This morning and yesterday Lorne Pier to Pub ocean swim has continued in spite of a very many shark viewed not far away in the waters in Victoria. Tens of thousands of people Participated in the 1.2-kilometre competition, in which challenger’s swim from the Lorne Pier towards the Lorne Surf Life Saving Club. The competition went forward in spite of shark viewed this morning at Point Addis , Fairhaven, Split Point and Eastern View, each one of those places around 40 kilometres of Lorne on the Surf Coast. Fairhaven Beach, which was locked yesterday behind six big whites were noticed not far away. Life Saving Victoria inform that about eight bronze whalers were viewed but the Pier to Pub course stayed secure, and Life Saving Victoria have had a search around the Pier to Pub course this morning and nothing was viewed in the zone, then the Life Saving Victoria haven’t spotted anything from our airy patrols on every side of the Pier to Pub course from the time ever after Christmas Day when the shark numbers begun to see here and there. (Lorne Pier to Pub) is a yearly, 1.2-km open water swimming competition held in January at Lorne, a town situated on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It started in the 1970s, when members of the Lorne Surf Life Saving Club were brave enough to dive from the pier, swim over Louttit Bay and finalize by bodysurfing the waves onto the Lorne foreshore, before being present at the Lorne Pub. The competition today composed of the process itself. Competitor have to register for a ballot to participate. Swimmers period are registered at the end line, and released in the Newspaper the upcoming morning. The competition is completed on median in 22 minutes, but the fastest competition time is about 10 minutes and30 seconds.