suddenly while on holiday in Norway.
Over 100 brave swimmers raced into the Tay on Sunday morning as part of a historic Dundee tradition.
More than 200 hardy people are expected to turn out for the “biggest ever” Broughty Ferry dook on New Year’s Day.
Organisers have said this year's Broughty Ferry dook will be the biggest ever, as the annual event celebrates its 126th birthday.
A Broughty Ferry woman braved strong tidal currents in cold open water and dodged massive cargo ships to swim the English Channel.