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Sep
21
Mon
2015
Swim the Costa Brava 1.5km, 3.5km, 6.0km, Catalonia (Spain) @ L´escala, Gerona (Costa Brava). SPAIN
Sep 21 – Sep 22 all-day

Swim The Costa Brava aims at becoming the meeting point for all the open water swimmers at national as well as international level.

We understand that certain trends have changed and so have the concerns of thousands of followers and sportsmen enthusiasts of open water swimming. The first stage (Swim the Costa Brava) within the European Open Water Swimming Championship is born precisely out of the desire to address these changes and to honour this sports disicpline.

swim the costa brava evento

Why L’Escala, the Costa Brava?

It is undeniable that the choice of location is always linked to the quality of both water and its beaches and on this occassion we have also followed these criteria. However, our choice of location pretends to go beyond the charm of L’Escala’s winding coastline and relies on dynamization of cultural and touristic activities paired with the organization of sporting events. With these ideas in mind, we bet for a weekend where every person, either an adult or a child, can find his or her own place.

Why Cala Montgó, the Costa Brava?

Cala Montgó hides in a tiny rocky bay with crystalline turquoise waters surrounded by pines and cliffs. Our search for a beach protected from the Tramontana wind so frequent in the Empordá has lead us to this spot of exceptional beauty.

As the event organizers we support sustainable and family tourism; hence, the importance of the choice of the event’s location. Cala Montgó features family beaches paired with a wide range of accommodation and catering offers tailored to all ages and clients. Comfortable for pedestrian transit, it is, without any doubt, an ideal place.

 The day before the race and after the briefing a live music concert will be organized right on the beach front and this will be followed by a special surprise related to a SPA treatment!

Accommodation and transfer options are available for international swimmers.

www.swimthecostabrava.com

 

Dec
3
Thu
2015
Extreme North Dakota Watersports Endurance Test (END-WET) @ Grand Forks, ND
Dec 3 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 am

Next test date: July 13, 2013

The second longest swim race in the country, but based on finishing times, this might be the hardest.  Challenge the Red River of the North as it winds its way between North Dakota and Minnesota and swim the 27 mile course from Grand Forks to Oslo.  Swimmers can compete solo or as members of a relay team.  The entry fee for solo swimmers is only $250 and includes a support kayaker - making it not only one of the toughest and longest events available, but also one of the most affordable.  12 swimmers tested themselves in the inaugural offering in 2012, including Oceans Seven swimmer Darren Miller and Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year nominee, Daniel Projansky (who swam the entire distance butterfly!)

2013 race will be capped at 30 solo swimmers and 10 relay teams!  Registration opens on the first of the year at endracing.com.

Sep
21
Wed
2016
Swim the Costa Brava 1.5km, 3.5km, 6.0km, Catalonia (Spain) @ L´escala, Gerona (Costa Brava). SPAIN
Sep 21 all-day

Swim The Costa Brava aims at becoming the meeting point for all the open water swimmers at national as well as international level.

We understand that certain trends have changed and so have the concerns of thousands of followers and sportsmen enthusiasts of open water swimming. The first stage (Swim the Costa Brava) within the European Open Water Swimming Championship is born precisely out of the desire to address these changes and to honour this sports disicpline.

swim the costa brava evento

Why L’Escala, the Costa Brava?

It is undeniable that the choice of location is always linked to the quality of both water and its beaches and on this occassion we have also followed these criteria. However, our choice of location pretends to go beyond the charm of L’Escala’s winding coastline and relies on dynamization of cultural and touristic activities paired with the organization of sporting events. With these ideas in mind, we bet for a weekend where every person, either an adult or a child, can find his or her own place.

Why Cala Montgó, the Costa Brava?

Cala Montgó hides in a tiny rocky bay with crystalline turquoise waters surrounded by pines and cliffs. Our search for a beach protected from the Tramontana wind so frequent in the Empordá has lead us to this spot of exceptional beauty.

As the event organizers we support sustainable and family tourism; hence, the importance of the choice of the event’s location. Cala Montgó features family beaches paired with a wide range of accommodation and catering offers tailored to all ages and clients. Comfortable for pedestrian transit, it is, without any doubt, an ideal place.

 The day before the race and after the briefing a live music concert will be organized right on the beach front and this will be followed by a special surprise related to a SPA treatment!

Accommodation and transfer options are available for international swimmers.

www.swimthecostabrava.com

 

Dec
3
Sat
2016
Extreme North Dakota Watersports Endurance Test (END-WET) @ Grand Forks, ND
Dec 3 @ 12:00 am – 12:00 am

Next test date: July 13, 2013

The second longest swim race in the country, but based on finishing times, this might be the hardest.  Challenge the Red River of the North as it winds its way between North Dakota and Minnesota and swim the 27 mile course from Grand Forks to Oslo.  Swimmers can compete solo or as members of a relay team.  The entry fee for solo swimmers is only $250 and includes a support kayaker - making it not only one of the toughest and longest events available, but also one of the most affordable.  12 swimmers tested themselves in the inaugural offering in 2012, including Oceans Seven swimmer Darren Miller and Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year nominee, Daniel Projansky (who swam the entire distance butterfly!)

2013 race will be capped at 30 solo swimmers and 10 relay teams!  Registration opens on the first of the year at endracing.com.

Sep
21
Thu
2017
Swim the Costa Brava 1.5km, 3.5km, 6.0km, Catalonia (Spain) @ L´escala, Gerona (Costa Brava). SPAIN
Sep 21 all-day

Swim The Costa Brava aims at becoming the meeting point for all the open water swimmers at national as well as international level.

We understand that certain trends have changed and so have the concerns of thousands of followers and sportsmen enthusiasts of open water swimming. The first stage (Swim the Costa Brava) within the European Open Water Swimming Championship is born precisely out of the desire to address these changes and to honour this sports disicpline.

swim the costa brava evento

Why L’Escala, the Costa Brava?

It is undeniable that the choice of location is always linked to the quality of both water and its beaches and on this occassion we have also followed these criteria. However, our choice of location pretends to go beyond the charm of L’Escala’s winding coastline and relies on dynamization of cultural and touristic activities paired with the organization of sporting events. With these ideas in mind, we bet for a weekend where every person, either an adult or a child, can find his or her own place.

Why Cala Montgó, the Costa Brava?

Cala Montgó hides in a tiny rocky bay with crystalline turquoise waters surrounded by pines and cliffs. Our search for a beach protected from the Tramontana wind so frequent in the Empordá has lead us to this spot of exceptional beauty.

As the event organizers we support sustainable and family tourism; hence, the importance of the choice of the event’s location. Cala Montgó features family beaches paired with a wide range of accommodation and catering offers tailored to all ages and clients. Comfortable for pedestrian transit, it is, without any doubt, an ideal place.

 The day before the race and after the briefing a live music concert will be organized right on the beach front and this will be followed by a special surprise related to a SPA treatment!

Accommodation and transfer options are available for international swimmers.

www.swimthecostabrava.com

 

Dec
3
Sun
2017
Extreme North Dakota Watersports Endurance Test (END-WET) @ Grand Forks, ND
Dec 3 @ 12:00 am – 12:00 am

Next test date: July 13, 2013

The second longest swim race in the country, but based on finishing times, this might be the hardest.  Challenge the Red River of the North as it winds its way between North Dakota and Minnesota and swim the 27 mile course from Grand Forks to Oslo.  Swimmers can compete solo or as members of a relay team.  The entry fee for solo swimmers is only $250 and includes a support kayaker - making it not only one of the toughest and longest events available, but also one of the most affordable.  12 swimmers tested themselves in the inaugural offering in 2012, including Oceans Seven swimmer Darren Miller and Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year nominee, Daniel Projansky (who swam the entire distance butterfly!)

2013 race will be capped at 30 solo swimmers and 10 relay teams!  Registration opens on the first of the year at endracing.com.

Sep
21
Fri
2018
Swim the Costa Brava 1.5km, 3.5km, 6.0km, Catalonia (Spain) @ L´escala, Gerona (Costa Brava). SPAIN
Sep 21 all-day

Swim The Costa Brava aims at becoming the meeting point for all the open water swimmers at national as well as international level.

We understand that certain trends have changed and so have the concerns of thousands of followers and sportsmen enthusiasts of open water swimming. The first stage (Swim the Costa Brava) within the European Open Water Swimming Championship is born precisely out of the desire to address these changes and to honour this sports disicpline.

swim the costa brava evento

Why L’Escala, the Costa Brava?

It is undeniable that the choice of location is always linked to the quality of both water and its beaches and on this occassion we have also followed these criteria. However, our choice of location pretends to go beyond the charm of L’Escala’s winding coastline and relies on dynamization of cultural and touristic activities paired with the organization of sporting events. With these ideas in mind, we bet for a weekend where every person, either an adult or a child, can find his or her own place.

Why Cala Montgó, the Costa Brava?

Cala Montgó hides in a tiny rocky bay with crystalline turquoise waters surrounded by pines and cliffs. Our search for a beach protected from the Tramontana wind so frequent in the Empordá has lead us to this spot of exceptional beauty.

As the event organizers we support sustainable and family tourism; hence, the importance of the choice of the event’s location. Cala Montgó features family beaches paired with a wide range of accommodation and catering offers tailored to all ages and clients. Comfortable for pedestrian transit, it is, without any doubt, an ideal place.

 The day before the race and after the briefing a live music concert will be organized right on the beach front and this will be followed by a special surprise related to a SPA treatment!

Accommodation and transfer options are available for international swimmers.

www.swimthecostabrava.com

 

Dec
3
Mon
2018
Extreme North Dakota Watersports Endurance Test (END-WET) @ Grand Forks, ND
Dec 3 @ 12:00 am – 12:00 am

Next test date: July 13, 2013

The second longest swim race in the country, but based on finishing times, this might be the hardest.  Challenge the Red River of the North as it winds its way between North Dakota and Minnesota and swim the 27 mile course from Grand Forks to Oslo.  Swimmers can compete solo or as members of a relay team.  The entry fee for solo swimmers is only $250 and includes a support kayaker - making it not only one of the toughest and longest events available, but also one of the most affordable.  12 swimmers tested themselves in the inaugural offering in 2012, including Oceans Seven swimmer Darren Miller and Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year nominee, Daniel Projansky (who swam the entire distance butterfly!)

2013 race will be capped at 30 solo swimmers and 10 relay teams!  Registration opens on the first of the year at endracing.com.

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